|||Ackroyd Street, number 20, grocery shop and off license (Morley) (1 comment)
View of number 20 Ackroyd Street, a grocery business and off licence. Ackroyd Street is visible on the far right, but there is an entrance on Annie Street, seen in the foreground. To the left the shop is at the junction with Annie Square. In Kelly's Directory of the West Riding of Yorkshire for 1917 the shop was run by Horace Kenyon, Grocer and Wine & Spirit Merchant. There is some faded advertising on the exterior wall. At the right edge of the image there is the stone built Salvation Army Hall in Ackroyd Street. The foundation stone for this was laid in 1907 and the building replaced the old barracks in Albion Street.
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|||Ackroyd Street, Salvation Army Barracks, Stone laying ceremony (Morley)
|6th April 1907.
View of the ceremony to mark the laying of the foundation stone for the new Salvation Army Barracks in Ackroyd Street. This building was to replace the old barracks in Albion Street, where members and friends had gathered before marching to Ackroyd Street for the ceremony. The Mayor of Morley, Alderman Samuel Rhodes, is seen here at the start of the opening hymn.
Photograph by David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Ackroyd Street, Salvation Army Hall, Laying of Memorial Stone (Morley) (1 comment)
|1907. Councillor J. T. Horsfall laying a memorial stone at the Salvation Army's new citadel at the corner of Ackroyd Street and Marshall Street. It looks as if there are other memorial stones to lay. The notice board at the entrance to the site states that the main contractor of the new Halls is Isaac Newton of Ackroyd Street. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Branksome Street from the junction with Queen's Road (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
This view taken by Eric Jaquier in 1969 shows children playing at the junction of Queen's Road and Branksome Street (the short street of terraced housing seen in the background). It has a high wall running along the far end. The houses with the small gardens on the left of the picture are actually the backs of numbers 28 to 34 Alexandra Road. The houses on the right are the backs, with back yards, of numbers 2 to 12 Branksome Terrace. The chimney seen belongs to Spring Grove House, a Salvation Army Industrial Home for women. The 1947 Directory of Leeds lists Major Goulding as the warden. Nowadays, the dome of the Leeds Hindu Mandir, the first Hindu Temple to be built in Leeds, towers behind the wall. The temple is situated at number 36 Alexandra Road.
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|||Coupland Road, Salvation Army Citadel (Garforth)
View shows a group of Salvation Army members outside their Citadel on Coupland Road. This was a wooden building with a corrugated iron roof situated just off Main Street. When the alignment of the junction with Main Street was changed in 1927 the Citadel had to be demolished. Included in the picture, from left to right, are : back row - Philip Mallison, Albert Kilburn, Gilbert Mallison; middle row - John Higgins, Tommy Kilburn (bandmaster), Major D. Thornton and an unknown female officer; front row - children Molly Mallison and Peggy Mallison
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