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Location - Leeds & District

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Ashley Road Methodist Church, after fire damage (Harehills)
Black & White image15th May 1984. Image shows the former Ashley Road Methodist Church after fire damage. At the time of the fire the 1906 building had been used as a warehouse. The church windows give way to a view of Darfield Crescent, a street of red brick back-to-back terraced houses.
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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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Low Road (Hunslet) (4 comments)
Black & White image22nd April 1955. Photograph showing the collapsed wall on the Low Road boundary on Hunslet Nelson Cricket Club. A hut has also collapsed and behind this the Baptist Tabernacle Church can be seen. The church windows have signs for the right to Ancient Lights, a right to receive in perpetuity a reasonable amount of daylight throught certain windows.
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St. Mary's Street, St. Mary's Church (Quarry Hill)
Black & White image9th February 1948. View of the collapsed perimeter wall of St. Mary With Good Shepherd Church, Quarry Hill. The stone wall and wooden fence has collapsed. Behind can be seen the tall arched windows of the church, where a man on a tall ladder is visible. A gas streetlamp stands on the cobbled street.
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St. Mary's Street, St. Mary's Church (Quarry Hill)
Black & White image9th February 1948. howing damage to the perimeter wall of St. Mary With Good Shepherd Church, Quarry Hill. The stone wall and wooden fencing has collapsed. Behind, the church's tall, arched windows are clearly visible.
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