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

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Church Street, showing volunteers making up the Auxiliary Fire Service or Wetherby Rescue Party (Wetherby)
Black & White image1944 The Fire Service was augmented in 1941 to deal with war-time incidents such as air crashes and aircraft fires. Here, the volunteer rescue workers pose for the camera in Church Street. They are wearing tin hats marked with the letter 'R' for 'Rescue'. The Fire Service were supplied with a new foam tender designed specially for aircraft fires in 1941. Wetherby Parish Church of St. James is visible in the background.
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New Farnley, showing Furnace Row, St. James's Church and Church Farm (Farnley)
Black & White imagec1909/1910. Old postcard view of New Farnley showing terraced homes in Furnace Row. Also visible is St. James's Church. This is the original corrugated iron church built in 1863 by the Farnley Iron Company, founded by four members of the Armitage family. It was replaced by a brick-built church in 1959. Church Farm, with grazing cattle, can be seen in the background. The postcard is thought to date from around 1909 or 1910.
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River Wharfe, looking across to Westgate. (Wetherby)
Colour image22nd March 2006. View across the River Wharfe to Westgate. On the left the footbridge can be seen and in the background, right, the square tower of St. James's Church is visible in Church Street. The complex of apartments is called Riverside.
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Seacroft Clinic, Seacroft Avenue (Seacroft)
Colour imagec late 1960s. View of Seacroft Clinic on Seacroft Avenue, including the Maternity and Child Welfare Clinic. This was built c1965 as part of the new Seacroft Centre development. In the background is The Green, the old centre of Seacroft village, with St. James's Church in the centre and the Cricketers' Arms public house on the right. Part of Seacroft Grange Primary School can be seen on the left.
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Seacroft Hall, view across the lake (Seacroft) (11 comments)
Black & White imagec.1860-70. View of Seacroft Hall from the south, across the lake. The top-hatted gentleman in the foreground is thought to be John Wilson, Esq, but it is uncertain who the lady is. She may be his wife, Anna Maria Isabella, nee McLeod, or possibly his daughter, Constance, who married Rev. Charles John Aylmer Eade. John Wilson was born in 1808 and died at Seacroft Hall on 29th January 1891. He was educated at Rugby School and Trinity College, Cambridge and went on to become a JP for the West Riding of Yorkshire and a Captain in the 2nd West Yorkshire Militia. The Seacroft estate was bought by John Wilson Snr, of Camp Hall, Water Lane (1731-1821). He was in the linen trade. The last owner of the Hall was Darcy Bruce Wilson M.A., Barrister at Law, JP, Captain Yorkshire Hussars, who died, unmarried, at Seacroft Hall on 5th January 1931. The estate was subsequently sold to Leeds Corporation and the Hall was demolished in 1953-4. The lake in view was a large ornamental pond. This was filled in and the land later used as Parklands High School's sports fields. The school opened in 1958. The spire belongs to the Church of St. James on Seacroft Village Green. It was built to designs by Benjamin Russell of Leeds in 1845 and is now a listed building.
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