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Results Found (75), Result Page (1 of 15)
Search Aspect ( Upper Wortley Road )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Bethel Congregational Chapel, Harvest Festival (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of the Bethel Congregational Chapel on Upper Wortley Road, showing the pulpit decorated for a Harvest Festival. The date is unknown but probably pre-Second World War.
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Bethel Congregational Chapel, World War One Honours Board (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of the Bethel Congregational Chapel on Upper Wortley Road, showing the Roll of Honour board for those killed in action in the First World War. The date is unknown but probably pre-Second World War.
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Goodwin Road, Upper Wortley Road nos. 98, 100, 102 (Wortley) (6 comments)
Black & White image3rd August 1961, Goodwin Road is to the left, at the corner with Upper Wortley Road is a shop, number 102. Next a ladies and childrens clothing business at 100 'Annes'. To the right number 98 is a grocers run by Eva M. Leggot.
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Goodwin Street nos. 2, 4, 6, Upper Wortley Road no 104a (Rear View) (Wortley)
Black & White image14th August 1961, This view is looking across waste land, on the left is part of Goodwin Street, numbers 2, 4, 6. In the centre is the rear view of number 104a Upper Wortley Road. To the right is the back of 106 Upper Wortley Road.
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Goodwin Street, from Thornhill Place (Wortley)
Black & White imagec1967-68. View taken from an attic window of no. 2 Thornhill Place showing, on the left edge, the gable end of a block of houses on Goodwin Street numbered in ascending order from no. 1. On the right, nos. 2-6 Goodwin Street can be seen. Visible beyond the houses is Bethel Congregational Chapel on Upper Wortley Road. The field in the foreground was shortly to be redeveloped as the site of Westholme home for the aged.
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