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Search Aspect ( Methodist Chapel )
Location - Leeds & District

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Andover Place, Lady Pit Lane, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Progress Works (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image22nd November 1965 View of the rear and side of what was once the Lady Pit Lane Methodist Chapel, originally called Wesleyan. It was built to seat 250 people. By the time this photograph was taken it had closed as a chapel and undergone a change of use to a sheet metal working and light engineering works by the name of Progress Works, occupied by Thompson Green and Co Ltd.
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Asda Queens Supermarket, formerly Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Chapel, Fountain Street (Morley) (1 comment)
Colour imageOctober 1968. View of the former Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Chapel in Fountain Street shortly after it had been renovated and turned into a shop and offices for the Asda Queens supermarket. In comparison to an earlier image on the Leodis website, it is possible to see that the steps and wall which separated the chapel from the causeway have been considerably altered and the trees removed. The carving has been effaced from the pediment and the memorial stones at the base of the four pillars in front of the chapel. When Asda's new supermarket and offices on the Howley Park Estate were ready, about 1970, the firm then moved up there. This building was sold to Phillip's auctioneers for nearly twenty years, and then it was bought by Handyman's Stores. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Back Green Methodist Chapel and Sunday School, Back Green (Churwell)
Colour imageJuly 1968. View of Back Green Methodist Chapel and Sunday School, Back Green. Later, the second storey was removed and the chapel sold off eventually. The church transferred to the school room. Croft Farm is the white building to the left of the church buildings. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Back Green Methodist Sunday School Building (Churwell)
Colour imageJuly 1968. View of the first Back Green Methodist Sunday School building. It was erected in 1829 on the opposite side of the road to Back Green Methodist Chapel. After the new Sunday School was built, this building was used as the Chapel's Institute. In 2006 it was converted into two houses. Research by Ronnie Barraclough.
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Back Green, looking north-east (Churwell)
Colour imageJuly 1968. View of Back Green looking north-east. W.L. Ingle Ltd. - Millshaw Leather Works is visible in the distance. On the left was the village institute under the supervision of Back Green Methodist Chapel. It was equipped for the playing of snooker and billiards. The site later became a builder's yard. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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