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Abbey House Museum, Cromwellian Chapel (Kirkstall)
Black & White imageUndated, Image shows the Cromwellian Chapel located off Stephen Harding Gate, a reconstructed Victorian street. The interior of the chapel is furnished with a two decker pulpit and pews from Bramhope Old Chapel (1649).
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Abbey House Museum, Cromwellian Chapel (Kirkstall)
Black & White imageUndated, Image shows the Cromwellian Chapel located off Stephen Harding Gate, a reconstructed Victorian street. The interior of the chapel is furnished with a two decker pulpit, and pews from Bramhope Old Chapel (1649).
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Abbey House Museum, Stephen Harding Gate (Kirkstall)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a recostructed Victorian Street in the Abbey House Museum named for St. Stephen Harding, Abbot of St. Citeaux, who along with St. Bernard founded the Cistercian Order to which Kirkstall Abbey belonged. The building visible in the image is built of local gritstone with interiors typical of the 1880s. On the left is George William Senior, Leeds Pottery founded by the Green Bros 1760. Original moulds from the Hunslet works are on display here as well as the wheel and tools used by George W. Senior, the last of the Leeds Potters. The Green Bros started the works in the late 18th century and were famous for their Queens Ware, a cream coloured earthenware with a fire glaze finish. On the right is the entrance to a Cromwellian Chapel where the pulpit and pews have been relocated from Bramhope Old Chapel (1649).
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Aberford Almshouses. (Aberford)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the frontage of Aberford Almshouses, situated on the west side of the Great North Road, South of the village. They were built to the designs by George Fowler Jones at the instigation of the two Gascoigne sisters, Elizabeth and Mary Isabella. They had lost both their brothers, Thomas and Richard Silver and their father Richard Oliver Gascoigne in 1843 and so they had the almshouses built as a memorial. Four, two - storey residences flank a central tower and were designed to accommodate four male and four female retired estate workers. At the south end of the buildings, left, there was a chapel which was in use from 1845 until 1976. At the north end, right, there was a refectory. The almshouses were vacated by the residents in 1976 and are now convereted for business use and known as 'Priory Park'. Photograph by Ron Turner.
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Aberford Almshouses. (Aberford)
Black & White imagec1975. View of Aberford Almshouses, located on the west side of the Great North Road, south of the village. They were built between 1843 and 1845 to the designs by Scottish born architect, George Fowler Jones (1817/18 - 1905) who practised in York. He designed them on behalf of Elizabeth and Mary Isabella Gascoigne as a memorial to their father, Richard Oliver Gascoigne and two brothers, Thomas and Richard Silver who had recently died. The central towers separates the eight, two storey dwellings, reserved four men and four women, retired workers of Gascoigne Estate. At the south end of the buildings, left, there is a small chapel and at the north end, right, a refectory. The last residents vacated the almshouses in 1976 and the listed buildings are now converted for business use and named Priory Park.
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