view is from Queensway, demolition of the dyeworks is underway. The gable ends
of property on Church Lane can be seen.
2: On the right is a
building which houses several companies including a picture framers.
of Albion Dyeworks with chimney still standing are in the centre of the view,
the junction of Queensway with Town Street is next right.
On Queensway, the last
house in view on the right is a bungalow called "Southlands".
of the dyeworks complex is underway, this view looks up Queensway in the
direction of Yeadon.
from Queensway, the dyeworks chimney is being pulled down. Workmen are suspended
in a cage from a crane jib and reducing the chimney manually.
The tower of St
Oswalds Church peeps over the rubble on the left.
man suspended from a crane jib is in line with the top of the dyeworks
is underway at the dyeworks site.
7: Men are at work removing
sections of corrugated roofing from the boiler house roof.
One man has been
elevated in the cradle of a machine often called a "cherry picker".
are standing on the roof of the boiler house slotting sections of corrugated
roofing material back inside the building.
house was home to the second generation of the Busfield family who owned the
dyeworks, it was concealed by other buildings in the works yard.The
family decided to relocate to other homes and the house was used as offices.Demolition of the surrounding buildings has given us this view.
of the dyeworks has taken place and the site cleared ready for
of the cleared dyeworks site with St Oswalds Church in the