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Carmet Nurseries, near Potternewton Hall (Potternewton) (5 comments)
Black & White image28th February 1935. View of gateway to Carmet Nurseries from an acces road between the nurseries and Potternewton Hall. Caption beneath photo reads, Metcalfe, Market Gardener. Photo shows stone wall with a doorway in it. On the door is a notice reading, Carmet Nurseries, plants and vegetables for sale. Old store building in the background.
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Chapeltown Road, St. Martin's Church (Potternewton) (2 comments)
Black & White image23rd September 1946.View of St. Martin's Church, off Chapeltown Road, Potternewton.
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Chapeltown Road, west side, numbers 281A, the Sikh Temple (Gurdwara) (Potternewton) (2 comments)
Black & White image22nd January 2006. View of The Sikh Temple (Gurdwara) at number 281A Chapeltown Road. The Grade II listed building was originally the Newton Park (Union Church) Congregational Baptist, built in 1887 to designs by Leeds Architect, Archibald Neill. The church is in the Gothic Revival Style and on the west side the three light gabled central window can be seen. The 520 seater church was built at a cost of £6,500 in front of the site of the former chapel. On an Ordnance Survey map dated 1952 it was no longer a church but was in use as the Royal Airforce Association Club. The original old chapel at the rear was the premises of the Old Central Hebrew Congregational Synagogue at this time. The building in the photograph became The Sikh Temple c1963. It has the Khanda, the emblem of the Sikh religion, above the porch. The Khanda is a double edged sword representing the separation of truth from falsehood. The circle symbolises the perfection of God, who is eternal and is called the Chakar. The two outer curved swords, or Kirpans, remind a Sikh of the equal importance of spiritual aspirations and obligations to society. Photograph courtesy of James William Bell.
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Lodge to Potternewton House, Potternewton lane (Potternewton)
Black & White imagec1904. Image shows an old stone built lodge belonging to Potternewton House,located on Potternewton Lane. It is constructed on one storey and has arched windows. There is a gateway to the left, with a capped stone pillar, and a larger gate to the right which crosses Potternewton Lane. A man wearing a flat cap and overcoat can be seen standing near the low stone wall on the left. He is a member of the Barker family. Adolphus Parkin Barker was a keen amateur photographer and was known to have lived in the Meanwood and Little London area. In the background a chimney is visible which is thought to be part of the Parisian Laundry (1908 map)at number 2 Henconner Lane.
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Potternewton Farm (1) (Potternewton) (1 comment)
Black & White image8th April 1933 Detached stone farm house, bay window to lower floor. All windows have stone mullions, lintels and sils. Barn and other farm buildings can be seen.
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