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Search Aspect ( Millshaw )
Location - Leeds & District

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Back Green, looking north-east (Churwell)
Colour imageJuly 1968. View of Back Green looking north-east. W.L. Ingle Ltd. - Millshaw Leather Works is visible in the distance. On the left was the village institute under the supervision of Back Green Methodist Chapel. It was equipped for the playing of snooker and billiards. The site later became a builder's yard. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Beeston Near Royds, bridge over Millshaw Beck (Beeston)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the wooden footbridge over Millshaw Beck at Beeston Near Royds.
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Bridge over Millshaw Beck, between Elland Road and Dewsbury Road (Beeston)
Black & White image25th March 1929. Millshaw Beck, with newly built brick bridge. This was for the Ring Road between Elland Road and Dewsbury Road. To the right are three small boys.
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Cottingley Gardens, view from the rear of number 15 (Cottingley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image taken in the rear garden of a prefabricated house, addressed as number 15 Cottingley Gardens. The view looks down from Cottingley Walk towards Cottingley Crescent which veers left and right. Millshaw Leather Works, the firm of W.L. Ingle Ltd. can be seen to the right. Beeston is on the far left and Middleton is to the far right.
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Culvert for Millshaw Beck (Beeston)
Black & White image8th December 1928. Close up view of culvert for Millshaw Beck under construction. It is a trench made of stone blocks part of which is supported by timber planks.
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