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Results Found (33), Result Page (1 of 7)
Search Aspect ( barge )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bridge End, River Aire (City Centre)
Black & White image12th November 1945. The skeleton of a barge on the River Aire near Bridge End. An industrial barge is being manoeuvred past, using a barge pole.
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Canal Basin, Dark Arches (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999. View of the docks and Dark Arches with the Privilege Insurance company on the right and Hilton International Hotel also visible. An old barge can be seen on the canal dock.
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Canal Street and Town Street (Rodley)
Black & White image1920-21. Image shows the junction of Canal Street and Town Street in Rodley, at the tram terminus and looking south-east. In the centre, at number 180 Town Street, is the premises of Miss Emily Turner, fruiterer, and to the left is the Three Horseshoes Inn, which is now named the Rodley Barge. The name of the licencee, John William Mathers, can be seen above the door, and this dates the photo to 1920-21. On the right, at the Terminus, is tramcar number 159, on route the Leeds Corn Exchange.
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Dock Street, British Waterways Basin (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image22nd September 1950. View of British Waterways basin at Dock Street showing barges tied up to wet dock under a large building. On the dockside is a loaded lorry, barrels and packing cases. There is a crane with a chain on each side of the dock.
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Dry Dock, Woodhouse Lane (City Centre)
Colour image24th September 1999 View of the Dry Dock Public House, the old gravel barge Lambda was taken to the Woodhouse Lane site in December 1993 and refurbished in 2000.
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