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Search Aspect ( Pavilion )
Location - Leeds & District

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Church Street, north-east side (Hunslet)
Black & White imagec1932. View of the north-east side of Church Street. It shows old shop properties, including Hunslet Fisheries in the centre at number 2 Church Street. In 1927 (Kelly's Directory of Leeds) it had been the business of Alfred Hartley. At the left edge, at number 4, is a grocer's run by Mrs. Lucy Annie Peace. The junction with Low Road and the Regal Cinema are at the right edge. The cinema, at number 50 Low Road, opened as the Pavilion Picture Palace in 1913. It changed its name to the Regal in 1930. The photograph can be dated by the advertisement for the 1932 film "The Girl from Chicago" with Grace Smith and Carl Mahon. Numbers 2 and 4 Church Street were two of the old properties in the area shortly to be demolished. Several men are in the picture, including a man in uniform and peaked cap.
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Cricket Pavilion, Church Lane (Garforth)
Black & White image1909. View of the cricket pavilion situated in the north-east corner of the cricket ground in Church Lane. This was the original pavilion, now demolished. It was painted in the traditional colours of green and white. The ground was laid out by Job Barber. He is recorded as a gardener of Barley Hill in White's Directory of 1891. The cricket club was originally called the 'Club for Garforth Gentlemen'. It amalgamated with Garforth Colliery Team and then became known as Garforth Cricket Club. These spectators are seated in front of the pavilion for F.P. Fawcett's cricket match held in the August of 1909.
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Farnley Iron Company, Pavilion (Farnley) (3 comments)
Black & White image20th July 1927 View of the pavilion in Farnley Iron Company's Recreation ground.
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Fountain Junction, from Queen Street (Morley)
Black & White image1950. A photograph of the Fountain junction, looking from Queen Street at the bottom towards High Street on the left, South Queen Street ahead and Fountain Street on the right. On the left hand side is D. Dickinson, house furnisher, a shop which later became a launderette and then burned down. Across the road is the Pavilion cinema. Further up South Queen Street the wooden shops of the former Stephenson's photographic studio are still there as well as South Queen Street Working Mens' Club. The parade of shops on the other side of the road ends at Gallons corner shop, a grocery store which is still exhorting people to "Ration here" and insists it is giving "Best Points Value". Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Fountain Junction, from Queen Street (Morley)
Colour image2nd September 1999. View of the Fountain Junction from Queen Street, Showing the start of the pedestrianised area. A bus coming out of South Queen Street has to turn off onto Fountain Street to the right. The former New Pavilion Theatre can be seen on the corner of South Queen Street. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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