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Search Aspect ( Chapel Allerton Library )
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Chapel Allerton Library (Chapel Allerton) (1 comment)
Colour image2003 Chapel Allerton Library, Harrogate Road, the sign outside indicates that the library is open. Scaffolding has been erected while redecoration and refurbishment are carried out. On the right is 104, Kamran's Tandoori takeaway and restaurant.
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Chapel Allerton Library Interior (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imageUndated, Newsroom at Chapel Allerton Library, the papers are fixed to reading rests around the room. The tables have rests for magazines. A spiral staircase in the right corner of the room gives access to the balcony.
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Chapel Allerton Library, Interior (Chapel Allerton) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Lending Library, counter on the right, the newsroom can be seen beyond the columns. The library was built in 1904, with police station adjacent. It was officially opened on 28th January 1904, by the Lord Mayor A Currer Briggs.
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Chapel Allerton Library, Interior view (Chapel Allerton)
Colour imageC1990. Interior view of Chapel Allerton Branch Library on Harrogate Road, showing the entrance to the left and counter area on the right. The library was officially opened on 28th January 1904 by Lord Mayor A. Currer Briggs and has served the people of Chapel Allerton ever since.
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Chapel Allerton Library, interior view (Chapel Allerton)
Colour imageC1990. Interior view of Chapel Allerton Branch Library on Harrogate Road, showing the entrance on the left and counter area on the right. Though the library still shows much of the traditional design of its origins going back to 1904, it can be seen to have been modernised with carpets throughout and new tables and chairs in the foreground.
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