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Search Aspect ( Trentham Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Brompton Grove and Brompton View, from Brompton Terrace (Beeston)
Colour image1989. View from Brompton Terrace showing the junctions with Brompton Grove (right) and Brompton View. Terraced houses numbered 1 and 3 Brompton Grove and 1 Brompton View can be seen. Brompton Terrace leads down to Trentham Street on the left. The houses visible on the left edge of the photo are on Colwyn View.
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Tempest Road, Trinity United Methodist Church (Beeston) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Trinity United Methodist Church at the junction of Tempest Road with Trentham Street. The Church was built to accommodate 550 people and was part of the South Leeds circuit of 11 United Methodist Churches.
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Tempest Road, Trinity United Methodist Church, Interior View (Beeston)
Black & White imageUndated. An interior view of Trinity United Methodist Church at the junction of Tempest Road with Trentham Street. It was one of 11 United Methodist Churches on the South Leeds circuit and seated 550 people. In 1923 there were five Members of Clergy sharing the duties and services.
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Tempest Road, Trinity United Methodist Church, now part of Hamara Centre (Beeston)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. View of Trinity United Methodist Church located on Tempest Road at the junction with Trentham Street. It has recently been transformed into the new Hamara Centre, a £700,000 funded by the New Opportunities Fund, Leeds City Council and various trusts.
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Trentham Avenue from the junction with Trentham Street (Beeston) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of red brick terraced homes in Trentham Avenue from the junction with Trentham Street. Entrances are approached by steps up from small gardens.
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