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Brotherton House

Subject ID:
City Centre
West Yorkshire Archive Service
Class number:
LC/Eng. Blue Box 4. no. 5/1
Brotherton House
Undated, Image shows Brotherton House on the Westgate roundabout. Originally a chemical manufacturing company owned by Lord Edward Allen Brotherton (1856-1930) and in 1963 sold to Leeds City Council for £325,000. In April 1965 the building became the home of Police Headquarters until 1976 when they moved to the purpose built Millgarth Station retaining this building for administration offices. The building is flanked on each end by semi-circular windows and balconies visible here on the left.

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