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The Buildings of Huddersfield

An Illustrated Architectural History

By (author) Albert Booth, Keith Gibson
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: The History Press Ltd, Stroud, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Sep 2005
Dimensions: w 166mm h 235mm d 11mm
Weight: 369g
ISBN-10: 0752436759
ISBN-13: 9780752436753
Barcode No: 9780752436753
Huddersfield has a surprisingly rich architectural heritage. Developed mainly in a period of explosive growth during Georgian and Victorian times, it has many buildings of very high quality. This book describes and illustrates around 200 of the best and most attractive structures to be seen in the town. It looks at the magnificent buildings of Victorian Huddersfield, at the much older manor and gentry houses, at churches, chapels and public buildings, at houses and at twentieth-century additions to the town, together with the buildings of the wool textile industry that provided the backbone of the town's Victorian expansion. It will be a useful guide for those wishing to explore and learn more about Huddersfield's history through its buildings.

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