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Plate No.

Detail

1

Rev. Dr. Brian A. Greet

2

Badder and Peat map of Nottingham, 1744, Market Ward

3

Badder and Peat map of Nottingham, 1744, North Ward

4

Smith & Wild plan of Nottingham, 1820, Castle Gate

5

Smith & Wild plan of Nottingham, 1820, St.Mary's Ward

6

Staveley and Wood map, 1830

7

Wesley Chapel, Broad Street: basement plan

8

Wesley Chapel, Broad Street: ground floor plan

9

Wesley Chapel, Broad Street: gallery and mezzanine plans

10

Wesley Chapel, Broad Street: communion table

11

Enclosure Act award of allotment 42

12

"Old" Albert Hall, from north side

13

"Old" Albert Hall, from south side

14

"Old" Albert Hall before 1906: platform and front

15

"Old" Albert Hall before 1906: from the platform

16

Rev. J. Ernest Rattenbury

17

Bazaar Bag, Albert Hall first anniversary, 1903

18

"Old" Albert Hall in flames, 22/4/1906

19

"Old" Albert Hall, destroyed by fire 22/4/1906, in ruins

20

"New" Albert Hall, 1909

21

Albert Hall, from south side

22

Rev. R. Moffat Gautrey and staff

23

Sir Jesse Boot [Colour: see middle panel]

24

The Binns organ in the 1910s before the Pearson stained glass windows

25

Mr. Bernard Johnson at the Albert Hall organ

26

The Home of Refuge, 124 Mansfield Road

27

Rev. H. Gifford Oyston and staff

28

Interior of the Albert Hall before the Pearson stained glass windows

29

Map of Nottingham,  Albert Hall area, 1915

30

The Nottingham Mission, Albert Hall Institute

31

The Nottingham Mission, Albert Hall Institute, Church Parlour

32

The Nottingham Mission, Albert Hall Institute, Billiard and Men's Club Room

33

The Nottingham Mission, Albert Hall Institute, Reading and Writing Room

34

The Nottingham Mission, Albert Hall Institute, Girls' Parlour

35

The Nottingham Mission, Albert Hall Institute, Gymnasium

36

Albert Hall Memorial Roll, 1914-1919

37

Pearson stained glass window: "Suffer little children to come unto Me" [Colour: see middle panel]

38

Pearson stained glass window: "He is not here; He is risen." [Colour: see middle panel]

39

Albert Hall before the alterations to the platform

40

Albert Hall, after the alterations to the platform

41

Mr. Gordon Thorp, Albert Hall Organist

42

Ticket of Membership: Walter Hayes, September 1937

43

Sister Marjorie Maltby (1939-45)

44

Rev. Kenneth Laws Waights

45

Mission staff, 1949

46

Albert Hall Cricket Club

47

Albert Hall, Wesley Guild drama group

48

Albert Hall Youth Club Pantomime, Cinderella, 1957

49

Albert Hall Cricket Club: Mr. Tim Preston and Rev. K.L. Waights

50

Mrs. Pat Preston, Mrs. Barbara Oxley and Mr. Walter Hayes, 1998

51

Boys' Brigade in the Albert Hall [Colour: see middle panel]

52

Rev. Russell Pope and Mrs. Pope [1957-59]

53

Rev. George W. Sails [1959-66]

54

Mr. George Jarratt, Rev. George Sails and Mr. Chris Mottram

55

Albert Hall, from the organ

56

Albert Hall, 1960s

57

Albert Hall choir: left-hand side

58

Albert Hall choir: right-hand side

59

Albert Hall, towards the organ, with Mission staff on the platform

60

Underneath the platform of the Albert Hall during the modernization, 18/7/61

61

Mayor's arrival, at the rear of the Albert Hall

62

Albert Hall Institute: Basement (1), 1950s

63

Albert Hall Institute: Basement (1), 1964

64

Albert Hall Institute: Basement (2), 1950s

65

Albert Hall Institute: Basement (2), 1964

66

Albert Hall Institute: Revised Youth Club Layout (1), November 1964

67

Albert Hall Institute: Revised Youth Club Layout (2), November 1964

68

Albert Hall Institute: Ground Floor, 1950s

69

Albert Hall Institute: Ground Floor, 1964

70

Albert Hall Institute: Mezzanine, 1950s

71

Albert Hall Institute: Mezzanine, 1964

72

Albert Hall Institute: First Floor, 1950s

73

Albert Hall Institute: First Floor, 1964

74

Albert Hall Institute: Second Floor, 1950s

75

Albert Hall Institute: Second Floor, 1964

76

Albert Hall, "The Cross Bar" sign [Colour: see middle panel]

77

Albert Hall Cricket Club, 1970s

78

Rev. John Jackson

79

Albert Hall Guild Anniversary

80

Albert Hall Disabled Children's Club, club members and helpers, 1968

81

The twenty-first anniversary of the Albert Hall Disabled Children's Club

82

Albert Hall Disabled Children's Club: group at the twenty-first anniversary celebration on Saturday 30 November 1974

83

Mr. Donald Harrison's musical score for Wesley

84

Mrs. Elaine and Rev John Horner outside the Albert Hall, 1979

85

Mrs. Elaine and Rev. David Wheeler, July 1992

86

Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham

87

Albert Hall Institute building and rear of the Albert Hall from the top of Upper Parliament Street

88

Albert Hall Institute building and rear of the Albert Hall (with fire escape and cross)

89

Albert Hall: grand piano [Colour: see middle panel]

90

Albert Hall: full scene

91

Derby Road lessees and the Albert Hall (1998)

92

Albert Hall (south-west end), 1995

93

Albert Hall (south-east side), 1995

94

Aspley Hall, front (Melbourne Road) [Colour: see middle panel]

95

Aspley Hall, Aspley Lane side [Colour: see middle panel]

96

Aspley Hall, Youth Wing, foundation stone 13/6/1964

97

Aspley Hall, Youth Wing

98

Aspley Hall, back

99

Bestwood Hall map SK5644SW (1954)

100

Bestwood Hall plan (Alfred J. Thraves & Son), 1955

101

Bestwood Hall, exterior

102

Bestwood Hall, interior

103

Arkwright Street Church, before 1926

104

Arkwright Street Church: interior, 1914

105

Arkwright Street Chapel: plan of the site of the building

106

Bridgeway Hall, without a steeple

107

Bridgeway Hall, with a steeple: after alterations to the façade

108

Bridgeway Hall Methodist Mission: interior, right-hand side.

109

Bridgeway Hall Methodist Mission: interior, organ end.

110

Rev. Bird taking a service from a boat on the River Trent

111

Bridgeway Hall, cross-erecting ceremony

112

Bridgeway Hall: pen & ink drawing (interior)

113

Bridgeway Hall: gardens (approach from Midland Station)

114

Bridgeway Hall: exterior, front, 1998 [Colour: see middle panel]

115

Bridgeway Hall: back right

116

Bridgeway Hall: back left

117

Bridgeway Hall: multi-purpose hall; table tennis

118

Bridgeway Hall: pulpit and communion area

119

Bridgeway Hall: banners, drums and Colours, July 1998

120

Rev. Brian & Brenda Kirkpatrick at Gwen Jones's garden party,  July 1995

121

Map of the St. Ann's Well area (Manvers Ward) in 1901

122

St. Ann's Well Road Wesleyan Chapel: "The Tin Chapel", final service.

123

Looking down Northampton Street towards The East Nottingham Methodist Church with the terraced houses in the background

124

St. Ann's Well Road Wesleyan Church, 21 May 1903

125

East Nottingham Methodist Church, from Northampton Street, 1903

126

East Nottingham Methodist Church, with iron railings

127

Wesleyan Methodist Church, St. Ann's, registered to solemnize marriages.

128

Choir outing before the First World War

129

King's Hall, pulpit and organ, 1912

130

Interior of Mission Hall (St. Ann's Well Road)

131

King's Hall after the 1941 bomb

132

Fifty years since the second building began

133

Youth Club outing circa 1950

134

King's Hall: re-opening 21 June 1951.

135

King's Hall: re-opening 21 June 1951, unlocking the door.

136

Rev. George E. Allcock

137

King's Hall organ, left-hand corner of the church

138

King's Hall Methodist Mission, before it closed

139

Plaque: Joseph Rank Benevolent Trust

140

Plaque: Johnston Yapp Trust

141

King's Hall organist, Mr. John Pikett

142

King's Hall Methodist Church Centenary, 1883 to 1983 balloon [Colour: see middle panel]

143

King's Hall coach, GJU 774 D [Colour: see middle panel]

144

King's Hall Centenary Celebrations plaque

145

Plan of King's Hall, 1975 (attached to Land Registry certificate on sale of the property, after it closed)

146

King's Hall Church, 1997 (after it closed as the Methodist Mission)

147

Map of Nottingham in 1901 (XLII.2)

148

Rev. Alexander Kilham, founder of the Methodist New Connexion, 1797

149

The Malt, Parliament Street

150

Parliament Street Methodist Church, 1816, when its entrance was in George Street

151

Northeast view of Parliament Street Chapel, Nottingham

152

Parliament Street Methodist Church, with overhead tram wires, at the time of Rev. Parsons

153

Parliament Street Methodist Church: pulpit and Conacher organ

154

Parliament Street Methodist Church: 163rd Sunday School Anniversary, 1947

155

Parliament Street Methodist Church: 150th Anniversary, 1947

156

Parliament Street Athletic Football Club, 1931-32

157

Girl Guide Company in Barnett's garden, Rolleston Drive

158

Rev. W.P. Porter and Mrs. Porter

159

Mrs. Connie and Rev. Charles Taylor

160

Parliament Street Methodist Church, stained glass window: Mr. F.E. Rushworth, J.P.

161

Parliament Street Methodist Church, stained glass window: Mr.A.E. Hooley and Mrs. M. Hooley

162

Plan of Woodview Playing Fields

163

Woodview Magazine [Colour: see middle panel]

164

Parliament Street Methodist Church: pulpit and sports trophies

165

Mr. Fred Kent with cup

166

Parliament Street Methodist Reserves (Junior Section), 1938-39

167

Parliament Street Methodist Football Club, 26/8/1946

168

Parliament Street Methodist Church Sunday School, in the area where the ramp was in the 1990s.

169

Parliament Street Methodist Cricket Club embroidered badge

170

St. Catherine's Church, St. Ann's Well Road, St. Ann's, Nottingham

171

Inside St. Catherine's Church (left-hand side)

172

Inside St. Catherine's Church (right-hand side)

173

Mr. Fred Kent, Mrs. Paddy Wright, Rev. Graham Morgan and Mr. Bob Proctor 

174

Mr. Derek Smith at Woodview Sports Ground

175

Pavilion and three-legged race at Woodview Sports Ground

176

Tug-of-war, Woodview Sports Ground

177

Welcome to Nottingham Central Methodist Mission

178

The Official Opening of the Nottingham Central Methodist Mission

179

Rev. and Mrs. Gibbon in front of the Rev. William Booth plaque, cutting the Opening Celebration cake [Colour: see middle panel]

180

Rev. Joe Gibbon and Mrs. Kathleen Gibbon

181

Nottingham Central Methodist Mission: plan of basement

182

Nottingham Central Methodist Mission: plan of ground floor

183

Nottingham Central Methodist Mission: plan of first floor

184

Nottingham Central Methodist Mission: plan of second floor

185

"Peace" banner made by Mrs. Lyn Mitchall and Mrs. Caroline Broadhurst [Colour: see middle panel]

186

Nottingham Central Methodist Mission: Conacher organ and platform [Colour: see middle panel]

187

A diagrammatic representation of the Mission Church Council

188

"The Shop", Advice and Information Centre

189

Radiant heaters, drawing

190

W.R.V.S. ladies in Wesleys (before 1999 refurbishment)

191

Wesleys (before 1999 refurbishment), entrance and counter

192

Tables (inside) in Wesleys (before 1999 refurbishment)

193

Tables (by street) in Wesleys (before 1999 refurbishment) [Colour: see middle panel]

194

Nottingham Central Methodist Mission, day chapel

195

Community House at 52 Noel Street, Nottingham

196

Mr. Rehmat Paul at Hyson Green market stall

197

Princess of Wales, with Miss Mary Pashley, 9 September 1992

198

Princess of Wales, with Rev. Patrick McCluskey, 9 September 1992

199

Nottingham Central Methodist Mission: Flower Festival[Colour: see middle panel]

200

Elderly Day Care, group, 1995 [Colour: see middle panel]

201

Mrs. Hilda Cowlam, Rev. John Taylor and stewards

202

Boys' Brigade, Headquarters, Northampton Street, 1997

203

Mr. Nic Williams  and Mrs. Gwen Hirst at Boys' Brigade, Northampton Street

204

Boys' Brigade, Northampton Street, 1997 [Colour: see middle panel]

205

Mrs. Anne Lyons shaking hands with Rev. Peter Willis, November 1997

206

Nottingham Central Methodist Mission: Wesley Guild Anniversary, Sunday 26 May 1998, with Wesley Guild pulpit fall

207

Nottingham Central Methodist Mission, George Street entrance, 1998 (later used by Gen:X).

208

Kirsty Willis, Rev. Peter Willis, Mrs Chris Willis and David Willis

209

Family Tree of Methodism

210

Manse, 27 Oundle Drive, Wollaton, Nottingham, from road

211

Manse, 27 Oundle Drive, Wollaton, Nottingham, from garden

212

Manse, 14 Eskdale Drive, Aspley, Nottingham

213

Manse, 6 Elmdale Gardens, Aspley, Nottingham [Colour: see middle panel]

214

Manse, 18 Exeter Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham

215

Manse, 10 Pyatt Street, Meadows, Nottingham

216

Manse, 272 Derby Road, Nottingham

217

Manse, 11 Dean Road, Arnold, Nottingham

218

Manse, 6 Richmond Drive, St. Ann's, Nottingham

219

Manse: 18 Rolleston Drive, off Derby Road, Lenton, Nottingham

220

Plan: Temperance Hall Restaurant etc., 18/3/1875

221

Plan of Great Hall Street (135 square yards), 1882

222

Plan of land at the rear of The Old Three Horse Shoes, 645 sq yds, 2/11/1907

223

Plan of Albert Hall: Mayor of Nottingham, etc., 2/11/1907

224

Plan, conveyance of stable: Mr. J.P. Ford, 23/11/1908

225

Plan, surrender of leasehold, 3 March 1909 [Colour: see middle panel]

226

Plan of Derby Road shops, Albert Hall, Circus Street Hall, St. Thomas' Church, 1/5/1909

227

Plan (made 20/12/1966), car park, 18/12/1974

228

Plan of Albert Hall, 28/1/1988

229

Plan: 33':1" Private Road, Institute Buildings, Albert Hall and shops, 1909

230

Plan with Baptist Chapel 


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