Aireborough Historical Society

Queen Street Chapel



Title
Queen Street Chapel
Date As Shown
Location Yeadon
Photo ID
D450 + D451 & D452
Comment
Undated: Views of the chapel and grounds.
N471

December 1904: External and internal images of Queen Street Chapel or the United Methodist Free Church.

P119

Pre 1971: The grounds of Queen Street Chapel (also known as St Mark's Church ), the entrance gates are on the High Street.

These grounds and the new access road to the High Street  were opened in 1908, the chapel having been built in 1865.

The chapel is behind the photographer, the Clothiers Arms is to the left so this area is now where the end of Harper Lane reaches the High Street (November 2015)

The large building on the right is the Albert Mill on Albert Square.

A brilliant photo showing a different aspect of the chapel grounds.

P121

Undated: Snowy image of the chapel showing the main entrance and driveway in from the High Street.

R210

Undated: Interior view of the chapel showing the organ and pulpit seen from the balcony.

One long standing and notable organist and choirmaster was John A Wormald who served 1883 - 1925, he attracted the best singers and musicians to the chapel.

A626

Undated: A few names were on this image. 

Back, Rev. D Pike, Mrs B G Mould in the centre.

Front, Mr W Stott and Rev. F A Andrews who is handing a box of Black Magic chocolates to a lady.

 

KenLee
KenLee
No one could deny it certainly was an impressive building, wasn't it?
27 October 2015
Young1
Young1
My parent's got married here in 1945
27 October 2015
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