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Results Found (69), Result Page (1 of 14)
Search Aspect ( fish )
Location - Leeds & District

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Amberton Approach, shops. (Gipton) (10 comments)
Black & White image14th October 1937. Parade of shops on Amberton Approach, Oakwood Lane. From left to right are Jarrett Bros, P. Bennett, confectioner, Almonds fish and fruit, Mittons Newsagent.
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Armley Road Fisheries, Armley Road, Lucknow Street (Wortley) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, This early 1950s image shows Bushire Street on the left with the Armley Road Fisheries (closed). A one storey building run by Mrs Jane Webster, resident of no 2 Bushfire Street. A poster advertising the Theatre Royal states: 'Harry Hanson presents the court players in trial and error by Kenneth Horne, week commencing September 6th, showing twice nightly at 6.00 and 8.15 pm. On the first floor of no 1 Lucknow Street is an advertising hoarding promoting Hovis Bread. The view of nos. 1 - 13 Lucknow Street show identical houses with washing hung on lines extending from exterior walls.
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Avenue Wood (Temple Newsam)
Black & White image14th August 1951. The Avenue, crossing Avenue fish ponds. In main view is a stone wall with culvert and sluice gate. Trees in background.
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Avenue Wood (Temple Newsam)
Black & White image14th August 1951. Avenue fish ponds in Avenue Wood. A stone bridge or dam with circular culvert in the centre across it.
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Blackburn Aircraft Company, Fairey Swordfish (Unknown)
Black & White imageUndated, This was one of the Blackburn Aircraft companys most famous planes, nick-named the 'string-bag'. It was a bi-plane constructed of fabric covered metal, a 3 man torpedo bomber serving as a general purpose aircraft for the Royal Navy. The wings folded for storage on aircraft carriers, offensive power consisted of mines, bombs, depth charges and torpedoes. A disadvantage was its slowness in avoiding anti-aircraft fire. Almost 1700 were built by Blackburn. In 1943 Marks II - IV had an enclosed cabin for deployment in Canada. Production, which had begun in April 1934, ceased in 1944. Four aircraft remain which are air-worthy, 2 in Britain and 2 in Canada. The number on the aircraft in view is H8158.
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