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Aerial View of Henry Booth & Sons Ltd, Moorhead Mills (Gildersome) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial image taken from west side looking east over the factory of Henry Booth & Sons Ltd, known as Moorhead Mills. Also in view are Gildersome Lane and part of the Moorland Housing Estate.
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Aerial View of Henry Booth & Sons Ltd, Moorhead Mills (Morley)
Black & White imageUndated, Taken from north west looking south west towards Moorland Housing Estate. Image shows the woollen textile factory, part of Gildersome Lane and part of Moorland Housing Estate.
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Aerial View of Thomas Holdsworth and Sons (Drighlington)
Black & White imageUndated, View of Thomas Holdsworth & Sons Ltd hill top factory in the foreground taken from the west looking east towards Adwalton Moor. The works in the background are Barrons Textile Mill on the right of which is visible the reservoir. On the left of the picture is visible the entrance to Whitehall Grove off Hodgson Lane. Also see the path of the old railway track of the Bradford-Wakefield line.
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Albert Mills, fire of 1961 (Morley) (1 comment)
Colour image18th august 1961. In this image the fire brigade are working hard to put out the fire which raged through the Albert Mill on 18th august 1961. The view looks down Wellington Street to Queen Street and shows the fire engine and part of the Town Hall at the right edge. The fire was so fierce that the dome of the Town Hall caught alight and was destroyed. It was rebuilt in 1962. What remained of the Albert Mill was demolished in 1961 and 1962. The construction of Morrisons Supermarket began on the site in 1972. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Back Ashfield Road, J T Barker & Sons Ltd (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image22nd June 1964 The houses seen in the background left are situated in Back Ashfield Road behind these numbered lock-up garages. The garages are in a fenced yard adjacent to the premises of John Thoms Barker & Sons Ltd, Brass Founders & Finishers. In the background is the firm of Herbert Alexander & Co Ltd established for many years at the Hercules Engineering Works as brick and tile machine makers.
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