Wesleyan Chapel Chapeltown near Leeds
CHAPELTOWN - The foundation-stone of a new Wesleyan Chapel was laid at Chapeltown, near Leeds, on Tuesday. Mr. C. O. Ellison is the architect. The building will be Gothic, freely treated. Seats will be provided for about 1,000 persons, and advantage is taken of the fall in the land to get a large lecture room under the chapel, together with a minister's vestry, lavatory, heating apparatus, &c. The exterior will be built of best local stone, with “parpoint” or rough-faced walling, and dressings tooled or polished. [Building News 29 May 1874 page 600].
Reference Building News 29 May 1874 page 600