United Methodist Chapel Gallery
United Methodist Free Chapel, Tanners Row
- 1862: opened. Church and schoolroom remained in Gilesgate as the majority of the members were from the working class.
- 1905: put up for sale when United Methodist Free Church Sunday School, Leazes Terrace, opened; hired by a Girls’ Club.
- 1909: converted into a mission hall for the Wesleyan Methodists.
- 1914-18: bought by Robbs for a furniture depository.
- 1972: demolished; local authority sheltered housing erected.
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1960s: United Methodist Free Chapel, Tanners Row. Monochrome; from Gilesgate, showing burn in flood, pant on left
c1960: Tanners Row (off Cockshaw) looking SW, United Methodist chapel
Pre-1972: Tanners Row (off Cockshaw) looking SW, United Methodist chapel
1980: Tanners Row (off Cockshaw) looking NW, site of United Methodist chapel, rear of Alexandra Place on right, rear of Eilanville in background
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