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Search Aspect ( St. Andrew''s Church )
Location - Leeds & District

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Robin Lane, from Crawshaw Hill (Pudsey)
Black & White image8th January 1982. View of Robin Lane taken from Crawshaw Hill. St. Andrew's Methodist Church is seen towards the left. Built in a Tudor Gothic style, this church dates from 1901. Moving right, the row of houses visible is Longfield Terrace. A light covering of snow is seen on undisturbed ground.
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Robin Lane, St. Andrew's Methodist Church (Pudsey)
Black & White image8th January 1982. View of Robin Lane looking north showing St. Andrew's Methodist Church on the right. The church, dating from 1901, is built in a Tudor Gothic style. To the left of the church is Longfield Road, the houses in the centre being nos. 1 and 2. On the far left is a row of shops including The Fruit Bowl. In the foreground, snow covers the ground of a car park.
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Yeadon, churches & chapels, Postcard (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Yeadon Churches and Chapels printed on a postcard entitled 'Greetings From the Churches'. Top left is St. Andrew's Church in the Gothic style. It was paid for by public subscription and cost £3,500. The Bishop of Ripon opened St. Andrew's in 1891, and it could accommodate a congregation of 350. In the top centre is the old Wesleyan Chapel in Chapel Lane dating from 1766. It was known as St. Andrews' until the new church was built in 1891 as after 1854 it was run as a Church of England Mission Hall and school. Top right is St. John's Church and it was built at a cost of £3,000 in 1845 when the parish was formed from the parish of Guiseley. It has sittings for 417 and is designed in the Pointed style. At the bottom left hand side is Yeadon Methodist Church situated on Devonshire Place at the corner with South View Road, as seen from the High Street with a glimpse of the Town Hall on the left. The Methodist Church dates from 1875. Queen Street Chapel in the centre, bottom, was built in 1865 and was originally called the United Methodist Chapel. Bottom right is the Wesleyan Chapel built in 1834 in Chapel Hill. It was demolished in the 1950s.
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