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Results Found (11), Result Page (1 of 3)
Search Aspect (snow clearance )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Snow Clearance, Alwoodley Lane (Alwoodley)
Black & White imageAgricultural tractors on Alwoodley Lane, breaking the ice in an attempt to clear the road. This was during the severe winter of 1947. On the left the chimney of Moss Hall can be seen.
[internal reference; 2002102_33282107:Snow Clearance, No. 8 (LQ 352.62 P566)]
[2]
Snow Clearance, Back Lane (Farnley)
Black & White image1947. Snowfall had begun on 2nd February 1947, the depth and severity can be seen here. The snow ploughs have revealed the amount of snowfall, on the right.
[internal reference; 2002102_23836916:Snow Clearance, No. 5 (LQ 352.62 P566)]
[3]
Snow Clearance, Coal Road (Seacroft) (1 comment)
Black & White image1947. Image shows a snow plough at work on Coal Road after severe snow falls which had begun on 2nd February 1947. It was to prove to be one of the worst winters on record, with the heaviest snowfalls since 1814. The old windmill on Mill Green can be seen in the background.
[internal reference; 2002102_35334414:Snow Clearance, No. 4 (LQ 352.62 P566)]
[4]
Snow Clearance, Coal Road (Seacroft)
Black & White image1947. Snow ploughs are clearing snow from Coal Road, during the severe winter of 1947.
[internal reference; 2002102_61982364:Snow Clearance, No. 9 (LQ 352.62 P566)]
[5]
Snow Clearance, Cookridge Lane (Cookridge) (3 comments)
Black & White image1947. The depth of snowfall is evident in this view of Cookridge Lane after a snow plough has cleared the road. To the left the water tower can be seen.
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