|||Back Green Methodist Church and Springwell House (Churwell)
View looking back towards Back Green Methodist Church and Springwell House. Snow covers the ground and roof tops in this scene photographed by W.J. Monger. It was taken on the path leading towards the railway. To the right of the path is Back Green Methodist Church and to the right of the church, Croft Farm. Left of the path is Springwell House (now demolished). The large building behind the house was originally a rag warehouse. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Springwell House (Churwell)
View of the substantial, stone-built Springwell House. Springwell House in Back Green is now demolished. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Springwell House, and in the distance Coteroyd House (Churwell)
View from Back Green showing the stone built Springwell House in the centre, with green-painted woodwork. Behind it, in the background, is Coteroyd House, with white window frames. At the left edge, part of Back Green Methodist Chapel is visible with the Sunday School behind. Photograph by David Atkinson, part of the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Springwell View, Springwell House (Holbeck)
View of Springwell House on Springwell View. The building appears unoccupied with its ground floor boarderd up, but its previous occupants have included William Clarkson, carting agent, and Rufus Hutchinson, coal merchant. Advertising hoardings on the right are promoting a performance by Marc Almond.
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|||Victoria Place, Springwell House, allotments and Back Green Church (Churwell) (2 comments)
This scene, taken from the path leading towards the railway, shows Victoria Place on the left and Springwell House, with green woodwork, in the centre. To the right of Springwell House, Back Green Methodist Church can be seen. All of these buildings are now demolished except for the church which has been converted to flats. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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