Wool Exchange

The New Exchange, Bradford, Yorkshire

Henry Francis Lockwood


Source: Illustrated London News.

“The opening of the new Exchange at Bradford took place on Wednesday last. The site upon which this building baa been erected is exceedingly irregular, and presented many difficulties, being in the form of a triangle, with the narrower point towards the principal front. Upon this ground to construct a large hall of regular form, and to surround it with shops and offices, which should be well lighted and conveniently approached, was no easy task. This, however, has been successfully accomplished by the architects, Messrs. Lockwood and Mawaon, and the interior of the building gives no indication that any such difficulty existed.” [Continued below]

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