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Royal Park Road, number 22, R. Bosomworth's Grocer's shop (Hyde Park) (3 comments)
Black & White imagec1903. Early black and white image showing R. Bosomworth's Grocer's shop at number 22 Royal Park Road at the corner with Back Brudenell Grove (left). Standing at the door is the manager, George Walsh Wigglesworth. He is accompanied by three of his younger children. Mr. Wigglesworth eventually took over the ownership and ran the business until his death in 1936. An advertisement for C.P. Government Tea is displayed on the brick exterior wall. The shop is opposite the junction with King's Road.
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Royal Park Rovers AFC Sunday League Football team (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Black & White imagelate 1960s. Image shows the Royal Park Rovers AFC, Sunday League Football team as they pose for a photograph outside the Royal Park Hotel at number 39 Queens Road.
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Sacred Heart R C Church (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Black & White imageJune 1967. Photo shows the Sacred Heart church on Woodsley Road and Hyde Park Road. It is a concrete and glass building with an 'abstract' style cross on the top. There is a tree trunk visible on the left of the image.
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Sacred Heart R C Church (Hyde Park)
Black & White imageJune 1967. Sacred Heart R C Church on Woodsley Road and Hyde Park Road. View show the rear of the church which is constructed from concrete. An 'abstract' style cross is visible on top of the building. Houses can be seen in the background. Wasteground in the foreground.
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St Augustine's Church, Wrangthorn, Hyde Park Corner, interior view (Hyde Park) (9 comments)
Black & White image1927. Interior view of St Augustine's Church, Wrangthorn, situated on Hyde Park Road, at Hyde Park Corner. The site was provided by the Leeds Church Extension Society, a society formed by Anglicans in 1864 to help finance mission halls, new parish churches and vicarages, amongst other aid. It was built at a cost of £12,000 in 1870-71 to designs by architect, James B. Fraser F.R.I.B.A. of Leeds. The style chosen for St. Augustine's was the Decorated style of the fourteenth century. The church was designed to seat a congregation of 636. At the time this photograph was taken, in 1927,the net yearly value of the living, a vicarage, was £450 with residence. The parsonage house was purchased in 1873 for £1,600. In 1927 the Vicar at St. Augustine's was the Rev. Harry James Tompkins.
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