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Search Aspect (BLACKMAN LANE )
Location - Leeds & District

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All Souls' Church from the first floor front bedroom window of number 1 Well Close Mount (Woodhouse) (9 comments)
Black & White image1955. View of All Souls' Church taken from the larger front bedroom window of number 1 Well Close Mount. The road in the foreground is Blenheim Mount and the junction with Well Close Mount is just seen, left. The property on the left is number 2 Well Close Mount. The church stands at the junction of Blenheim Grove, which runs alongside the wall, and Blackman Lane, seen between the church and number 22 Blenheim Mount, towards the right. All Souls' Church was erected between 1876 and 1880 at a cost of around £20,000 to designs in the Early English style. It was built as a memorial to Dean Hook, who was Vicar of Leeds between 1837 and 1859. The church is still in existence but the properties in Well Close Mount are demolished and the site is now public open space.
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All Souls Church, Baptistry (Woodhouse) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard showing Baptistry inside All Souls Church on Blackman Lane.
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All Souls Church, Blackman Lane, rear view (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. View showing the rear of All Souls Church in Blackman Lane. The church was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott R.A. and was consecrated in 1880. It was constructed at a cost of £20,000 in the Early English style. The square tower is built to the north-west. It was an Edwardian addition designed by the son of George Gilbert Scott, John Olrid Scott (1841-1913).
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All Souls Church, detail of a wooden carving (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the detail of a wood carving in All Souls Church. The church was consecrated in 1880 and was built as a memorial to the Vicar of Leeds, Dean Hook. All Souls Church is situated in Blackman Lane.
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All Souls Church, detail of angel carving (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Detail of carving depicting an angel bearing a cross at all Souls Church in Blackman Lane. The church was erected between 1876 and 1880 in memory of Dean Hook who was Vicar of Leeds between 1837 and 1859.
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All Souls Church, detail of carving (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows detail of carving to be seen in All Souls Church in Blackman Lane. It depicts Christ wearing a crown of thorns and carrying the cross. All Souls Church dates from 1880 when it was consecrated.
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All Souls Church, detail of carving on a choir stall. (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the intricate carving on a choir stall in All Souls Church, located in Blackman Lane. The carving depicts a winged, dragon-like creature amongst leaves and berries. All Souls Church was consecrated in 1880 and had seating for 900 parishioners. It was built to designs by Sir George Gilbert Scott R.A.
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All Souls Church, detail of organ case (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows lettering, carved and gilded, to be seen on the organ case at All Souls Church in Blackman. The church, designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, R.A., was consecrated in 1880 and the organ case was presented in 1892.
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All Souls Church, detail of organ case (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the intricate detail of the carve and gilt organ case in All Souls Church. A winged angel is depicted playing cymbols picked out in gilt. The organ case was presented to the church in 1892. All Souls Church was designed by reknowned architect Sir George Gilbert Scott, R.A. and was consecrated in 1880. It is situated in Blackman Lane.
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All Souls Church, detail of roof carving (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows detail in a carving, part of the roof structure of All Souls Church. The symbol, depicting a lamb and a banner, is well known in the Christian Religion and is often referred to as 'Agnus Dei' or the 'Lamb of God'. The lamb, a gentle creature, represents Jesus Christ and the sacrifice made by him. The banner and cross symbolise Christ's victory over death in the Resurrection. All Souls Church, located, in Blackman Lane was built to designs by Sir George Gilbert Scott R.A. It was consecrated in the year 1880 and served as a memorial to Dean Hook, Vicar of Leeds between 1837 and 1859.
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All Souls Church, Eagle Lectern (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the lectern at All Saints Church in Blackman Lane. It is made in brass in the shape of an eagle and was presented to the church in 1880, the year the church was consecrated, by Agnes and Henry Clarke. The gift was in memory of their sister Anna Delicia Hook. Agnes Mary and Anna Delicia were the daughters of John Johnstone M.D., F.R.S. of Monument House, Edgbaston, Warwickshire. In 1829 Anna-Delica married the Rev. Walter-Farquhar Hook, who became Vicar of Leeds between 1837 and 1859. Agnes Mary married the Reverend Henry Clarke in 1834. All Souls Church was built as a memorial to Dean Hook, the Vicar of Leeds.
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All Souls Church, east window (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the eastern gable of All Souls Church lit with three tall lancet windows filled with stained glass in vibrant hues of red, yellow and blue. In front of the window is the altar with intricately carved and canopied reredos, or altarpiece. It depicts the 'Descent into Hades.' All Souls Church dates from 1880 and is located in Blackman Lane.
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All Souls Church, Easter vigil by candlelight (Woodhouse)
Colour image3rd April 2010. Atmospheric image taken in All Souls Church in Blackman Lane during the Easter vigil by candleight. The vigil is traditionally held after sunset on Holy Saturday and before sunrise on Easter Sunday. The congregation are in silhouette against the backdrop of the interior of All Saints.
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All Souls Church, interior view (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1888. Interior of All Souls Church on Blackman Lane, designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and consecrated on 29th January 1880.
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All Souls Church, interior view (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1888. Interior view of All Souls Church on Blackman Lane, which was built as a memorial to Dr. Walter Farquhar Hook, vicar of Leeds 1837-59.
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All Souls Church, interior view (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Interior view of All Souls Church in Blackman Lane showing the architecture designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott R.A. in the Early English Style. The church, built as a memorial to Dean Hook, Vicar of Leeds between 1837 and 1859, was consecreated on 29th January 1880.
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All Souls Church, interior view (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Natural light is flooding in through the three stained glass lancets windows in the eastern gable of All Souls Church in Blackman Lane. In front of the windows the altar with carved reredos is visible. All Souls Church was consecrated in 1880 and is a memorial to the Vicar of Leeds (1837-1859), Dean Hook. The building was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott.
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All Souls Church, interior view from east to west (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Interior view looking from east to west in All Souls Church. The choir stalls, with carved wood at the ends, can be seen at either side in the foreground. To the right the organ, with carved and gilt case is visible. The organ case was presented to the church in 1892. All Souls Church dates from 1880 and is located in Blackman Lane.
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All Souls Church, interior view from the entrance to the tower (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. View from the entrance to the tower in All Souls Church showing a glimpse of the baptistry and marble font. The floor is also laid with marble mosaic. The tower of the church (to the north-west) is an Edwardian addition. It was designed by John Olrid Scott, (1841-1913) the son of the original architect, Sir George Gilbert Scott (1811-1878). All Saints Church is located in Blackman Lane.
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All Souls Church, interior view, Postcard (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view showing interior of All Souls Church.
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