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Search Aspect (Kirkstall tram Works )
Location - Leeds & District

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Interior view of tram works (Kirkstall)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of the tram works, believed to be Kirkstall Tram Works in Kirkstall Road, although no location is given.
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Kirkstall Road Tram Works, car number 184 (Burley)
Black & White imageJuly 1914. Image taken at Kirkstall Road Tram Works on the south-west side of Kirksall Road, showing car number 184. It was part of an experiment to fit a front entrance and vestibule. The car was part of a series of 100 Dick Kerr canopied, open top double deckers with reversed stairs, built in 1901. They numbered from 183 to 282. Number 184 was withdrawn in 1915 but remained in stock until 1920.
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Kirkstall Tram Works, double decker tram car, no.310 (Kirkstall)
Black & White imagec1915. View of a double decker tram car, number 310, at Kirkstall Tram Works in Kirkstall Road. This was one of a series of 47, numbering from 293 to 339 built between 1913 and 1915 and designed by John Baillie Hamilton who at that time was General Manager and Engineer of Leeds Tramways with offices in City Square.
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