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Location - Leeds & District

Bank Avenue, Ideal Laundry (Morley)
Colour imageFebruary 1966. The building on the right-hand side here, in a yard near the Victoria Road end of Bank Avenue, is the Ideal Laundry. It looks as if some bales of rags were being brought to the laundry for washing. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Barnbow No. 1 (Leeds) National Filling Factory, (Cross Gates)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the south end of the Laundry at Barnbow which was equipped with modern machinery to cater for the needs of the factory workers. It was run in conjunction with the Outfitting Department which was responsible for the issue of garments which complied with the strict regulations. Each week the workers' clothes were thoroughly cleaned, with particular care paid to the garments of those working in the dangerous Amatol sections. Used laundry from the canteen was also processed here.
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Burley Bottom, Cardigan Lane (Burley)
Black & White imageUndated, View of stables and out buildings off Burley Bottom, around 1955. This was the centre of the old Burley Village and many people kept animals. In the background is the Old Hall Laundry, belonging to the firm of Constantine and Lavender Ltd., which was situated at number 57 Cardigan Lane.
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Church Lane, no 11, Meanwood Laundry (Meanwood) (2 comments)
Black & White image9th March 1966, View shows the Meanwood Laundry Ltd situated at number 11 Church Lane. This firm had existed on the site since the early 1900s.
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Church Lane, no 11, Meanwood Laundry (Meanwood) (4 comments)
Black & White image9th March 1966, View of Meanwood Laundry at number 11 Church Lane. The entrance to the office can be seen on the left. There had been a laundry on this site since the early 1900s. The two cars in the foreground have the number plates AUG 748C and AUG 749C and may have belonged to the same firm.
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