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

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St. Saviour's Church, East Street, Postcard (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated. This church was consecrated in 1845. The parish clergy were active in their attempts to bring help and comfort to their parishioners, for example, during the cholera outbreaks of the 1800s.
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St. Saviour's Church, East Street, Postcard (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view with oak screen. This church is still standing.
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St. Saviour's Church, Ellerby Road (Richmond Hill)
Colour image2007. Exterior view of St. Saviour's Church on Ellerby Road. Consecrated in 1845, this Anglican Church was designed by John MacDuff Derick in a Gothic Revival style. It is now a Grade I listed building. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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The Cavalier public house, Ellerby Road (Cross Green)
Colour image15th March 2015. Image shows 'The Cavalier' public-house situated at number 10 Ellerby Road, at the junction with Morpeth Place. As can be seen, this hostelry is still functioning, whereas two others 'The Spring Close' and 'The Yew Tree', both very close by, are not. The junction with Willis Street is in the foreground at the left edge. Behind the Cavalier, St. Saviour's Church and vicarage (number 28) are visible. Image courtesy of Graham A. Schofield.
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