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[1]Aerial View of Morley Town Centre (Morley) (3 comments)
Aerial View of Morley Town Centre1929, View of Morley Town Centre looking north east at Queen Street. On the left at the bottom is the Pentecostal Church and Sunday School. The houses next to the school are nos. 2-54 Albion Street with Windsor House at the end. Below this is the timber yard with the Zion Chapel visible below. Above Albion Street is the Queen's Mill for woollen textiles with the Town Hall and magistrates court to the right face of Queen Street with a bank on the opposite side of the road. Above the mill is a playground with Hopkin's formal gardens behind. On the right at the very top of the image is St Mary's-in-the-Wood Congregational Chapel and Sunday School.
[2]Close up of the Pancake Bell, St Mary's in the Wood (Morley) (5 comments)
Close up of the Pancake Bell, St MaryUndated, One of three historical objects saved from the Old Morley Chapel which once occupied the site, the Pancake Bell is believed to have come from Howley Hall and originally Kirkstall Abbey. Recast in 1694 with the date and words 'Soli Deo Glora'.
[3]North East View of Morley Town Centre (Morley) (1 comment)
North East View of Morley Town CentreUndated, Taken from the top of the Town Hall in the late 1890s showing old houses on Little Lane and others in Zoar Street. Church in the background is St Mary's Congressional Church and Sunday School. The cleared space in front of the church is for the building of the library (1906). Half of the Old Chapel Parsonage is shown on the right.
[4]Scatcherd Mausoleum, Morley Chapel (Morley)
Scatcherd Mausoleum, Morley ChapelUndated, View of the Scatcherd Mausoleum at Morley Old Chapel. The Old Chapel was demolished in 1875 and on 18th January 1876 the foundation stone of the new church of St Mary's in the Wood was laid. This occupied the same site as the Old Chapel.
[5]St Mary's in the Wood, Church (Morley)
St MaryUndated, View of steps and front entrance of church. Built to replace the too small and unsafe Morley Old Chapel demolished 1875, St Mary's was opened for services on 5th September 1878 on the same site as the Old Chapel. The parish notice board advertises the times of services and lists Minister as Wilten Rix.
[6]St Mary's in the Wood, Church (Morley)
St MaryUndated, Front view of entrance to church. Built to replace the too small and unsafe Morley Old Chapel demolished 1875, St Mary's was opened for services on 5th September 1878 on the same site as the Old Chapel.
[7]St Mary's in the Wood, Church (Morley) (1 comment)
St Mary1902, St Mary's in the Wood Church on Commercial Street. The Church had been built on the site of the former Morley Old Chapel and held its opening services on 5th September 1878. The spire of the church later lost its cross in a gale on 15th February 1962.
[8]St Mary's in the Wood, Morley House (Morley)
St MaryUndated, View looking east at St Mary's in the Wood Church. A car can be seen on Queen's Promenade with premises on Scatcherd Hill to the left. Morley House is to the right by Scatcherd Park. Morley House was the home of the Scatcherd family for over 200 years.
[9]St Mary's in the Wood, Scatcherd Lane (Morley)
St MaryUndated, View of church from Scatcherd Lane. Built to replace the too small and unsafe Morley Old Chapel demolished 1875, St Mary's was opened for services on 5th September 1878 on the same site as the Old Chapel. On the right is visible Morley House.
[10]St Mary's Sunday School, Commercial Street (Morley)
St MaryUndated, View of St Mary's Sunday School on Commercial Street opposite the public library. It was mainly supported by Sir Charles Scarth, owner of Laneside Mills and a great educationalist. He was elected to the School Board in 1902 and had the unique record of being Mayor of Morley six times.
[11]Tingley Hall grounds from Topcliffe Independent Chapel (West Ardsley)
Tingley Hall grounds from Topcliffe Independent ChapelApril 1966. View of gravestones in the grounds of Tingley Hall from Topcliffe Independent Chapel. The two gentlemen on the left are Mr. George W. Atkinson and Mr. Peter Aldred. They are carrying steps for standing over gravestones. The gravestones were moved to St Mary's Church, Morley. Image used courtesy of Peter Aldred. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archives.