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Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd, cutlery manfacturers, River Lane works (built 1905)
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Remains of J. Chantrey's Milk Yard, approached via River Lane. Mrs Emma Chantrey, Shopkeeper, was situated at No. 58, Pond Hill and this yard was at the rear. Sheaf Island Works and goit at rear of buildings
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Batty Langley's, timber merchant, Sheaf Saw Mills, off River Lane, near Sheaf Island Works
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Goit between remains of J. Chantrey's Milk Yard (approached via River Lane), left, and Sheaf Island Works (Steel and Iron), right, looking towards Pond Hill
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Frederick J. Brindley, cast steel hammers, Central Hammer Works and Mortar Mills, River Lane
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Looking towards the wall belonging to F.J. Brindley and Sons, Central Hammer Works, from Mate's Square, off River Lane, showing slum back to back housing
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Wall belonging to Batty Langley's, Timber Merchant, Sheaf Saw Mills, off River Lane, showing wall plates, from Mate's Square, off River Lane, (showing slum housing on right)
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Pond Hill looking towards junction with River Lane, right, Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd., Sheaf Island Works, Cutlery Works
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Pocket and pen knives being packed for export, Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd. River Lane Works at the junction of Sheaf Street and Pond Hill,
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Mr Moore routing or roughly cutting to shape knife handles, Joseph Rodgers and Sons Ltd. River Lane Works at the junction of Sheaf Street and Pond Hill,
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