Bradford city centre – architectural delights #1

I have recently visited Bradford city centre on a number of occasions. I’ve been working with partner organisations Wur Bradford and Bradford Civic Society to host an event to begin to explore solutions to city centre issues from the bottom up in July 2019.

I present in the next two posts a selection of photos taken of Bradford’s magnificent city centre buildings and its public realm.

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Image credits: Sarah Spanton

About waymarkingthesketchbook

Sarah Spanton is director of arts organisation Waymarking - www.waymarking.org.uk
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2 Responses to Bradford city centre – architectural delights #1

  1. victoria Hunter says:

    Great images of Bradford Sarah! I’ve always thought it is such a beautiful place that gets very little attention – along with Dewsbury there is some beautiful architecture there – both places have such important histories in terms of industrialisation, class and more problematic histories of colonialism and exploitation to tell.

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