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Factory construction JLPP01_08_001296
Factory construction JLPP01_08_001296
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Blacksmith, Southrop BBL_02524
Blacksmith, Southrop BBL_02524
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Making iron lungs med01_01_0323
Making iron lungs med01_01_0323
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British Road Services Depot JLP01_01_117_14
British Road Services Depot JLP01_01_117_14
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Bottesford Airfield JLP01_08_087504
Bottesford Airfield JLP01_08_087504
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Bottesford Airfield JLP01_08_087498
Bottesford Airfield JLP01_08_087498
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Laing workers JLP01_08_045876
Laing workers JLP01_08_045876
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Clocking out JLP01_01_074_01
Clocking out JLP01_01_074_01
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Lab technician JLP01_08_053108
Lab technician JLP01_08_053108
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Barlaston pipeline JLP01_08_084420
Barlaston pipeline JLP01_08_084420
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Allscott Sugar Beet Factory JLP01_08_060530
Allscott Sugar Beet Factory JLP01_08_060530
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Bardney Sugar Factory JLP01_08_045668
Bardney Sugar Factory JLP01_08_045668
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Barlaston pipeline JLP01_08_084420 Featured Image

Barlaston pipeline JLP01_08_084420

Barlaston, Stafford, Staffordshire. A view of the Barlaston pipeline crossing the Trent and Mersey Canal during the installation of the pipeline.
The contract for the Barlaston gas pipeline was awarded to Laing Pipelines in January 1970. The pipeline ran for approximately 29 miles from Uffington, near Shrewsbury, to Barlaston in North Staffordshire. Along the route there were 61 crossings, including under the M6, the main electric railway from Euston to Crewe, two canals and six rivers, and a steep climb alongside the A34 dual carriageway near Barlaston. This photograph was published in July 1970 in the Laing monthly newsletter Team Spirit

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Allscott Sugar Beet Factory JLP01_08_061059
Allscott Sugar Beet Factory JLP01_08_061059
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Allscott Sugar Beet Factory JLP01_08_060786
Allscott Sugar Beet Factory JLP01_08_060786
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Chester Le Street offices RAC01_01_04_15
Chester Le Street offices RAC01_01_04_15
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Rebuilding P_H00101_009
Rebuilding P_H00101_009
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Textile works WAI01_04_217_69_21
Textile works WAI01_04_217_69_21
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Road building MOT01_01_34
Road building MOT01_01_34
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Road resurfacing MOT01_01_20
Road resurfacing MOT01_01_20
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Ice cream cart CXP01_01_118
Ice cream cart CXP01_01_118
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_096
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_096
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_095
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_095
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_094
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_094
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_093
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_093
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Allscott Sugar Beet Factory JLP01_08_061059 Featured Image

Allscott Sugar Beet Factory JLP01_08_061059

Allscott Sugar Beet Factory, Allscott, Wrockwardine, Telford and Wrekin. Two Laing workers concreting the roof of a sugar silo at Allscott Sugar Beet Factory.
A sugar beet factory was at Allscott from 1927 until it closed in 2007. Laing built two sugar silos here in 1961 for the British Sugar Corporation who were the owners of the site. Each silo was able to store 10,000 tons of granulated sugar and at the time they were constructed, they were the tallest that Laing had built so far using sliding formwork. The roofs of the sugar silos were covered with Thermacoust roofing slabs and were covered with concrete and asphalt, with work on the second silo due to be completed by the middle of October 1961

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_103
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_103
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_102
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_102
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Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_100
Demolition of Waterloo Bridge CXP01_01_100
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Burnham House Kings Lynn, 1942 AA42_03803
Burnham House Kings Lynn, 1942 AA42_03803
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China Clay Works ALB93_05_124
China Clay Works ALB93_05_124
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China Clay Works ALB93_05_132
China Clay Works ALB93_05_132
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St Mary Littlehampton HSI01_01_002
St Mary Littlehampton HSI01_01_002
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Stacking saggars DES01_04_0944
Stacking saggars DES01_04_0944
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Ploughing DIX02_01_081
Ploughing DIX02_01_081
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Basket weaving DIX02_01_052
Basket weaving DIX02_01_052
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Hayricks DIX02_01_010
Hayricks DIX02_01_010
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Mobile X-ray unit med01_01_0532
Mobile X-ray unit med01_01_0532
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St Mary Littlehampton HSI01_01_002 Featured Image

St Mary Littlehampton HSI01_01_002

ST MARYS CHURCH, CHURCH STREET, LITTLEHAMPTON, ARUN, WEST SUSSEX. People at work using a steam powered threshing machine, with St Mary's Church in the background, 1901-1902.
St Mary's Church was extended eastwards in the late 19th century, with a new chancel and Lady Chapel, however by 1930 the structural condition of the church was so bad that it had to be demolished. This photograph shows the building with the late 19th century extension

© Historic England Archive

Radiography MED01_01_0123
Radiography MED01_01_0123
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Market Hall Birmingham, 1941 AA42_00727
Market Hall Birmingham, 1941 AA42_00727
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