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Search Aspect (Ward''s Fold )
Location - Leeds & District

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St. Mary's Church, aerial view (Mabgate)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view centred on St. Mary's Church. Designed by Thomas Taylor, it was built in 1823 following the Million Act in which one million pounds of Government money was set aside for the building of churches in urban areas. St. Mary's Street is to the right of the church then St. Charles' R.C. School. Just visible at the top right corner is St. Patrick's R.C. Church with its Parochial Hall in front. St. Mary's Sunday School is behind St. Mary's Church, alongside St. Mary's Lane which runs across the top. To the left are terraced houses on New Church Place, Ward's Fold and Linsley Row. The latter two streets had been completely demolished by 1950 dating the photo to before then.
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St. Mary's Church, aerial view (Mabgate)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of St. Mary's Church, Mabgate, situated on St. Mary's Street, seen to the right. This church, designed by Thomas Taylor, was built between 1823 and 1827. The Sunday School is the building behind. Terraced housing can be seen in the background, on New Church Place, Old Hall Street, Lyndhurst Street, Rider Street, St. Mary's Lane, Ward's Fold and Linsley Row. This housing has all now been demolished, as has the church; some of it (Ward's Fold and Linsley Row on the left) had gone by 1950, dating the photo to before then.
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Ward's Fold nos. 2, 4. (Mabgate)
Black & White image1956 View of two houses on Ward's Fold. To the left is a walled yard. Moving right number 4 Ward's Fold has wooden shutters on the bottom windows number 2 follows to the right. The road visible on the left edge is Middle Fold, with Ward's Fold on the right, both running down to Mabgate. Warehouses and industrial properties on Mabgate can be seen in the background to the left and right.
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Ward's Fold nos. 3 , 7, Mabgate no 54/56 (Mabgate) (3 comments)
Black & White image1956 View looking at the junction of Mabgate and Ward's Fold. On the left edge the gable end of the Black Horse Inn no.58 Mabgate is visible. Moving right is no.54/56 Mabgate, Iredale Cafe, proprietor listed as Walter Price. Next to the Black Horse is a no.3 Ward's Fold, a large property. No.7 is visible on the right. This property was the White Swan Inn up until the early 1940s.
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Ward's Fold nos. 3, 7, Rear view (Mabgate)
Black & White image1956 Rear view of properties on Ward's Fold looking from Argyle Road. From the left edge of the photograph to the garage towards the right is no.7 Ward's Fold then on the right edge part of no.3 can be seen. On the wall in the foreground is written 'White Swan', this was the name of a public house situated at no.7 which had closed sometime between 1940 and 1947.
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