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Results Found (52), Result Page (1 of 11)
Search Aspect ( Engraving )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Briggate (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White image1849. Looking north the entrance to Briggate and the Old Leeds bridge, engraved by T.A. Prior after W. Harvey, and published in 1849. The stone bridge, from which Briggate got its name, was the site of the cloth market in the seventeenth century. Widened in 1730, 1760 and 1796, it was demolished in 1871 to make way for the present Leeds Bridge. Barges can be seen on the river. At no.1 Briggate, beneath the tower of Holy Trinity, can be seen the premises of John Barran, tailor and outfitter, who was to become the founder of the Leeds wholeslae clothing industry.
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Briggate, looking north from the railway bridge (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image1885. Engraving shows streets thronged with people, also horses and carriages and several trams.
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Central Market by N. Whittock (City Centre)
Black & White image15th December 1828 Engraving titled 'Central Market' drawn by N.Whittock engraved on steel by J.Shurry. Published by J.T Hinton No 4 Warwick Square Dec 15th 1828. Nathaniel Whittock (1791-1860) was Lithographic printer and engraver to the University of Oxford. Whittock removed his business to 14, Paternoster Row, London in 1828, where he traded as Whittock & Goodman.
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Corn Exchange, by N. Whittock (City Centre)
Black & White imagec.1829 Engraving titled 'Corn Exchange,Leeds' drawn by N. Whittock, engraved by J. Rogers, published by I.T Hinton, 4 Warwick Square, 1829. Nathaniel Whittock (1791-1860) was Lithographic printer and engraver to the University of Oxford. Whittock removed his business to 14, Paternoster Row, London in 1828, where he traded as Whittock & Goodman.
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Court House (City Centre)
Black & White image1842. Court House, Commercial Buildings and Yorkshire District Bank. Site of City Square. Engraving by Roberts
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