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Search Aspect ( working men''s club )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Beeston Working Men's Club (Beeston) (2 comments)
Black & White image27th October 1949. View from Wesley Street, looking south, shows Beeston Working Men's Club on Silver Street. Piles of junk and a dirt track are in the foreground.
[internal reference; 6961:CLIN Beest 1]
[2]
Burley Working Mens Club - demolition (Burley)
Black & White image12th November 1907. Demolition site of Burley Working Men's Club, Cross Cardigan Mount.
[internal reference; 660:CLIB Burley 15]
[3]
Burley Working Mens Club - demolition (Burley)
Black & White image12th November 1907. emolition site of Burley Working Men's Club, Cross Cardigan Mount, looking towards Kirkstall Road.
[internal reference; 661:CLIB Burley 14]
[4]
Churwell schools and their pupils, postcard view (Churwell)
Black & White imagec1920s. Postcard view of Churwell Schools with a number of pupils congregating in School Street. Three boys are perched on a gatepost, the gateway to the Headmaster's house. The view looks from the direction of Elland Road down School Street to Old Road. A horse-and-cart can be seen entering Old Road. In the background Churwell Working Men's Club is visible.
[internal reference; 2009622_169154:C0077-Post]
[5]
Cross Cardigan Mount, nos.1/3, Working Men's Club (Burley)
Black & White image9th May 1967 Pair of houses, to the left numbers 1/3 Cross Cardigan Mount. The next pair are the Cardigan Working Men's Club, 'Manns' beer was sold. The River Aire ran behind these properties.
[internal reference; 200324_78950137:WYAS (Cardigan Terrace) Box no 28, no 98]