Global Asbestos Congress 2000

CASE STUDY: HANCOCK AND MARGERESON VS. T&N PLC - LANDMARK CASE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE

Index to Photographs

Picture 1 Taken from Canal Road in the area of the factory end of the building which was formerly a school with clock tower.

Picture 2 Taken from the upper floor of former school building. The grey coloured double doors were used for unloading the workers' bus and for re-loading at end of shift. The road to front is Canal Road. Also shows Arksey Place and rooftops of Nunnington Avenue (No. 17 is the home of Mrs. Dorothy Shipley).

Picture 3 Similar view to photograph 2.

Picture 4 Similar view to photograph 2 but moving to left along line of Arksey Terrace.

Picture 5 Showing junction of Canal Road and Aviary Road. To the top right of photograph are the houses in Arksey Terrace.

Picture 6 Taken from junction of Canal Road and Aviary Road. Looking up Aviary Road and showing Arksey Terrace.

Picture 7 Junction of Salisbury Road and Salisbury Grove. First street off to the right is Hereford Street.

Picture 8 Taken from junction of Salisbury Road and Salisbury Grove. Showing down Salisbury Grove and to factory entrance gates.

Picture 9 Closer view of factory entrance, gates and concreted loading area. In the distance can be seen the old school.

Picture 10 Taken in Salisbury Grove. Showing the very close proximity of house No. 35 and factory building.

Picture 11 Further view of 35 Salisbury Grove - No. 35, factory buildings and entrance gate.

Picture 12 View of wired windows of factory. Grey coloured door at end of low stone building as mentioned previously. The other door shown has been put there since closure and in place of a wired window similar to the rest.

Picture 13 Taken from junction of Canal Road and Aviary Road. Looking up Aviary Road and showing Arksey Terrace to left of picture.

Picture 14 Taken from junction ofNunnington Street and Aviary Road. Shows front of houses in Arksey Place.

Picture 15 Taken from junction of Arksey Terrace and Aviary Road and looking away from the factory area. Tends to show the tight proximity of streets in that area.

Picture 16 View from junction of Aviary Road and Nunnington Street. Showing Arksey Terrace, end house of Arksey Place and factory.

Picture 17 Taken in Aviary Road just below Arksey Terrace. Street to right is Nunnington Street and in centre of photo is area of Nunnington Avenue.

Picture 18 Taken from side wall of 17 Nunnington Avenue, towards factory.

Picture 19 Taken from Armley Park Road, which is the continuation of Pickering Street. Showing along Nunnington Street and further in the same direction along Arksey Terrace, showing end house ofArksey Place and factory.

Picture 20 View up Arksey Terrace from Aviary Road. Showing Arksey Place and factory. The white painted gable end marks the end of Arksey Terrace and the commencement of Hereford Street.

Picture 21 View into Arksey Place. Red gate is fire exit for factory premises.

Picture 22 View into Arksey Place. Old school seen in distance. Red gate fire exit at cul-de-sac end of street. The distance between the factory wall and garden walls of houses in Arksey Place is 18' 9".

Picture 23 View of factory wall in Arksey Terrace. Showing what seemed to be windows which had, since closure, been bricked up.

Picture 24 Showing junction of Arksey Terrace and Hereford Street. Factory roof is showing above wall at left of picture.

Picture 25 Taken from the junction of Hereford Street and Salisbury Road, looking down Arksey Terrace and towards Aviary Road. Shows Factory and Arksey Place.


Picture 1
1. Taken from Canal Road in the area of the factory end of the building which was formerly a school with clock tower.

Picture 2
2. Taken from the upper floor of former school building. The grey coloured double doors were used for unloading the workers' bus and for re-loading at end of shift. The road to front is Canal Road. Also shows Arksey Place and rooftops of Nunnington Avenue (No. 17 is the home of Mrs. Dorothy Shipley).

Picture 3
3. Similar view to photograph 2.

Picture 4
4. Similar view to photograph 2 but moving to left along line of Arksey Terrace.

Picture 5
5. Showing junction of Canal Road and Aviary Road. To the top right of photograph are the houses in Arksey Terrace.

Picture 6
6. Taken from junction of Canal Road and Aviary Road. Looking up Aviary Road and showing Arksey Terrace.

Picture 7
7. Junction of Salisbury Road and Salisbury Grove. First street off to the right is Hereford Street.

Picture 8
8. Taken from junction of Salisbury Road and Salisbury Grove. Showing down Salisbury Grove and to factory entrance gates.

Picture 9
9. Closer view of factory entrance, gates and concreted loading area. In the distance can be seen the old school.

Picture 10
10. Taken in Salisbury Grove. Showing the very close proximity of house No. 35 and factory building.

Picture 11
11. Further view of 35 Salisbury Grove - No. 35, factory buildings and entrance gate.

Picture 12
12. View of wired windows of factory. Grey coloured door at end of low stone building as mentioned previously. The other door shown has been put there since closure and in place of a wired window similar to the rest.

Picture 13
13. Taken from junction of Canal Road and Aviary Road. Looking up Aviary Road and showing Arksey Terrace to left of picture.

Picture 14
14. Taken from junction ofNunnington Street and Aviary Road. Shows front of houses in Arksey Place.

Picture 15
15. Taken from junction of Arksey Terrace and Aviary Road and looking away from the factory area. Tends to show the tight proximity of streets in that area.

Picture 16
16. View from junction of Aviary Road and Nunnington Street. Showing Arksey Terrace, end house of Arksey Place and factory.

Picture 17
17. Taken in Aviary Road just below Arksey Terrace. Street to right is Nunnington Street and in centre of photo is area of Nunnington Avenue.

Picture 18
18. Taken from side wall of 17 Nunnington Avenue, towards factory.

Picture 19
19. Taken from Armley Park Road, which is the continuation of Pickering Street. Showing along Nunnington Street and further in the same direction along Arksey Terrace, showing end house ofArksey Place and factory.

Picture 20
20. View up Arksey Terrace from Aviary Road. Showing Arksey Place and factory. The white painted gable end marks the end of Arksey Terrace and the commencement of Hereford Street.

Picture 21
21. View into Arksey Place. Red gate is fire exit for factory premises.

Picture 22
22. View into Arksey Place. Old school seen in distance. Red gate fire exit at cul-de-sac end of street. The distance between the factory wall and garden walls of houses in Arksey Place is 18' 9".

Picture 23
23. View of factory wall in Arksey Terrace. Showing what seemed to be windows which had, since closure, been bricked up.

Picture 24
24. Showing junction of Arksey Terrace and Hereford Street. Factory roof is showing above wall at left of picture.

Picture 25
25. Taken from the junction of Hereford Street and Salisbury Road, looking down Arksey Terrace and towards Aviary Road. Shows Factory and Arksey Place.