|||Batty's Wood, looking towards Sugar Well Hill (Meanwood)
View of Batty's Wood looking through trees towards Sugar Well Hill.
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|||Meanwood Beck, footbridge to the rear of Switchgear (Meanwood) (4 comments)
|7th March 1940.
This footbridge was part of a path which led from Meanwood Road up on to Woodhouse Ridge and Batty's Wood. The Yorkshire Switchgear and Engineering Co Ltd was on a site which fronted on to Meanwood Road, the bridge was to the rear of the factory and was known locally as the Switchgear bridge.
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|||Woodland Dyeworks (Meanwood)
Image shows two children in Edwardian dress standing on the path beside the mill pond belonging to Woodland Dyeworks in Wood Lane. The smoking chimney and buildings of the dye and bleachworks are visible in the background. At this time it was operated by Edward Crowther. Meanwood Beck follows the line of the mill pond at this point and would be just off camera, left. In the background, Batty's Wood and the end of Woodhouse Ridge can be seen.
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