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Search Aspect ( Hall Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial view of Armley Gaol (Armley) (14 comments)
Black & White image1937 Aerial view of Armley Gaol, built as Leeds Borough Gaol and completed in July 1847 at a cost of £43,000. The buildings were designed by architects Perkin and Backhouse. The road from top to bottom across the centre is Hall Lane and New Wortley Cemetery is at the left edge from the middle to the top. The prison is surrounded by a high wall and wihin the boundaries there is an exercise yard. Inmates can be seen walking the circular paths. The rows of terraced houses, bottom left, are Hawthorn Place and Hawthorn Terrace. Behind the prison Winchester Road runs from the junction with Hall Lane.
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Aerial View, Red Hall Lane, Coal Road (Shadwell)
Black & White image1962 In the centre of this view, the Red Hall housing estate is in the process of being built. Red Hall Lane runs from the right edge to the bottom edge where a field with bales of hay can be seen. Coal Road is just visible in the bottom left corner.
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Armley Congregational Church, Hall Lane. (Armley) (14 comments)
Black & White imageView of Armley Congregational Church in Hall Lane. On an O.S. map for 1986 it was recorded as the Armley United Reformed Church. A national split within the Methodist community meant the formation of splinter groups. The Methodist New Connexion in Armley was one of these and they were responsible for building two new chapels, this one in Hall Lane and the Bethseda Chapel in Theaker Lane. The foundation stone was laid on Saturday 30th January 1897 and the church opened its doors on 12th March 1898. The Rev.W.L.Tonge was in residence here at the time the church opened. The church is constructed in brick with stone dressings and housed an organ gifted by Joseph Hepworth, Esq. J.P. of Headingley House. It originally had a spire erected on the square structure to the right. An early picture of the church and more information can be found in 'Armley Through the Camera' by T.Kirby. The church has been converted into residential flats in recent years.
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Beulah Hotel, Tong Road at the junction with Hall Lane (Farnley) (5 comments)
Colour image2005. The Beulah Hotel in Tong Road dates from 1830 and is built in stone. The Court Leet was held in a large room on the first floor and also the Court Baron, held in the name of the Lord of the Manor. Nowadays, The Beulah Hotel has a black and white mock Tudor facade and serves food daily.
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Chapel Lane, looking north (Farnley) (1 comment)
Black & White image10th May 1938. View of Chapel Lane looking north to the Hall Lane junction. The boundary wall for the grounds of the Manor House are on the left and a gas lamp is situated on the corner.
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