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Search Aspect (Chapel Allerton Methodist Church )
Location - Leeds & District

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Chapel Allerton Methodist Church, Harrogate Road (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imageMarch 1980. View of Chapel Allerton Methodist Church on Harrogate Road, looking from the junction with Stainbeck Lane. Built in an Early English style at a cost of £12,000, the foundation stone was laid on 26th May 1874. The church opened in 1877 with space to accommodate 1000 people. It has since been demolished, the last service having been held in November 1981.
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Lawrence Place, off Well Lane (Chapel Allerton) (3 comments)
Black & White image5th July 1948. View of Lawrence Place, off Well Lane. There is a yard behind a wall in the foreground. The wall is topped with barbed wire. The yard is bounded on the right by a stone building. On the left the ornate leaded windows of Chapel Allerton Methodist Church are visible. Chapel Allerton Methodist Church was demolished in the 1980s. The last service was held in November 1981.
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Stainbeck Lane, looking towards Harrogate Road (Chapel Allerton)
Colour imageMarch 1980. View of Stainbeck Lane looking towards the junction with Harrogate Road at Stainbeck Corner. On the left is Chapel Allerton Methodist Church, at the time derelict. Next is the church hall then a row of empty shops, ending with the Midland Bank by the junction with Town Street. The church, hall and row of shops would all soon be demolished and replaced with a more modern row, except for the Midland Bank which survives to this day (2018), though now named HSBC.
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Town Street from the east (Chapel Allerton) (4 comments)
Black & White image1st June 1963. Image shows Town Street looking from the east. The spire is that of Chapel Allerton Methodist Church. The stone house on the left is 'The Old House', number 22 Town Street. The sign for the Nags Head Public House is visible centrally.
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Well Lane looking south towards Chapel Allerton Methodist Church (Chapel Allerton) (7 comments)
Black & White image1st June 1963. View of Well Lane looking south towards Chapel Allerton Methodist Church taken from the junction with Regent Street,in the foreground. Stone dwellings, built in a random fashion, can be seen from the centre right. The Wesleyan Methodist Church stands close to the junction of Stainbeck Lane with Harrogate Road. It was built in the Early English Style in 1874 at a cost of £12,000. The foundation stone was laid on 26th May 1874. The Church opened in 1877 with accommodation for a congregation of 1000 people.
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