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Search Aspect ( St. Mary''s Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Rider Street (St. Mary's Lane) (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White image2nd July 1956. View across St. Mary's Lane along Rider Street from the Lych Gate of St. Mary's Church. The building opposite is Parochial Hall. The wall in the foreground has partly fallen down. An advertising board to the right has posters for "Housing Act" on it.
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St. Mary's Church, aerial view (Mabgate)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view centred on St. Mary's Church. Designed by Thomas Taylor, it was built in 1823 following the Million Act in which one million pounds of Government money was set aside for the building of churches in urban areas. St. Mary's Street is to the right of the church then St. Charles' R.C. School. Just visible at the top right corner is St. Patrick's R.C. Church with its Parochial Hall in front. St. Mary's Sunday School is behind St. Mary's Church, alongside St. Mary's Lane which runs across the top. To the left are terraced houses on New Church Place, Ward's Fold and Linsley Row. The latter two streets had been completely demolished by 1950 dating the photo to before then.
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St. Mary's Church, aerial view (Mabgate)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of St. Mary's Church, Mabgate, situated on St. Mary's Street, seen to the right. This church, designed by Thomas Taylor, was built between 1823 and 1827. The Sunday School is the building behind. Terraced housing can be seen in the background, on New Church Place, Old Hall Street, Lyndhurst Street, Rider Street, St. Mary's Lane, Ward's Fold and Linsley Row. This housing has all now been demolished, as has the church; some of it (Ward's Fold and Linsley Row on the left) had gone by 1950, dating the photo to before then.
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St. Mary's Church, East End, from the direction of St. Mary's Lane (Quarry Hill) (7 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. This image shows St. Mary's Church in Quarry Hill, now demolished. It was one of the 'Waterloo' Churches funded by the Government to celebrate the end of the Napoleonic wars. The Government had recognised the need to build more Churches in densely populated urban areas and brought in the Million Act. One million pounds was set aside nation wide and Leeds was able to fund three; Christ Church in Meadow Lane, St. Mark's at Woodhouse and St. Mary's. The foundation stones of St. Mary's and Christ Church were laid on the same day of 29th January 1823. The procession left the Court House at 10.00 a.m. to proceed to the Parish Church where a service took place before continuing to the site of the new Church. The architect, Thomas Taylor was present amongst other local dignitaries. On 12th October 1826 the Church was consecrated by the Archbishop of York, Doctor Harcourt. In 1976, in the year of it's 150th anniversary St. Mary's had become derelict and was scheduled for demolition. The tower, as seen in this image, was demolished at 7.00 p.m on Sunday 17th June in 1979. The Church was designed by Thomas Taylor in a simplified version of the Early English style in order to keep to keep costs to a minimum (£12,520). Photograph courtesy of Stephen Howden.
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St. Mary's Lane, St. Mary's Church (Quarry Hill) (2 comments)
Black & White image2nd July 1956. View of damage to the stone wall of St. Mary with Good Shepherd Church, Quarry Hill. The church's notice board is prominent, with details of the then current vicar, clergy and service times. Behind is the church's Sunday school building.
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