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Search Aspect ( Roscoe Place )
Location - Leeds & District

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Chapeltown Road, Roscoe Place Methodist Chapel (Sheepscar) (7 comments)
Black & White image18th November 1952. View of Roscoe Place Methodist Chapel Sunday School looking from Chapeltown Road. The Chapel fronted onto Roscoe Road. The building is stone-built with an ornate arched leaded window, which has a flower motif at the top. The chapel (to the left of the Sunday School building) was begun in 1882.
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Roscoe Road, Roscoe Place Methodist Chapel (Sheepscar) (2 comments)
Black & White image18th November 1952. View of the dedication stone of Roscoe Place Methodist Chapel, Roscoe Road. The stone was laid on the 17th July 1882 by John Barron M.P. Also visible is the wall's intricate brickwork and a leaded window.
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Roundhay Road no.98 (Sheepscar)
Black & White image3rd September 1936 On the right is Badminton Terrace. The stone wall surrounds the grounds of Sturdie House, which was number 98 Roundhay Road. It was the home of Frederick William Marshall Greaves, surgeon, MD, DPH. On the right side of the wall is a notice board for the Roscoe Place Chapel.
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