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Search Aspect ( Church Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Abbey Road (Kirkstall) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of abbey Road looking towards Leeds City Centre. On the left, the building with decorative gable is the Abbey Cinema with two small properties adjoining, numbers 28 and 30. After number 28 is the junction with Tordoff Place and Church Street. A number 3 tram with Harehills destination is travelling on Abbey Road.
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Abbey Road nos. 22 - 26, Church Street (Kirkstall) (1 comment)
Black & White image1959 View looks from Abbey Road, on the left is number 26, the West End House. Moving right, number 24 is a fruit store run by W. and H. Perry. Number 22 follows then the odd numbered side of Church Street.
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Aerial View of Queensway and Shaw Lane Gardens (Guiseley)
Colour imageUndated. Aerial view showing Queensway going from left to right diagonally across the bottom. The junction with Shaw Lane Gardens is on the left and Shaw Lane Gardens runs horizontally above Queensway from left to right. In the bottom left-hand corner Ruskin Crescent runs from the junction with Queensway to the bottom edge. Church Street branches off Ruskin Crescent to the left edge. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Albion Mill site, view from (Morley)
Colour imageMay 1963. This view looking towards Middleton was taken from behind where the Albion Mill once stood, before being burned down in a fire in 1950, on the approximate site of the old windmill. Before the Parish Church was built in 1830, Church Street was called Windmill Hill Lane and Chapel Hill was originally Windmill Hill. For many years the windmill was used to grind corn, but about 1780 it was decided to try to run some textile machinery in it like carders and scribblers, though not very successfully. The photograph was taken looking down on Morley gasworks. Behind them is the tip for Morley Main Colliery. On the right is the back of New Bank Street and Crank Mill chimney. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Albion Mill, engraving (Morley)
Black & White image1865. Image shows an engraving by C. Goodall made in 1865 and showing the Albion Mill which butted on to Church Street. The Albion Mill burned down in 1950.
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