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Results Found (59), Result Page (1 of 12)
Search Aspect (Hol Beck )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Bridge, Water Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image2nd February 1955. Picture shows the footbridge over Hol Beck on Water Lane. Brickwalls are visible either side. The bridge is an iron structure with wire mesh.
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[2]
Bridge, Water Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image25th August 1948. Picture shows one of the bridges over the Hol Beck on Water Lane. The premises of 'Arthur Sharman, Scrap Metal Merchants', is visible on the bridge with piles of metal and wooden planks. Tyres can be seen in the beck. The bridge was constructed in 1849 and has been marked on the side.
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[3]
Cross Oswald Street (Holbeck)
Black & White image8th October 1908. Construction of retaining wall for watercourse, which is Low Beck (Mill Green Goit) Lower stretch of the Hol Beck, which is a tributary of the River Aire, Water Lane was constructed to follow the line of the beck from its confluence with the river by the canal basin at Victoria Bridge.
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[4]
Cross Oswald Street (Holbeck)
Black & White image8th October 1908. Image shows the construction of the retaining wall for the watercourse, which is now a beck (Mill Green Goit), the lower stretch of Hol Beck. On the left workmen can be seen with tools. The Hol Beck is a tributary of the River Aire, the confluence of water is at the canal basin, Victoria Bridge. Water Lane was built alongside the line of the beck.
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[5]
Globe Road Bridge (Holbeck) (1 comment)
Black & White image5th March 1906 Iron bridge spanning Globe Road, with Hol Beck flowing under it.
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