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East Street, junction with Low Fold (Cross Green) (2 comments)
27th October 1978. Looking east along East Street, showing the junction with Low Fold on the right. Beyond this is an advertising hoarding for Midland Bank. J. Boyd & Son Clothiers is on the left of the picture and Spen Tyres is in the background.
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East Street, Low Fold (City Centre)
28th September 1915.Derelict premises of Wilcox and Pratt, chair manufacturers, situated off East Street on Low Fold. A tall chimney stack bearing the name Wilcox and Pratt is on the left. There is a wooden fence running the length of the building and waste ground in the forefront.
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Leeds City Chemicals Ltd. (Cross Green) (2 comments)
23rd January 1950. Shows office of Leeds City Chemicals Ltd. by River Aire
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Leeds City Chemicals Ltd., pumping machinery (Cross Green)
23rd January 1950. Shows pumping machinery at Low Fold Mills, East Street.
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Low Fold (Armley) (3 comments)
15th July 1936. nmade road with stone walls along side. Path to left leads up to more houses. Gas lamp attached to wall of house on right. Two small children in view.
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