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Location - Leeds & District

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Main Street, Scholes, York Road (Scholes) (2 comments)
Colour image2000. This view of Main Street, Scholes is looking in the direction of York Road. On the left is the Methodist Church with the gable end fronting the road. On the right is the Barleycorn public house.
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Scholes Methodist Church, Main Street, Scholes (Scholes)
Colour image2000. View of the red-brick built Methodist Church constituted in 1879. When it was originally built the seats were rented with only the seats at the side of the organ and near the school room door being free. It cost three shillings per year to rent the front centre and side pews and the back seats were four shillings per year. Main Street is in the foreground.
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Scholes Methodist Church, Main Street, Scholes (Scholes)
Colour image2000. View of the frontage of Scholes Methodist Church, Main Street, built in 1875 on land given by Thomas Crosland of Scholes Park Farm. Previously, the early Methodists had met for many years in a granary at Green Lodge Farm, now known as Cullen's Farm. The building of this chapel was instigated by Edward Gray of Morwick Hall and there is a badger carved into the stonework of the large window, which is part of the crest of the Gray family.
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