leodis logo

Leeds City Council

Open archives compliant site

Supported by BIG Lottery Fund

Enrich UK Lottery Fund

Results Found (3), Result Page (1 of 1)
Search Aspect (Cragg Hill )
Location - Leeds & District

Burley Lane after a heavy snowfall (Horsforth)
Black & White image2011. View of Burley Lane after a heavy snowfall. Burley Lane runs between Stanhope Drive and the junction with Cragg Hill. The modern town houses on the right replaced old stone built terrace properties in Burley Lane, Cragg Hill, Cragg Hill Terrace, Chapel View and Yeadon Row. In the foreground, left, is a gateway belonging to a house in Cragg Terrace.
[internal reference; 2012911_174031:LEO 6943]
Cragg Hill Zion Baptist Chapel (Horsforth)
Black & White image2001. View of the old Cragg Hill Zion Baptist Chapel, situated on the corner of Cragg Hill. It dates from the very early 19th century, c1801 to 1803, originally had sittings for 500 people and is now Grade II listed. The chapel is to the left of the picture but the main focus of the photograph is 'Chapel Cottage' a three storey cottage attached to the west side. The top storey is accessed by a cantilevered flight of external steps. At the point where the steps turn there is a blocked door which would once haved led through to the chapel. The gable end to the right edge is part of a terrace of old stone built houses, Cragg Terrace. Modern town houses are visible in the background, right. Out of shot on the right is what had been the Zion Sunday School. This is now part of South Parade Baptist Church and the original chapel is a nursery addressed as Cherubs Kindergarton, Chapel Cottage, 18 Cragg Hill.
[internal reference; 2012911_174036:LEO 6948]
Cragg Terrace from Cragg Hill (Horsforth)
Black & White image2000. View of old stone terrace properties off Cragg Hill. The houses are addressed as Cragg Terrace and run in an odd-numbered sequence from number 1, in the foreground.
[internal reference; 2012911_174032:LEO 6944]