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Search Aspect ( stonemason )
Location - Leeds & District

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Beckett Park Teacher Training College, stonemasons (Headingley)
Black & White imagec1911. A group of stonemasons pose for a photograph in the grounds of Beckett Park where they were working on the construction of the teacher training college which opened in 1913. The boy seated second from right in the front row is Edward Hall, born in 1894, who is described as an apprentice stonemason, aged 16, on the 1911 census.
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Beckett Park Teacher Training College, stonemasons (Headingley) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1911. View shows a group of stonemasons outside their workshop at Beckett Park where they were working on the construction of the teacher training college which opened in 1913. Large stone blocks are piled up in the foreground. The boy seen third from the right is Edward Hall, born in 1894, who is described as an apprentice stonemason, aged 16, on the 1911 census.
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Beckett Street, stonemasons (Burmantofts) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows a group of stonemasons at the yard on Beckett Street where they worked. Believed to be situated opposite what is now St. James's Hospital, it may have been the premises of James Marr, monumental mason of 128 Beckett Street. One of the men is thought to be Joseph Coultas.
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