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Search Aspect (Rodley Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Leeds & Liverpool Canal, Ross Mill Swing Bridge and Rossett Business Park (Rodley) (1 comment)
Colour imageSpring 2004. Image shows the Leeds & Liverpool Canal spanned by the Ross Mill Swing Bridge. The stone built Ross Mill stands in the background and was a woollen manufacturers, for many years William Pearson & Co. (Leeds) Ltd. operated the mill. Now it is divided into separate units housing a variety of individual businesses known collectively as Rossett Business Park. The address is Rodley Lane.
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Leeds & Liverpool canal, two young men fishing near Pearson's mill (Rodley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1949. Image shows two young men in painting overalls fishing in the Leeds & Liverpool Canal near William Pearson & Co, Ross Mills in Rodley Lane, a manufacturer of woollens. The painters were employees of Marsh, Jones & Cribb of 101 Beeston Road and were probably taking a lunch break. The gantry is for the pipe carrying the steam from the boiler house to the mill.
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Leeds and Bradford Road, general view (Bramley)
Black & White image20th December 1948. View looking north east along Leeds and Bradford Road at corner with Rodley Lane. Rock Lane in background. Old gas streetlight on corner.
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Leeds and Bradford Road, general view (Bramley)
Black & White image20th December 1948. View looking north east along Leeds and Bradford Road at corner with Rodley Lane. Rock Lane in background. Old gas streetlight on corner. Alterations painted on show proposed wider corner, reduction of wall and an added gate
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Rodley Lane (Rodley) (1 comment)
Black & White image10th October 1898. View of stone built, two storey cottages on Bagley Lane. The photograph was taken as part of an assessment of the area prior to the work on sewers which was about to commence. Although there is no number discernible on the door of property on the right it is thought to be number 11 Bagley Lane. The windows to the left and the door in the gable end belonged to number 1 Mary Street, the unmade road on the left. Numbers 2, 3, 4 and 5 Mary Street would have been in line with the stone flags on the left hand side. Part of number 13 Bagley Lane can be seen at the left edge. The rear of the properties in Bagley Lane looked towards Bagley Beck. Washing is strung across Mary Street including a sheet and two men's white shirts.
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