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Results Found (88), Result Page (1 of 18)
Search Aspect ( Sunday School )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Alfred Terrace, numbers 2 -10 (Morley)
Black & White imageUndated. Late 1950s view of numbers 2-10 Alfred Terrace, a row of brick terraced houses with dustbins at the end. Empty washing lines are visible in the foreground and two of the homes have television aerials. St. Mary's Congregational Church Sunday School is seen in the background at the right edge. Brighton Square is situated at the rear of these houses.
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Armley Mission Church Sunday School (Armley)
Black & White image2nd February 1968. The image shows the front of the Sunday School taken from Ley Lane. A Cross has been built into the wall above the central window which has been boarded over, as have all the other windows.On the right are some railings separating the building from a section of waste land. The buildings just visible on the left are Pariliament Road and the buildings in the background is the back of Wilton Terrace.
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Armley Mission Church Sunday School (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White image2nd February 1968. Image shows view of Sunday school on Ley Lane. The building is boarded up, however still visible on the right is the old porch and stairs the building is surrounded by overgrown land and railings. Building on the far left is the back of the Wilton Terace Houses and the gable end on the far right is Parliament Place
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Austhorpe Road, Cross Gates Wesleyan Methodist Church (Cross Gates) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View showing Cross Gates Wesleyan Methodist Church situated on Austhorpe Road. To the left is the Sunday School which was the original church built in 1882 and opened on 6th December of that year. Within 11 years due to the expansion of population in the village this church had become too small and a much larger one was built next door, opening on 13th May 1893.
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Back Green Methodist Chapel and Sunday School, Back Green (Churwell)
Colour imageJuly 1968. View of Back Green Methodist Chapel and Sunday School, Back Green. Later, the second storey was removed and the chapel sold off eventually. The church transferred to the school room. Croft Farm is the white building to the left of the church buildings. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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