Parkfield Picture Palace

60 Jack Lane, Hunslet,
Leeds, LS10

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The Parkfield Picture Palace designed by architect J.P. Crawford, opened August 17, 1914 with “The Wolf’s Fang” and news bulletins of the war.

The Parkfield Picture Palace was always independently operated and closed on August 3, 1946 with Donald O'Connor in “Patrick the Great”. The building then began use as a small factory for engineering work and then became a warehouse.

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Lost Memory on June 21, 2008 at 4:33 pm

This is a 1963 view of the building.

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