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Location - Leeds & District

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Back Wellington Street, Fire Engine (Morley) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1921. In 1921 Morley Corporation which had taken charge of Morley Fire Brigade early in the century decided to invest in two new fire engines to replace the machines that had been so hard worked during the First World War. The most expensive of the two was the Leyland machine shown here outside the Fire Station in Back Wellington Street behind Morley Town Hall. It cost about £1600 and with its powerful engine could attain a good speed; the driver, Willie Whiteley, earned a reputation for this. However, the solid tyres made it rough going. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Back Wellington Street, Fire Engine (Morley)
Black & White imagec1921. One of two new fire engines bought in 1921 by the Morley Corporation Fire Brigade was this Dennis fire engine, photographed outside the fire station, behind the Town Hall, from Albion Street. The machine was not as powerful as the other new machine, the Leyland, for pumping water but was equipped with an effective escape ladder, found to be very necessary for rescuing mill workers from the third and fourth storeys of blazing buildings. Several of the Morley Town Councillors are seated on the back of this engine and the gentleman at the steering wheel in fire servive uniform is the Mayor Of Morley, Ald. H. H. Watson. who occupied that position from November 1919 to November 1922. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bondgate, fire station (Otley)
Black & White imagec Nov-Dec 1976. View of the south side of Bondgate showing Otley Fire Station in the centre. The fire station has been in this location since 1956 and is still there today (2013) though it is currently under threat of closure. To the left of it is the bus depot which has already closed and the front extension been demolished; the larger building at the rear is now Kwik-Fit auto repairs.
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Bondgate, looking west (Otley)
Black & White imagec Nov-Dec 1976. View looking west along Bondgate showing the junction with Crossgate on the right. The West Yorkshire bus depot and the fire station are on the left. Further along on this side is an office block known as Bondgate House, at the time occupied by the Department of Health and Social Security, then in the background All Saints Parish Church on Kirkgate can be seen.
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Bradford Road, fire station (Pudsey)
Colour image3rd November 2002. View shows Pudsey fire station on Bradford Road, taken shortly before it was due to close on 10th February 2003, to be replaced by a new fire station at Stanningley. This station has since been demolished and replaced by a new housing development, Station Square.
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