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Search Aspect ( Moss Bridge Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Leeds & Liverpool Canal, Moss Bridge (Rodley) (2 comments)
Colour imageSpring 2004. Image shows Moss Bridge, a swing bridge over the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. It is situated adjacent to a wetland nature reserve open to visitors. The bridge leads into Moss Bridge Road, right which meets Rodley Town Street. The buildings in the background are Crane and Excavator works which was Thomas Smith & Sons (Rodley) Ltd.
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Leeds and Liverpool Canal, Moss Bridge Road, Union Crane Works (Rodley)
Colour image21st February 1998. View of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal showing Moss Bridge in the foreground and the Union Crane Works.
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Moss Bridge Road, Union Crane Works (Rodley)
Colour image21st February 1998. View of part of the premises of Union Crane Works, seen from Moss Bridge Road. The crane works, once the business of Joseph Booth & Brothers Ltd., occupied a site between Town Street and the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, but were demolished in 1999.
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Moss Bridge Road, Union Crane Works (Rodley)
Colour image21st February 1998. View from Moss Bridge Road showing part of the premises of Booth's Union Works, which occupied a site between Town Street and Leeds & Liverpool Canal.
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Moss Bridge Road, Union Crane Works (Rodley)
Colour image21st February 1998. View of Moss Bridge Road showing part of the premises of Booth's Union Crane Works. At the top of the picture, Town Street runs across from the left, with Longfield Drive leading off ahead.
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