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Search Aspect ( Montague Burton )
Location - Leeds & District

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Hudson Mills, aerial view (Burmantofts) (14 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of the Hudson Mills factory of Montague Burton Ltd., clothiers, at one time believed to be the largest clothing factory in the world. Roads surrounding it are on the top left Hudson Road, top right Trent Road, bottom right Upper Westlock Avenue and bottom left Burton Way. Towards the bottom is Stoney Rock Lane, mostly obscured by trees in Beckett Street Cemetery. Streets on the bottom right are Westlock Avenue, Westlock Grove, Westlock Terrace, Westlock Crescent and Fraser Road on the top left are the Comptons, Sutherlands and Brown Hills and top right Torre Mount, Grove and Drive.
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Montague Burton Ltd., visit of HM Queen Elizabeth II (Burmantofts)
Black & White image17th October 1958. View shows HM Queen Elizabeth II during a visit to the factory of Montague Burton Ltd. on Hudson Road. She is walking alongside Mr Lionel Jacobson, chairman of the company, while workers applaud her on both sides with Union Jacks unfurled above. The Queen, along with the Duke of Edinburgh, was making a two-day visit to Leeds on the occasion of the centenary of Leeds Triennial Musical Festival.
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Montague Burton Ltd., visit of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh (Burmantofts)
Black & White image17th October 1958. Image shows HRH The Duke of Edinburgh meeting workers during a visit to the factory of Montague Burton Ltd. on Hudson Road. Prince Philip was accompanying HM Queen Elizabeth II on a two-day royal visit to Leeds in which they attended celebrations for the centenary of the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival.
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Montague Burton Ltd., visit of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh (Burmantofts)
Black & White image17th October 1958. In this image HRH The Duke of Edinburgh is being escorted by Mr Lionel Jacobson, chairman of the company, and his brother Mr Sydney Jacobson, through the factory of Montague Burton Ltd. on Hudson Road, surrounded on both sides by crowds of mostly female workers. The Duke was accompanying HM Queen Elizabeth II on a two-day visit to Leeds during which they attended centenary events of the Leeds Triennial Musical Festival alongside other engagements.
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Queen Street, Morley (Morley)
Black & White imageMay 1938. View of Queen Street, looking north. On the right can be seen Morley Picture House, showing "Keep Fit" starring George Formby, followed by the premises of Samuel S Clegg, pawnbroker, and the then recently built shop of Montague Burton outfitters. On the left are, the Methodist Sunday School Building, Boots the Chemist, also recently built, and the top of Morley Town Hall. Smoke from a mill chimney, probably Prospect Mill, can be seen in the centre.
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