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Search Aspect ( Christadelphian Hall )
Location - Leeds & District

Armley Ridge Road, Christadelphian Hall (Armley)
Black & White image26th November 1981. View of Armley Ridge Road showing the Christadelphian Hall on the left, with its car park in the centre. Shops on Town Street can just be seen on the left.
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Derby Cresent nos. 12a - 18, Christadelphian Hall (Hunslet) (4 comments)
Black & White image28th May 1964 View of Derby Crescent from left to right numbers 18 to 12a. Number 18 is a Christadelphian Hall. Originally called Thomasite the Christadelphian religion was founded by a Londoner called John Tomas in New York around 1848. The name 'Christadelphian' became widely used during the American Civil War.
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Town Street, looking north-west (Armley) (3 comments)
Colour image1st January 2010. View of Town Street looking north-west from the junction with Wortley Road. The Barleycorn public house, which has closed down, is in the centre adjoined with two other vacant premises displaying 'For Sale' notices. On the right is the Christadelphian Hall.
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