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

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Dewsbury Road, St. Peter's Church (Beeston) (14 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of St. Peter's Church in Dewsbury Road at the junction with Moor Road. A group of men can be seen standing on the corner near the pillar box and in front of the War Memorial. St. Peter's Church, in the Hunslet Moor locality, was consecrated on 2nd July, 1868. The original building cost was £6000 on land given by the Lords of the Manor of Hunslet Moor. St. Peter's is constructed in brick and stone with dressings of white sandstone following the early decorated style. It was designed by architects, Perkin and Son of Leeds and includes a south west tower with a spire rising to 128 feet in height (over 38 metres). Flats in St. Peter's Court now occupy the site where St. Peter's Church once stood.
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Dewsbury Road, St. Peter's Church, War Memorial (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the War Memorial in the grounds of St. Peter's Church at the corner of Dewsbury Road and Moor Road. It is situated in the locality of Hunslet Moor. The houses in the background are across Dewsbury Road in Dewsbury Terrace. St. Peter's Court, flats, now occupies the site of the Church.
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Footbridge over York Road Flyover, Inner Ring Road (Quarry Hill) (2 comments)
Colour imagec1991/2. A workman on an access platform is painting the footbridge crossing the York Road flyover at Quarry Hill. It is adjacent to Quarry House which at the time was in the process of being built. The footbridge descends to St. Mary's Street at the other side, right. The red brick wall on the right is the boundary of St. Peter's Church of England Primary School, formerly St. Charles Roman Catholic School dating from 1873. St. Peter's School moved to new premises in September 1993. Below the footbridge is the eastbound York Road flyover which opened 4th February 1973.
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Footbridge over York Road Flyover, painting in progress (Quarry Hill) (1 comment)
Colour imagec1991/2. Two workmen on an access platform are painting the footbridge over York Road Flyover. The footbridge crosses the road from Quarry House, the Department of Health and Social Security, (under construction at the time of this image) to St. Mary's Street. Behind the workers the playground of St. Peter's Church of England Primary School is visible with red brick walls surrounding it. The school re-located to a new site in Cromwell Street in 1993, situated behind the old site. The old red brick building dates from 1873 when it opened as St. Charles Roman Catholic School. The high rise flats in the background are Cromwell Heights, off Cromwell Street.
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Interior of Parish Church, postcard (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated. Colour-tinted postcard showing the interior of Leeds Parish Church, St. Peter's, looking towards the altar. This church, designed by Robert Chantrell and built in 1838-41, was probably the fourth church to occupy the site on Kirkgate, where a church has stood since at least the 8th or 9th century.
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