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ABC Cinema, Vicar Lane (City Centre) (20 comments)
Black & White image1970. View showing the ABC Cinema on Vicar Lane. The Cinema opened on 19th November 1934 as the Ritz Cinema. The name changed to the ABC on 23rd May 1959. The photograph dates from when the ABC was re-opened as a twin cinema, on 5th April 1970, with showings of 'Paint Your Wagon' and 'Spring and Port Wine'. It then became the first triple cinema in Leeds when the former stalls area of ABC 2 was divided. The triple opened on Sunday 17th March 1974 with showings of 'The Sting', 'Paper Moon' and 'Walking Tall'. The cinema changed its name to the Cannon in March 1987, then to M.G.M. in 1991 with a reversal to the ABC in 1993. The final closure of the cinema was reported in the Evening Post as 17th February 2000, although, it said, closure had been 'on the cards' since Christmas.
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Aerial view of Bramham looking east (Bramham)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Bramham looking east, from the bottomon, New Road is on the left and Low Way is to the right. All Saints' Church stands on the oval shaped green space. To the left of the church is Back Lane and to the right, Vicarage Lane. The old Vicarage House is visible at the centre of the right edge. The cluster of houses at the bottom are in Fine Garth Close, and at the top, Prospect Bank. Touklston Lane is at the top right. The Old Hall can be seen left of centre.
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All Saints Church Choir (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White image1962. Image shows members of All Saints Church Choir, photographed in 1962. On the front row is the Vicar of All Saints, the Reverend Bernard B. Russell. Seated to the left of him is the Organist and Choirmaster, Mr. George H. Underwood. Mr. Underwood had been the organist at All Saints Church since 1937. He moved away from the Leeds area in 1962 when he retired to Rolleston-on-Dove in Staffordshire after over 25 years service to the church. His long service also included his membership of the Parish Church Council and management of the Day Schools. Some choir members are identified as follows: On the back row, from left to right, are Bill Hudson, Mr. Stirracher, Clive Shevins, ? Musgrave, Michael Russell and Eddie Shevins. On the middle row, first from the left is Martin Russell. Second in from the right on the middle row is Paul Hudson. The boy seated beside Reverend Russell is Stephen Russell. Any other identifications welcomed.
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All Souls Church, detail of a wooden carving (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the detail of a wood carving in All Souls Church. The church was consecrated in 1880 and was built as a memorial to the Vicar of Leeds, Dean Hook. All Souls Church is situated in Blackman Lane.
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All Souls Church, detail of angel carving (Woodhouse)
Colour imageUndated. Detail of carving depicting an angel bearing a cross at all Souls Church in Blackman Lane. The church was erected between 1876 and 1880 in memory of Dean Hook who was Vicar of Leeds between 1837 and 1859.
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