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Search Aspect ( machinery )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bridge Street (City Centre)
Black & White image12th July 1909 Taken during the Hope Street improvements showing rows of houses and retail premises on either side of the road. On the right these are two-storey terraced and brick-built, One of the shops visible is covered in posters written in Hebrew. The only identifiable shop name is Morris Hyman's tailors adjacent to where the improvements are being carried out. On the left hand side of the street, the buildings are three-storey, terraced, brick-built. At the end of the street are the Hope Street works. There seems to be much activity including a steam-powered crane. There are various advertising posters.
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Farnley Hall Barn Interior (Farnley)
Black & White image30th March 1950. Interior of old barn at Farnley Hall showing timber structure. There are various items of agricultural machinery and tools. Also barrels, a ladder and a pile of wooden crates. The wooden door is to the right of the photograph.
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Farnley Hall, barn interior (Farnley)
Black & White image30th March 1950. Interior of old barn at Farnley Hall showing timber structure and corrugated iron roof. There are various items of agricultural machinery and tools.
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Forge Quarry (Hawksworth LS5)
Black & White image17th September 1923 Forge Quarry. Plant installations, with shed and huts. Road boundary is wire fence and loose stones. The road is cobbled with tramlines. A notation on this photograph states that the owners were the Misses Hall. The Quarry was being operated by A.R.Briggs and Co.
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Forge Quarry (Hawksworth LS5)
Black & White image17th September 1923 Forge Quarry, run by A.R. Briggs and Co of Horsforth, owned by the Misses Hall, off Abbey Road. The road is cobbled with tramlines, boundary is an uneven stone wall. Quarry site includes plant machinery, sheds, men and vehicles. One lorry is painted 'Cement, Granite, Graded Ballast, B & P. 55 Canal Road, Bradford'.
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