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  • Yorkshire Coalfield - Northern Mine Research Society
    Yorkshire Coalfield - Northern Mine Research Society

    Large areas of mined landscape have been cleared for housing, industrial estates and motorways since WWII. Coal has also been extensively opencasted between Leeds and Wakefield, destroying most traces of the former industry. Kellingley, the last large colliery, closed in December 2015, bringing to an end hundreds of years of deep mining in England

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  • List of coal mines UK 1880. - Ancestry
    List of coal mines UK 1880. - Ancestry

    67 Morley West End, Leeds, Morley West End Coal Co. 68 Muffitt Lane, Leeds, Alfred West. 69 Neville Hill, Leeds, Norwegian Titanic Iron Ore Co. 70 New Hall (Middleton), Leeds, Charles Grosvenor and Son. ... 97 High Lee, New Mills, Thomas Bennett. 98

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  • BRANCH ROAD, LOWER WORTLEY, LEEDS, LS12 5NR 3 bed end
    BRANCH ROAD, LOWER WORTLEY, LEEDS, LS12 5NR 3 bed end

    Lower Wortley is a residential district in Leeds which was historically built for coalminers and mill workers due to Leeds’ historic involvement in both coal mining and textiles. Located in South Leeds between Leeds City Centre and Pudsey which makes commuting to the city centre which has the largest train station in the North of England very

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  • Adel Mill, Adel, Leeds 2 bed barn conversion for sale - £
    Adel Mill, Adel, Leeds 2 bed barn conversion for sale - £

    The Leeds outer ring road is close by enabling access to a number of surrounding destinations, Bradford, Harrogate, York as well as the national motorway networks (M1, M62 and A1). Leeds/Bradford Airport is situated nearby at Yeadon. Leeds 5.5 miles, Bradford 11 miles, Harrogate 11 miles (Approx.)

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  • The Industrial History of Bradford – Historic England
    The Industrial History of Bradford – Historic England

    Waterloo Mills was a steam-powered worsted mill that was built c. 1870. By the early twentieth century it was run as a room and power mill. The main buildings include a four-storey, eighteen-bay timber-floored mill of c. 1870, large sheds of various dates, offices, warehouses and a 1916 engine house containing a 1905 inverted vertical engine

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  • GENUKI: LEEDS: The streets of Leeds in 1853, Yorkshire
    GENUKI: LEEDS: The streets of Leeds in 1853, Yorkshire

    a list of streets, squares, courts, lanes, &c. in the town and suburbs of leeds for 1853

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  • Leeds Model Company Trains
    Leeds Model Company Trains

    The Leeds Model Company was founded in 1912 by Reginald 'Rex' Frederick Stedman (1893-1959) in Leeds, England. Initially Stedman produced and sold completely hand-built models as during World War I the development of any machine tooling for mass creation of hobby products had been restricted. The company started by offering a range of die cast

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  • Top 15 Yorkshire textile mills - Make it British
    Top 15 Yorkshire textile mills - Make it British

    C & J Antich. C & J Antich is a commission weaver, warper and mender in the Yorkshire fine worsted industry, producing the finest British worsted cloth for the world’s best known fashion brands. They have become the largest worsted manufacturer in the UK. They have over 40 machines, and are fully operational 120 hours every week

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  • Maps of Leeds - Old Maps Online
    Maps of Leeds - Old Maps Online

    These instructions will show you how to find historical maps online. Getting started. Type the place name in the search box to find the exact location. You can further adjust the search by zooming in and out. Zoom. Zoom in and out with the buttons or use your mouse or touchpad natively. Exact Area tool

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  • Leeds - Wikitravel
    Leeds - Wikitravel

    Jan 27, 2021 Leeds is a huge city with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife and accommodation listings — have a look at each of them.. Leeds is the largest city in the county of West Yorkshire and is known for its shopping, nightlife, universities, and sports. Leeds is an attractive city with Georgian, Victorian, 20th and 21st century architecture and

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    projects on stone crusher stone crusher machine - Martence

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  • GLASSHOUSES MILL, High and Low Bishopside - 1391973
    GLASSHOUSES MILL, High and Low Bishopside - 1391973

    May 21, 2007 HISTORY: The flax mill at Glasshouses was established in 1812 or 1814, on the site of a former water corn mill. The end of the C18 and the beginning of the C19 saw the establishment of a series of textile mills in the Nidd and Washburn valleys, initially cotton and a little later flax spinning

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  • Titus Salt decided to build here because the mill would
    Titus Salt decided to build here because the mill would

    Many mills also received coal by boat, the last delivery of coal to the Aire Valley from collieries around Wakefield being around 1962. Shipley once had its own boatyard, which is recalled by the name of Dock Street. There was a covered slipway and a dry dock, close to the end of the Bradford Canal, and it

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  • Awesome Things To Do In Leeds | An Authentic
    Awesome Things To Do In Leeds | An Authentic

    Jan 20, 2020 Leeds Industrial Museum, located just two miles west of Leeds city centre has transformed the former Armley Mills building (once the world’s largest woollen mills). Learn how wool was produced in Yorkshire from the 18th century onwards, and about the desperate conditions for the mill-workers. Discover more about Armley Mills here

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  • Pudsey is a place of special character and This
    Pudsey is a place of special character and This

    By the end of the 17thcentury a large amount of woollen cloth was being sold in the markets of Leeds. Tanning was also carried out from the medieval period and coal mining by at

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  • A Brief History of Leeds - Thoresby Society
    A Brief History of Leeds - Thoresby Society

    According to Domesday Book Leeds had a mill, a church and a priest. It was sited around the area of the present Parish Church and fared much better than many of its neighbouring villages. William's punitive devastation, the infamous ‘Harrying of the North' in 1069 reduced the area between the Humber and the Tees into a waste land

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  • The History of Leeds - Cotton, Wool, Flax, Linen and the
    The History of Leeds - Cotton, Wool, Flax, Linen and the

    Although Leeds inhibited various trades, including a woollen mill from around 1400, no mention of growth and prosperous activity would take place until around the time of the Glorious Revolution in 1688, which was, in its own way, a prelude and seedling to the great Industrial Revolution which would take place a little over sixty years later

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