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Search Aspect ( Mount Pleasant Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Lane End in the snow (Pudsey) (1 comment)
Colour image1981. Image shows Lane End after a heavy snowfall. Properties ae stone-built and number from the far left, 67, 69, 71, 73, 75, 77 with a glimpse of 79 at the right edge. On the extreme left is the garden wall of number 65 Lane End. Deep snow has obscured most of the road apart from some tyre tracks where cars have managed to get through. These houses are where Lane End meets Mount Pleasant Road.
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St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Mount Pleasant Road (Pudsey)
Colour image1975. View of St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School located in Mount Pleasant Road. The school building was originally a church and school combined and opened on Sunday 19th April 1884. Two school rooms were provided, one for infants, and the church was able to hold 400 people. In 1913 the church was moved to a separate, timber-framed building and was eventually transferred to a new rustic brick building designed by Charles Fox in 1933. St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School has been modernised and extended over the years to fit in with the requirements of modern educational needs.
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St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Mount Pleasant Road (Pudsey)
Colour image1975. Image shows St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Mount Pleasant Road. Originally, the building combined both the church and schoolrooms and it dates from 1884. In 1913 a separate, timber-framed church was constructed which existed for 20 years before a new brick church opened, built to designs by Charles Fox in 1933. St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School has been added to over the decades and much modernised, however it still retains the character of the original gothic style 19th century building.
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St.Joseph's Presbytery Church, Mount Pleasant Road, Pudsey (Pudsey)
Colour image2000/2001 View of St.Joseph's Presbytery Church in Mount Pleasant Road. The red brick building dates from 1933 when it replaced the 1913 timber-framed Parish Hall which had been used as the church. The original gothic chapel located in The Lanes, dates from 1883 when the Parish was formed. Eventually, a school was needed for the growing Catholic population of Pudsey, and part of the old, victorian church was designated for this purpose. It remains a school today but an extension was built in 1959. Other major alterations have taken place over the years to meet modern standards.
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