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Search Aspect ( Rawdon Park )
Location - Leeds & District

Green Lane, Dyeworks (Yeadon)
Colour image20th March 2007. View of Green Lane showing Naylor Jennnings' Dyeworks in the centre, with the skyline dominated by the tall chimneys. Formerly the site of Green Lane Mill, built in 1868 by Thomas Pratt but destroyed by fire in 1906, it was rebuilt as a dyeworks in 1907. On the left is the new office building of Rawdon Park, advertising office space to let.
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Green Lane, Rawdon Park and Dyeworks (Yeadon) (2 comments)
Colour image20th March 2007. View of Green Lane showing on the left the new offices of Rawdon Park, advertised as a 'high quality office building to let'. Further along is Green Lane Dyeworks, the premises of Naylor Jennnings, dyers and finishers, as well as Premier Driveways among others. The site was formerly Green Lane Mil and dates back to 1868. Two tall chimneys dominate the skyline.
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