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Search Aspect (Union Crane Works )
Location - Leeds & District

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Kirkham Street, looking towards Town Street (Rodley)
Colour image18th March 1998. View of Kirkham Street looking down towards Town Street, where Booth's Union Crane Works is seen across the road. On the left are houses numbered 26 to 16 Kirkham Street while on the right are numbers 21 to 1.
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Kirkham Street, looking towards Town Street (Rodley)
Colour image6th August 1999. View showing Kirkham Street looking down towards Town Street, where the Union Crane Works can be seen in the process of demolition. This was the former premises of Joseph Booth & Brothers Ltd., a business which began back in 1847. On the left are houses numbered 26 to 16 Kirkham Street and on the right numbers 23 to 1. Cars are parked on the road.
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Kirkham Street, looking towards Town Street (Rodley)
Colour image6th August 1999. View of Kirkham Street looking towards Town Street and showing the Union Crane Works in the process of demolition. Houses numbered 22 to 16 Kirkham Street can be seen on the left while on the right are numbers 25 to 1. Cars are parked on the road.
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Kirkham Street, looking towards Town Street (Rodley)
Colour image14th August 1999. View of Kirkham Street looking towards Town Street where the Union Crane Works, the former premises of Joseph Booth & Brothers Ltd. and later Clyde Booth Ltd. then Wellman Booth Ltd., are in the process of demolition.
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Leeds & Liverpool Canal, apartments (Rodley) (1 comment)
Colour imageSpring 2004. View of newly built apartments on the site of the old Union Crane Works in Rodley. The brick built homes have dutch style decorative gables and are reflected in the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. The view looks towards Rodley.
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