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Search Aspect ( All Souls Church )
Location - Leeds & District

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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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