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Search Aspect ( chimney )
Location - Leeds & District

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Albion Street (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image14th September 1927 Number 105, premises of the Patent Chimney Pot company. Poster on wall advertises 'Champion Pot Cures Smoky Chimneys'. A quantity of chimneys are stored in front of the building. Building also shared by 'The Northern Engineering Supply Company' and 'Antiguq Reproductions'.
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Armley Mills, main building and chimney (Armley)
Black & White imagec.1969. View of main mill building at Armley Mills with the mill chimney in the foreground.This photograph was taken in the year Bentley and Tempest closed the mills as manufacturing mills and sold them to Leeds City Council.
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Armley Mills, mill chimney (Armley)
Black & White imagec.1969. View of mill buildings and chimney at Armley Mills. The chimney at this time is at full height as the photograph is probably taken just after the closure of the mill by Bentley and Tempest. Next to the chimney base is a covering for the flue entry. A fire escape can be seen on the east wall of the mill.
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Ashworth Street (Woodhouse) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Ashworth Street which ran from St. Marks Road, down across Holborn Street and ended at the back gardens of houses which fronted Institution Street. The back of the Methodist Church is visible in the distance, which fronted Woodhouse Street. Further into the distance Quarry Mount School can be seen, the building with the clock tower. To the right of the tower, on the skyline is the top thirty or forty feet of the Leeds Corporation refuse destructor chimney. It is located on Meanwood Road in Meanwood Valley and believed to be the tallest chimney for many miles at approximately 240 feet (73 metres).
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Aston Street (Bramley) (4 comments)
Black & White image6th February 1953. This view looking north west along the north east side of Aston Street shows two rows of brick terrace houses. They have slate roofs and ornate chimney pots. The roads are unmettled and un-graded.
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