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Search Aspect ( Brunswick Street )
Location - Leeds & District

Bank Street, looking towards Brunswick Street (Morley) (1 comment)
Colour imageFebruary 1966. Looking down Bank Street to its junction with Brunswick Street. Three small boys in short trousers stand in the foreground of this photograph of steeplejack maintenance men at work on Benn and Webster's Victoria Mills chimney. By this time quite a few of the town's typical shoddy mills had closed down but Benn and Webster's kept running until the late 1970s. They closed in a peculiar way, keeping running until the fortnight's annual holiday at Morley Feast, with workers getting their holiday with pay but being told not to report back for work after the holiday. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Brunswick Chapel (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of Brunswick Methodist Chapel showing balcony and organ. Erected 1824-5. Drawn by E C Booth. Lithograph by W and R Hanson.
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Brunswick Chapel (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White image1982. Methodist church on Brunswick Street. A wrought iron fence surrounds the church. There is a white monument in the grounds. Several cars are parked in the street. A man running, and a parking meter can also be seen.
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Brunswick Methodist Church (Little London)
Black & White image15th November 1968. icture shows one of the stone coffins in the graveyard of the Methodist Church on Brunswick Street. The coffin is surrounded by a wrought iron fence and bushes and trees have grown around it. Leaves carpet the floor.
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Brunswick Methodist Church, Brunswick Street (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White image11th August 1950. Picture shows the Methodist Church on Brunswick Street. A large wrought iron fence surrounds the church. A monument can be seen within the grounds of the church. The windows are stained glass. Trees and bushes are visible.
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