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Search Aspect (St John''s Church )
Location - Leeds & District

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Farrer Lane, horse and cart (Oulton) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Farrer Lane, Oulton which was formerly known as Welles End Lane or locally as Dye House Bridge Lane. A man and woman pose in the road with a horse and cart being driven. This area contained some of the oldest houses in the village, all owned at one time or another by the Calverley Family. They were offered for sale to the tennants 1924. The spire of St John's Church can be seen in the background.
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Mark Lane, Harrison's Almhouses (City Centre)
Black & White image28th May 1930 View shows Harrison's almhouses on junction of Woodhouse Lane and tower with Mark Lane. The grounds of St John the Evangelist Church is to the right. The cleared land in the foreground is the site of Lewis's.
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Merrion Street, looking south (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image15th March 1948. Looking south from Merrion Street across the rest garden towards Lewis's store. St John's Church is on the left.
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Merrion Street, St John's Church (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated, Image shows the site of present Garden of Rest, Merrion Street with St John's Church and Almhouses in the background. Completed in 1634 by John Harrison, merchant and one of Leeds most generous benefactors he also built the Almhouses.
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New Briggate (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated, Image shows a cobbled street at the rear of Lewis's department store visible on the right. On the left is St John's Church. A number of trunks are parked in the road one bearing the slogan 'You get value at Lewis's'. Just visible in the foreground on the right is a sign above a ramped access doorway reading 'Pram Park'. In the distance is New Briggate.
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