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Results Found (8), Result Page (1 of 2)
Search Aspect (Water pump )
Location - Leeds & District

Culvert for Millshaw Beck (Beeston)
Black & White image8th December 1928. iew of construction of culvert for Millshaw Beck from Elland Road to Dewsbury Road. A trench made of stone blocks can be seen with a water pump in the foreground. In the background are industrial build ups.
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Floods - Water pumps (Castleford) (2 comments)
Black & White imageDecember 1960. Unidentified street showing rows of houses. Military Personnel help out with space heater equipment, used for drying out floorboards and carpets, following the floods of November 1960.
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Sewerage South Accommodation Road (Hunslet)
Black & White image18th March 1950. The newly installed water pump at the low level outfall sewer showing the unfinnished pipework and builders debris.
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Sewerage South Accommodation Road (Hunslet)
Black & White image18th March 1950. The low level outfall sewer showing repairs in progress and the newly installed water pump can be seen supported on brick and concrete piers. Two men at the far left are inspecting the work.
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Town End, looking south-east (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Town End looking south-east with Station Road leading up towards the left and Main Street going off to the right. Prominent in the foreground is a water pump and trough, one of seven in the village which, along with a number of wells, supplied the residents with water in the days before houses had their own running water on tap. The Miner's Arms public house is seen on the left of centre, to the right of the carts. Next to this, behind the carts, is the substantial house of the Pickering family, farmers and butchers, which was demolished around 1939 to make way for Oak Road.
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