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Search Aspect (Netherfield Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Abraham Moon & Sons Ltd., works canteen in Netherfield Road (Guiseley) (1 comment)
Colour image2006. View of the old, single storey works canteen located on the east side of Netherfield Road. It belonged to the woollen mill of Abraham Moon & Sons Ltd., located on the west side of Netherfield Road. The firm was first established in 1837 and a three storey mill was erected in Netherfield Road in 1868. It was destroyed by fire in 1902 and replaced by a single storey building. The works canteen, seen here, was demolished recently to make way for Branwell Park, a new housing development by Redrow Homes. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Carter & Parker Ltd. 'Wendy Wools', Netherfield Road (Guiseley)
Colour image2004. View of Carter & Parker Ltd. taken from Netherfield Road. Carter & Parker's is renowned for its production of the brand 'Wendy Wools', knitting yarns. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Crompton Parkinson Factory, Netherfield Road (Guiseley)
Colour image2004. Image shows the Crompton Parkinson factory in Netherfield Road, not long before it was demolished. It was built here in the 1930s and manufactured lamps and electric motors. Crompton & co. was founded by Rookes Evelyn Bell Crompton (1845-1940) in 1878 and he was at the forefront of the development of electric lighting and electrical systems. In the 1920s the company merged with rival F. Parkinson Ltd. to form Crompton Parkinson. Frank Parkinson was Guiseley born (1887-1946) and was educated at Leeds University. He continued to run Crompton Parkinson's after Crompton retired. Frank Parkinson died in 1946 but during his life-time, and as a result of the trust funds set up after his death, many people and institutions have benefited. The Crompton Parkinson factory closed in 2002 and a new housing estate has been built on the site. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Crompton Parkinson site, removal of the landmark clock (Guiseley)
Colour image2006. Image shows a crane removing the 1920s clock in its copper casing from its original site of the Crompton Parkinson factory, electrical manufacturers since 1927. The rest of the site was demolished in 2006 but the clock was saved and restored by the original manufacturer, Smith of Derby. It was eventually unveiled in its new position on 23rd March 2010, on the new public car park, near to the railway line on the opposite side of Netherfield Road to where the factory had stood. The Crompton Parkinson site is now occupied by Edison Fields, an estate of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes.
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Hornbeam Court under construction (Guiseley)
Colour image2007. View of the construction site of Hornbeam Court, a development of 39 one and two bedroomed flats by McCarthy and Stone, a company specialising in the building of retirement homes. It occupies the site of the former Oxford Road Garage at the junction of Oxford Road with Netherfield Road. At the left edge is number 2 Netherfield Road, a stone-built semi-detached house, and in the background properties in Oxford Avenue can be seen. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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