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Report - The Mansion,Chapel Allerton Hospital, Leeds

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by awwrisp, Sep 17, 2008.

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    Standing among the more modern housing of Mansion Gate to the east of Chapeltown Road, between Gledhow Park Road and Harehills Lane, this elegant mansion was built between 1835-40 for the Leeds industrialist John Hives, partner in the still-surviving flax manufacturer, Banks Mills on the north bank of the river Aire, to the west of the Royal Armouries Museum.

    The old hospital, after standing empty for some time, has now been demolished, and new housing is now built on the site 'Mansion Gate'. The mansion, Gledhow Grove, a listed building with many original 19th century features, survives.

    Visited with Phill.D & Trousercowboy.

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