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Search Aspect ( Hunslet Cemetery )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Burial Ground (Hunslet Cemetery) (Hunslet)
Black & White image21st May 1956. Picture shows the damage to the roof and spire of the chapel in Hunslet Cemetery. Rubble lay on the ground and has been cordened off with a saw horse and ladder. A flower border surrounds the base of the chapel. The graveyard and gravestones can be seen to the right of the picture.
[internal reference; 6288:CLIB Hunslet 29]
[2]
Burial Ground (Hunslet Cemetery) (Hunslet)
Black & White image21st May 1956. icture shows damage done to the chapel building in Hunslet Cemetery. The spire has fallen down and rubble lay on the ground. A bench is visible to the right.
[internal reference; 6291:CLIB Hunslet 28]
[3]
Burial Grounds (Hunslet Cemetery) (Hunslet)
Black & White image21st May 1956. Picture shows the damage done to the chapel in the Hunslet Cemetery. The view is from the graveyard and headstones and monuments can be seen in the foreground. The spire of the chapel has fallen down and rubble lay on the ground behind the small fence. Bushes are visible to the right.
[internal reference; 6286:CLIB Hunslet 30]
[4]
Burial Grounds (Hunslet Cemetery) (Hunslet)
Black & White image10th September 1953.Picture shows the extension of the burial ground in Hunslet Cemetery. The view looks south east across fields. A house can be seen to the right of the photo.
[internal reference; 6293:CLIB Hunslet 27]
[5]
Burial Grounds (Hunslet Cemetery) (Hunslet)
Black & White image10th September 1953.Picture shows the extension of the burial grounds in Hunslet Cemetery. View looks south west across fields and towards houses.
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