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Search Aspect ( Tong Road Mill )
Location - Leeds & District

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Maude Terrace, from Ayrton Street (Wortley)
Black & White image31st December 1965. Looking along Maude Terrace from Ayrton Street, off Tong Road. Houses numbered 1 to 7 are on the left and 2 to 8 on the right. These form back-to-backs with Ebenezer Place (left) and Edith Terrace (right). In the background is Tong Road Mill (confectionery).
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Tong Road Mills (Wortley)
Black & White image14th May 1965. Part of the Tong Road Mills industrial complex. The building in view is the premises of Coulson's Leeds Ltd, wool merchants and processors. This was the offices of the business. Bales of wool can be seen at the front of the building.
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Tong Road Mills (Wortley)
Black & White image14th May 1965. View of a yard belonging to James Lupton and Son's Ltd, wholesale cabinet makers within the Tong Road Mills industrial complex. The one-storey building to the left is an outside toilet block. The building in the centre is a blind back house on Florence Road, number 17.
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Tong Road Mills (Wortley)
Black & White image14th May 1965. View shows the premises of James Lupton and Son's Ltd, wholesale cabinet makers, part of the Tong Road Mills industrial complex. The Tong Road Mills had originally been woolen mills but were later divided up into smaller business premises. At the time of this photo, the complex housed four businesses.
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Tong Road Mills (Wortley)
Black & White image14th May 1965. In the background of this view Florence Terrace can be seen. Moving forward, the wall in view forms the boundary of the Tong Road Mills industrial complex. There is a small garage, housing motorbikes, against the wall. The wood in the foreground is for the use of James Lupton and Son's Ltd, wholesale cabinet makers.
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