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

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North Street, St. Luke's Church (Leylands)
Black & White image23rd February 1930. St. Luke's Church, situated at the corner of Skinner Lane and North Street, was consecrated on October 4th 1841. Stone built designed by architects William Perkin and Elisha Backhouse. The vicar at this time, Rev. John Buchanan, included the Church of St. Thomas, Melbourne Street as part of his living.
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St. Luke's Church showing the church hall and community centre, Stanks Lane (Swarcliffe) (1 comment)
Colour image2000. A view of St. Luke's Church showing the church hall and community centre (with red painted doors and windows). This photograph is taken from the junction of Brayton Approach with Stanks Lane North.
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St. Luke's Church, Malvern Road (Beeston) (4 comments)
Colour image18th May 2007. View through the trees of St. Luke's Church in Malvern Road. It dates from 1872 when the ecclesiastical district of Beeston Hill was formed from the parishes of Holbeck and Hunslet. Image courtesy of Graham Schofield.
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St. Luke's Church, Malvern Road (Beeston)
Colour image18th May 2007. Image shows the Church of St. Luke located in Malvern Road. It was designed in the thirteenth century Gothic style by Leeds architects Messrs. Adam and Kelly. The ecclesiastical district of Beeston Hill was formed on 14th May 1872 from the parishes of Holbeck and Hunslet. St. Luke's was consecrated on 5th February 1872. The stained East window is a memorial to Robert Beacock who died in 1869. The photograph was taken from West View. Image courtesy of Graham Schofield.
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St. Luke's Church, Stanks Lane North (Swarcliffe) (1 comment)
Colour image2000. View looking across Stanks Lane North to St. Luke's Church. The entrance gates are flanked by wooden fencing. On the right is the church hall and community centre.
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