Manor Mill 1882 – 1981 (5)

Manor Mill-James Ives c1900

Title Manor Mill – James Ives & Co.
Date c1900
Location Yeadon
Photo ID DD012
Comment Mill workman with machinery on the right, there is a lot of material around the machinery and on the floor.
Manor Mill-James Ives c1900

L212 – Manor Mill, c1900.

Manor Mill – c1900

An engineer is applying oil to the steam driven engine, the photographer was probably E E Slater.

Manor Mill-James Ives c1900

L222 – Manor Mill, c1900.

Manor Mill – c1900

Hoppers of raw wool waiting to be fed into the scribbling machine. E E Slater probably took this image as a glass slide.

Manor Mill-James Ives c1900

L237 – Manor Mill, c1900.

Manor Mill – c1900

Poor quality image of a joiner at the mill, probably taken on a glass slide by E E Slater. A number of the slides were abandoned and suffered damage before they were retrieved and donated to the AHS some time in the past.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1908

DD007 – Manor Mill, 1908.

Manor Mill – 1908

Looking down on the boiler which has been transported on a trailer pulled by a steam engine.
In the background are dwellings on various levels.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1908

DD006 – Manor Mill, 1908.

Manor Mill – 1908

View of the boiler, several children watching in the background.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1908

DD009 – Manor Mill, 1908.

Manor Mill – 1908

The boiler is secured onto a trailer which has been towed by a steam engine as a means of transportation.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1908

DD005 – Manor Mill, 1908.

Manor Mill – 1908

New boiler to be installed in the mill.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1917

L268 – Manor Mill, 1917.

Manor Mill – 1917

Two men are commencing the demolition of the mill chimney.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1917

L267 – Manor Mill, 1917.

Manor Mill – 1917

Two men half way down the demolition of the mill chimney, it was rebuilt.

In the right background the Methodist Chapel on Chapel Hill is prominent.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1917

L248 – Manor Mill, 1917.

Manor Mill – 1917

A Mr Cobb is standing on the remains of the mill chimney, it was demolished and a new one built.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1917

L163 – Manor Mill, 1917.

Manor Mill – 1917

Two workmen are standing on the bottom of the mill chimney after it had been demolished, it was then rebuilt.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1918

L151 – Manor Mill, 1918.

Manor Mill – 1918

Armistice Day, the mill had been decorated to mark the end of WW1.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1918

L193 – Manor Mill, 1918.

Manor Mill – 1918

As above.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1918

L194 – Manor Mill, 1918.

Manor Mill – 1918

As above.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1918

L195 – Manor Mill, 1918.

Manor Mill – 1918

As above.

Manor Mill-James Ives 1918

L201 – Manor Mill, 1918.

Manor Mill – 1918

As above.

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Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 17 November 2021.
Last updated: 17 November 2021.

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