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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_48
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_48
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_39
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_39
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Manchester Central Public Library  BWS01_01_40
Manchester Central Public Library BWS01_01_40
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Geological Museum  BWS01_01_11
Geological Museum BWS01_01_11
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Repairing Victoria Tower OWS01_02_h01076b
Repairing Victoria Tower OWS01_02_h01076b
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Master and apprentice JLP01_09_762552c
Master and apprentice JLP01_09_762552c
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Buttercross renovation JLP01_10_18911
Buttercross renovation JLP01_10_18911
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Buttercross renovation JLP01_10_18910
Buttercross renovation JLP01_10_18910
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Buttercross renovation JLP01_10_18909
Buttercross renovation JLP01_10_18909
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Bablake School, 1941 AA42_00294
Bablake School, 1941 AA42_00294
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Master and apprentice JLP01_09_762552c Featured Image

Master and apprentice JLP01_09_762552c

Furzehill Road, Borehamwood, Elstree and Borehamwood, Hertsmere, Hertfordshire. A man with a spirit level assessing the work of a Laing apprentice bricklayer during the construction of the Furzehill Road housing development.
Laing began work on the Furzehill road contract in March 1976. 395 houses and flats would accommodate around 1,400 people. The site was a former Home of Rest for Horses, giving rise to street names like Farriers Way. The contract became an unofficial training ground for apprentices and the old people's club on the development was built entirely by apprentices. This photograph appears to have been taken to demonstrate careers within the construction side of the company

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