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Search Aspect (Waterside Court )
Location - Leeds & District

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Lastingham Road, looking towards Town Street (Rodley)
Colour image2nd April 2001. View looking down Lastingham Road towards Town Street, where part of the new development of Waterside Court can be seen on the site of the former Union Crane Works. In the centre of the photo are the offices of Wellman Booth Ltd., who owned the Union Crane Works, the business of which has now been transferred to Yeadon. Cars can be seen parked on Lastingham Road.
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Lastingham Road, looking towards Town Street (Rodley)
Colour image2nd April 2001. Looking down Lastingham road towards Town Street, seen on the left, where part of the new development of Waterside Court is visible. This was built on the site of the Union Crane Works, owned by Joseph Booth & Brothers Ltd. and later Wellman Booth Ltd., who also occupied the offices still standing in the centre of the photograph. Cars can be seen parked on Lastingham Road.
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Leeds and Liverpool Canal, Waterside Court, under construction (Rodley)
Colour image14th February 2001. View of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal showing the apartments of Waterside Court under construction. The apartments were built on the site of the former Booth's Union Crane Works between the canal and Rodley Town Street. The view looks south-east towards Moss Bridge.
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Waterside Court, under construction (Rodley)
Colour image14th February 2001. View of the construction of the apartments of Waterside Court, seen from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. The site, between the canal and Rodley Town Street, was previously occupied by Booth's Union Crane Works, which were demolished in 1999.
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