|||Bridge, Wyke Beck, Halton Moor Road (Halton) (4 comments)
|28th September 1955.Picture shows the bridge over Wyke Beck on Halton Moor Road. Skelton Grange power station can be seen in the background. The beck has a few bricks in it and a small amount of debris. Grass and fields can be seen.
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|||Councillors Visit Thornhill Power Station, Dewsbury (Dewsbury)
|22nd June 1938.
Formal meal for Rothwell Councillors Visiting Thornhill Power Station.
1,Cllr. A. Roberts
2,Cllr. A.R. Cocayne
3,Mr. F. Butterick (Rent Collector)
4,Mr. F. Hartley (Architect)
5,Cllr. C.W. Wilson
6,Cllr. G.P. Hollings
7,Cllr. A. Newton
8,Cllr. R. Hartley(Chairman of the Council)
9,Mr. E.F. Moorhouse (Clerk of the Council)
10,Cllr. Mrs. I.E. Slater.
11,Cllr. H. Jackson
12,Cllr. E. Holroyd
13,Cllr. W. Hoult
14,Mr. T. Wilson (Sanitary Inspector)
15,Cllr. B. Armitage
16,Cllr. W.H. Phillips
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|||Crown Point Bridge (City Centre)
|11th October 1950. Showing ornate cast iron work. Lamp standard on right parapet. Tower of St.Peters Church on left. Gable end with circular windows. Crown Point Power Station. Bridge was built 1842, listed building.
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|||Gott's Park, Kirkstall Power Station (Armley)
View from the golf course in Gott's Park looking across the canal to Kirkstall Power Station. Redcote Bridge can be seen bottom left.
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|||Kirkstall Power Station (Kirkstall)
View of Kirkstall power station which opened in 1930 and produced power until 1976. It was demolished in the mid 1980s.
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