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Search Aspect ( rear view )
Location - Leeds & District

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Fenton Place, Rear View (Hunslet)
Black & White image15th July 1959 On the right of the image are numbers 3 and 4 Fenton PLace, two through-by-light terraced houses. On the right is the damaged roof of out buildings.
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St Edward's Church, rear view (Clifford)
Black & White image29th July 1935 View of the rear of the Roman Catholic Church of St Edward which stands at the junction of Chapel Lane with High Street. Below the cross the rose window is visible flanked by two smaller windows dedicated to St Edward and St Joseph. Scaffolding is in place on the tower during some alterations and renovations. The tower was not completed until 1866 due to shortage of funds and was paid for by Ralph Grimston, and designed by architect George Goldic. It deviates from the from the original intended design and is Romanesque in style with a high sloping roof.
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St Edward's Church, rear view (Clifford)
Black & White image29th July 1935 View showing the rear of St Edward's Church and part of the Churchyard. the Roman Catholic Church, dating from 1848, was undergoing renovation at the time of this photograph. The cross and decorative rose window are visible. St Edward's Church stands at the junction of Chapel Lane with the High Street.
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St Edward's Church, rear view (Clifford)
Black & White image29th July 1935 Rear view of St Edward's Church showing the tower and rose window. Scaffolding has been erected on the tower as, during this period, considerable work was being carried out on the building and surrounding area. St Edward's Church dates from 1848 and answered a need for the growing Catholic community within the village.
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