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Tour of Inspection in an Arms Factory, 1940s, (1945). Creator: Unknown Featured Bradford Print

Tour of Inspection in an Arms Factory, 1940s, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Tour of Inspection in an Arms Factory, 1940s, (1945). British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his wife Clementine (1880-1977) visiting an engineering works in Bradford, Yorkshire, during the Second World War. They are talking to a 19-year-old factory worker who is operating a lathe. Churchill (1874-1965) was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, and again from 1951 to 1955. From "The Life and Times of Winston Churchill", by Malcolm Thomson. [Odhams Press Limited, London]

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Franks Hall FRK01_035_01 Featured Bradford Print

Franks Hall FRK01_035_01

Dressing room, Franks Hall, Horton Kirby, Kent, 1894.
Charles Latham (1857-??1933) photolithograph. One of the most complete Elizabethan houses in England, Franks Hall had fallen into disrepair in the 19th century. Robert Bradford purchased the estate in 1860, restored the house and gardens, and added a suite of Moorish-style rooms. The Bathurst family had formerly owned Franks Hall, and Earl Bathurst bought it back in 1911. Two years later an article in Country Life (26 July) celebrated his efforts in obliterating ??the worst alterations of the nineteenth century?? including a Moorish bathroom

© Historic England

Saltaire United Reformed Church, Yorkshire, England Featured Bradford Print

Saltaire United Reformed Church, Yorkshire, England

Saltaire United Reformed Church is one of England's most precious Victorian architectural gems. The church, built by Sir Titus Salt in 1859 near Bradford, West Yorkshire, is a unique example of Italianate religious architecture. It boasts many architecturally and historically important features and has been described as a classic a??Cathedral of Congregationalisma??.
Sir Titus commissioned architects Lockwood and Mawson to design the building, as they had designed a number of other important Italianate buildings in Bradford City centre.
The Mausoleum built onto the church contains the remains of Sir Titus Salt himself.
Saltaire is an exceptionally complete and well preserved industrial village of the second half of the 19th century, located on the river Aire. Its textile mills, public buildings, and workers housing are built in a harmonious style of high architectural quality and the urban plan survives intact, giving a vivid impression of the philanthropic approach to industrial management.
Saltaire is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill and housing for his workers.
In 2001 the historic industrial village including this church was placed on the Unesco World Heritage list

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