|||Albion Brewery Yard (City Centre) (2 comments)
|28th October 1937.
Situated at the junction of Woodhouse Lane and Merrion Street, former Albion Brewery premises.
On the left property used by H. Nendrick, Decorator.
Some residential property is also visible.
Albion Brewery had opened in 1897 and closed in 1933, the buildings were demolished in 1939 and the site is now part of the Merrion Centre.
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|||Atkinson Street, old brewery building with chimney (Holbeck)
|29th April 1931.
View of the rear of an old brewery building with chimney, seen from Atkinson Street.
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|||Bill, Oulton Brewery (Oulton) (3 comments)
|11th July 1869.
Bill from Bentley's Oulton Brewery, 'Ale, Porter & East India Pale Ale Brewers',to Thomas Horn of Thwaite Mills.
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|||Bramley Hill (Kirkstall) (2 comments)
|3 November 1930
View of Bramley hill looking towards Bramley and showing existing Canal Bridge, Kirkstall brewery can be seen on right.
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|||Brewery Place, Brewery Wharf (City Centre)
View of the south facing Brewery Place designed as a mixed use scheme incorporating leisure and business. The buildings sweep around in an arc converted from the former Tetley Museum and are constructed on two storeys. Office workers and residents of the nearby apartments are to be provided with cafes, bars and an external seating area at ground floor level. The development is constructed in glass and lightweight steel and at the other side there are spectacular views of the River Aire and The Calls. Photograph courtesy of The Rushbond Group PLC.
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