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Search Aspect ( Uionion Crane Works )
Location - Leeds & District

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Leeds and Liverpool Canal, Union Crane Works, demolition (Rodley)
Colour image4th July 1999. View showing the Union Crane Works by the side of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, with the process of demolition well underway, though the tall chimney is still intact. This site is now occupied by the apartments of Waterside Court.
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Town Street, junction with Lastingham Road (Rodley)
Colour image2nd April 2001. View of Rodley Town Street showing the junction with Lastingham Road on the right. Behind the building on the corner are the offices of Wellman Booth Ltd., formerley Joseph Booth & Brothers Ltd., the owners of the recently demolished Union Crane Works across the road.
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Union Crane Works, following demolition (Rodley)
Colour image21st January 2000. View of the site of the former Booth's Union Crane Works following demolition. The site lies between Town street, on the left, and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, to the right. Streets leading off Town Street are Lastingham Road, Cowley Road, Nunthorpe Road, Eggleston street, Kirkham Street and Wesley Terrace.
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Union Crane Works, following demolition (Rodley)
Colour image21st January 2000. View showing the former site of the Union Crane Works, originally the business of Joseph Booth & Brothers Ltd., following demolition. The view looks from the side of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal towards Town Street, where Lastingham Road, Cowley Road, Nunthorpe Road, Eggleston Street, Kirkham Street and Wesley Terrace can be seen leading off.
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