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Wakefield Cathedral from the east, 19001428206/04/2014 12:40:05http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg680465http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08482.jpgA print of a watercolour painting by Louisa Fennell, of Wakefield Cathedral from the east, showing the junction of Kirkgate on the left, and Teall Street on the right. Steps lead up from Teall Street to the Cathedral area. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 1Cathedral;Church;Steps;Stone;Windows mullioned;Road;Tree;Gates;Railings;Handcart;PeopleWF1;Wakefield1900HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services
Old houses on Westgate, Wakefield, 18991428306/04/2014 12:40:13http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg516680http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08483.jpgA print of a watercolour painting by Louisa Fennell, of old houses on Westgate, Wakefield, from 1899. The image shows three gable ends of timber framed houses, possibly Medieval in date. Long since demolished, two of the buildings appear to have been refurbished at some point with red brick frontages. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 1Shop;Road;Brick;Door;Roof slate;Windows;Windows bay;Windows sash;People;Tree;HouseWF1;Wakefield1899HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services
The Six Chimneys, Wakefield, 19001428406/04/2014 12:40:19http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg491680http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08484.jpgA print of a watercolour painting by Louisa Fennell, of the Six Chimneys on Kirkgate, Wakefield. This timber-framed building, used as a shop complex, which is said to date back to the time of John of Gaunt, collapsed in 1941 due to structural damage. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 1Shop;Road;Brick;Wood;Door;Roof slate;Windows;People;House;Car;ChimneyWF1;Wakefield1900HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services
Almshouse Lane, Wakefield, 18981428506/04/2014 12:40:26http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg680495http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08485.jpgA print of a watercolour painting by Louisa Fennell, of showing Almshouse Lane, Wakefield, in 1898. This area was later demolished and became the site of the Ridings Shopping Centre in 1983. The painting shows the lane with a gate, before it was paved. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 1People;Almshouses;House;Brick;Chimney;Door;Roof slate;Steps;Stone;Windows;Wood;Road unsurfaced;GatesWF1;Wakefield1898HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services
Cross Square, Wakefield, 19001428606/04/2014 12:40:33http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg490680http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08486.jpgA print of a watercolour painting by Louisa Fennell, shows the view from Cross Square, Wakefield, in 1900. This painting shows an old house, demolished in 1900, with Silver Street to the right, and Marygate to the left. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 1People;House;Brick;Chimney;Door;Windows bay;Windows sash;Church;Shop;Gas lamp;Road;Roof slate;StoneWF1;Wakefield1900HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services
Bread Street, Wakefield, 19001428720/07/2015 10:12:26http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg680454http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08487.jpgA print of a watercolour painting by Louisa Fennell. This print shows a view of Bread Street, Wakefield, looking towards the Cathedral in the centre. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 1People;House;Brick;Door;Windows;Cathedral;Shop;Gas lamp;Road;StoneWF1;Wakefield1900HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services
Marygate, Wakefield, 19001428806/04/2014 12:40:47http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg680534http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08488.jpgA print of a watercolour painting by Louisa Fennell, showing Marygate, Wakefield, which is at the junction of Wood Street and Westgate. This whole area has been greatly redeveloped, and the road layout changed slightly. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 1People;House;Shop;Brick;Door;Windows sash;Windows bay;Roof slate;Horse and cartWF1;Wakefield1900HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services
Northgate, Wakefield, 18981428906/04/2014 12:40:54http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg680465http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08489.jpgA print of a watercolour painting by Louisa Fennell, showing Northgate, Wakefield, in 1898. Looking up Northgate Wakefield Cathedral can be seen in the background. In one of the houses to the right could be found a fine plastered ceiling probably dating to the sixteenth century. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 1People;horse and cart;Shop;Door;Windows;Cathedral;Brick;House;Chimney;Road;Roof slate;Stone;Pram;Gas lamp;BarberWF1;Wakefield1898HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services
The old bakehouse, Westgate, Wakefield, around 19001440306/04/2014 12:38:20http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg500680http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08467.jpgA print of a black and white drawing by Louisa Fennell, showing the old bakehouse, Westgate, Wakefield, between 1900-1904. The print shows the gable end of the building at the front of the picture, with two doors and four chimneys, with another door to the right of the picture facing the road. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 2People;Cart;House;Door;Windows;Windows bay;Chimney;Road;Roof slate;StoneWF1;Wakefield1900;1901;1902;1903;1904HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services
The Chantry Chapel on Wakefield Bridge, 19011440406/04/2014 12:38:27http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/Forms/Thumbnails.aspxFalsejpg680509http://www.twixtaireandcalder.org.uk/Twixt Images/xl08468.jpgA print of a watercolour painting by Louisa Fennell, of the Chantry Chapel of Saint Mary on Wakefield Bridge in 1901. The bridge Chantry is one of only three surviving in the UK, and was built in 1357, a hundred years before the Battle of Wakefield. The bridge was erected in 1342. Internal Reference: WR (LS) Fennell Prints Vol 2Church;Chapel;Stone;Windows mullioned;Bridge;River;TreeWF1;Wakefield1901HOI, BlackburnWMDC, Education and Cultural Services, Libraries and Information Services