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Salts Mill, Saltaire, from the air. The canal swings towards Leeds, dividing the original 1853 complex (top right) from the newer (1876 on) buildings between canal and river (at bottom left). What is now Riverside Court can be clearly seen: the taller buildings on this side of the canal. The furthest away of this group is no more. Ditto a large swath of buildings between Riverside Court and the river.
When completed in 1853, it was the largest industrial building in the World.
Next to the railway station, just over 5 minutes up the road from Riverside Court.
One of Saltaire's finest, it leads down to the station - and has lovely view of the church and Baildon Moor beyond.
Part of Saltaire from the days of Titus himself, these beautiful cottages were for retired workers.
From our garden. Riverside Court is on the left and that's New Mill in the background. The crocuses follow the snowdrops, and before a wonderful show of daffodils.
A human-made valley is created by Salts Mill on the left and Riverside Court on the right.
The campanile of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari in Venice, said to be the model for 'our' chimney tower!
This is the Boathouse. It's on Riverside Court's doorstep, on the river.
from Roberts Park showcases New Mill, and behind, Riverside Court.
Looking towards Baildon, over the Aire
5 minutes walk from Riverside Court
A good crowd at a free Sunday concert. The bandstand is one of the gems of the recent, stunning restoration of this park... on Riverside Court's doorstep.
in Roberts Park, next to the bandstand.