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Wesley Street, looking south-west


Subject ID:
2009427_168899
Location:
Morley
Subject Year:
1982
Copyright:
Leeds Department of Planning
Class number:
S LIP MORLEY 616
Wesley Street, looking south-west
Description:
21st January 1982. Looking south-west along Wesley Street. On the right is the former Wesley Street Mill, here accommodating various small industrial units. The mill dates back to around the 1860s, its most notable owner being Charles Scarth. Now (2009) it is the Heritage Centre of the South Leeds Groundwork Trust. On the left of the photo is the edge of the Central Methodist Church and Church Hall.

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