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1874 – Congregational Chapel, New Wortley, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: Henry Walker


From The Building News: “Our illustrations this week include a set of drawings, by Mr. Henry Walker, architect, of Leeds, and submitted last July in competition for a new Wesleyan Chapel proposed to be built in one of the out-districts of Leeds. The drawings explain themselves ; but it may be mentioned that the structure is designed to accommodate 931 persons, and to be erected of red brick, with local stone dressings sparingly used, the internal fittings being of red deal stained and varnished.”

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