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Dent Allcroft Co; 1907; dd/mm tbc (J0901211E81)

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Warmstry Slip running down to River
Large buildings were associated with the Porcelain works.
Top of photo behind big chimney was Warmstry House
On far right was Dents which later became a distllery.
Far left of photo was area now occupied by Copenhagen Street car park.

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