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Search Aspect (St.Lawrence )
Location - Leeds & District

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Parish Church of St.Lawrence, Stained Glass Window (Pudsey)
Colour image2000/2001 Image shows a stained glass window located in the Parish Church of St.Lawrence located in Church Lane. It depicts St.Peter, St.James and St.John. The church was built in the Gothic Revival Style to designs by Thomas Taylor of Leeds. It dates from 1821 and was commissioned under the "Million Act". The windows were of plain, diamond lead glass originally and the stained glass was added at a later date.
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Parish Church of St.Lawrence, Stained Glass Window, Pudsey (Pudsey)
Colour image2000/2001 View of a stained glass, three-light window belonging to the Pudsey Church of St.Lawrence. The church was built at a cost of £13,360 pounds in 1821 under the "Million Act", brought in by the government to provide more churches across the country. The original windows were of clear, diamond leaded glass but the stained glass was fitted later. St.Lawrence's Church is located in Church Street.
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Pudsey Parish Church of St.Lawrence and St.Paul, Pudsey (Pudsey)
Colour imageC2000 View of Pudsey Parish Church, the Church of St. Lawrence, and St.Paul, located in Church Lane. The church was built in 1821 at the cost of £13,362 pounds, but has been renovated and altered over the years. It underwent a major renovation in 1907, under the direction of architects, Austin and Poley. The seating accommodation was extended to 2,000 sittings.
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Pudsey Parish Church of St.Lawrence, Church Lane, Pudsey (Pudsey)
Colour image2000/2001. View of Pudsey Parish Church of St.Lawrence located in Church Lane. It is one of the "Million act" Churches, commissioned by the government, using a one million pound fund they set aside for the building of new churches country-wide. The church was designed in the Gothic Revival Style by Thomas Taylor of Leeds and built by Messrs. Hainsworth & co. in 1921. The clock was made by William Potts of Pudsey in 1864. the Church of St.Lawrence is Grade 2 Listed.
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Pudsey Parish Church of St.Lawrence, Stained Glass Window (Pudsey)
Colour image2000/2001 View of a three-light, stained glass window located in the Parish Church of St.Lawrence, Church Lane. Originally, when it was built in 1821, the church had only plain, diamond leaded glass windows as it was commissioned by the government under the "million act", using funding set aside for new churches country-wide. The stained glass in the nave was added from 1900.
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