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Location - Leeds & District

Bagley Lane, Council Offices (Farsley) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Farsley District Council Offices at the junction of Bagley Lane with calverley Lane. The war memorial which would later be situated in front of the offices has not yet been built.
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Civic Buildings, Marsh Street (Rothwell)
Black & White imageUndated. View taken from behind the council offices on Marsh Street. The clock tower, with turret clock made by William Potts of Leeds, can be seen in the centre of the image. The offices opened in 1896.
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Council Offices Extension, Official Opening (Rothwell)
Black & White image27th March 1940. Group photograph showing people present at the Official opening of the extention to the Council Offices. The extension is visible in the background.
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Council Offices, new extension (Rothwell)
Black & White image1940. Side view of the Extension to the Council Offices on Marsh Street. This photograph is taken from the car park with cars parked beside the extension and workmen's tools and rubble on the floor.
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Marsh Street, Council Offices (Rothwell)
Black & White image1908. View of Marsh Street showing the Council Offices with the Primitive Methodist Chapel on the right. The Primitive Methodist Chapel was built in 1875 replacing the smaller Ebenezer Chapel off Town Street. Next to the Chapel was the Minister's house, The Manse, which was built in 1898. The chapel was demolished after it became disused after the 1920s. The Ministers House was converted as business premises and, more recently, became a Doctor's surgery.
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