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Results Found (47), Result Page (1 of 10)
Search Aspect ( construction work )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Bridge, Wortley Beck (Wortley)
Black & White image7th November 1946. Picture shows the collapsed wall onto Whitehall Road Bridge over Wortley Beck. Wooden framework is visible and one of the pipes has been exposed. The beck can be seen on the right. Ladder and wooden planks to the left.
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[2]
Bridge, Wyke Beck (Osmondthorpe) (1 comment)
Black & White image19th December 1955. Picture shows the bridge under construction over Wyke Beck. The concrete sides have been put in place and the floor has been layed. Wooden panals are visible and a man can be seen with a wheelbarrow. An industrial cement mixer is visible to the right. Wasteground surrounds the bridge. Houses are visible in the background.
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[3]
Bridges Wortley Beck, Whitehall Road (Wortley)
Black & White image7th November 1946. Picture shows the collapsed wall onto Whitehall Road Bridge which is over Wortley Beck. A workman can be seen looking down into the beck. A pipe has been exposed. Wooden framework is visible.
[internal reference; 7443:CLIW Wortley 86]
[4]
British Restaurant, construction (Holbeck) (8 comments)
Black & White image28th November 1942. View shows a British Restaurant, a cheap public eating place during World War II, under construction on Whitehall Road. Wooden posts, concrete slabs and a pile of stones are visible. Wm. Blackburn and Co. Ltd. clothiers can be seen in the background on Springwell Road.
[internal reference; 7061:CLIN Brit 20]
[5]
British Restaurant, construction (Holbeck) (4 comments)
Black & White image21st November 1942. View shows the construction of a British Restaurant, a cheap public eating place during World War II, on Whitehall Road. Wooden posts, concrete slabs and a ladder are visible. S. Batt & Co. Ltd. petrol station, Petty & Sons Ltd. printers and an advertisment urging to save coal can be seen.
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