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Search Aspect ( Morley Town Hall )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial view of Morley Town Centre (Morley)
Black & White imageUndated Morley Top station is visible in the centre of the picture. On the top left edge of the picture, Scatcherd park & Morley Town Hall are visible. Queen street can be seen coming down to the bottom right of the picture.
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Aerial view of Morley Town Hall in Queen street. (Morley)
Black & White imageAugust 1967. Black and white aerial view of Morley Town Hall with the shadow of the clock tower cast across Queen Street. Wellington Street runs to the left of the Town Hall and Albion Street to the right, which continues on past the junction with Queen Street. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Albion Street from the Tower of Morley Town Hall (Morley)
Colour imageApril 1965. A view looking south-west across Albion Street from the tower of Morley Town Hall one Sunday morning. In the bottom right-hand corner is the hose tower from the old Morley Fire Station, and, above that, spare land where some buildings of the Queens Mill have been cleared away. A back-to-back stone terrace is beyond this. On the opposite side of Albion Street are various designs of brick and stone terraces which were cleared under slum demolition in 1972. After this date the only building that remained on this part of Albion Street was the Pentecostal Church (Church of the Nazarene), with the steeply pitched roof. This remained until 1984 when the roof was lifted up in the air during a violent gale and dropped back down on the building causing total destruction. The Church was then completely rebuilt to a modern design on exactly the same site, despite Morrison's Supermarket offering another plot of land away from the centre of the car park, which replaced much shown on this image. Dransfield's extensive timber yard was relocated near Tingley Mills, off Bridge Street. The tallest chimney here belongs to Field Mills (A. C. Watson) on Little Fountain Street. Field Lane was the old name for Fountain Street. The chimney to the right of this belongs to Parkfield Mills (T. K. Brumfitts). Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Alexandra Hall, Morley Town Hall (Morley)
Black & White image1921. View of Alexandra Hall within Morley Town Hall, with seating for over 1000 persons. Decorated wall and ceiling panels with Chandaliers are featured. There is a piano on the stage. The Town Hall was opened in 1895
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Banqueting Hall (Morley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1921. Banqueting Hall in Morley Town Hall. Photograph shows ornamental ceiling and lught fittings, wood panelling on walls, patterned carpet and banqueting tables and chairs. Morley Town Hall was opened in 1895.
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