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  • Author:
    Tony Quinn,Susan Wrathmell
  • ISBN:
    0300107366
  • ISBN13:
    978-0300107364
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    Yale University Press; First ed. edition (August 4, 2005)
  • Pages:
    320 pages
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    Engineering
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Series: Pevsner Architectural Guides: City Guides.

Leeds has a rich commercial tradition and fine buildings to match. This absorbing book provides the first authoritative and detailed guide to that architecture. The city’s prosperity. Series: Pevsner Architectural Guides: City Guides. Paperback: 320 pages.

The Pevsner Architectural Guides are a series of guide books to the architecture of Great Britain and Ireland. Begun in the 1940s by the art historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, the 46 volumes of the original Buildings of England series were published between 1951 and 1974. The series was then extended to Scotland, Wales and Ireland in the late 1970s.

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Leeds: Pevsner City Guide. Leeds has a rich commercial tradition and fine buildings to match. The city’s prosperity, founded on the wool trade, is reflected in the magnificent Jacobean church of St. John and elegant Georgian parades and squares with homes for wealthy merchants. Alongside them today stand Leeds has a rich commercial tradition and fine buildings to match.

The Pevsner Architectural Guides are a series of guide books to the architecture of the British Isles. Begun in the 1940s by art historian Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, the 46 volumes of the original Buildings of England series were published between 1951 and 1974. The series was then extended to the restr of the Britih Isles in the late 1970s. The Scottish and Irish guides were incomplete as of summer 2012.

Items related to Sheffield: Pevsner City Guide (Pevsner Architectural. This is the first comprehensive architectural guide to Sheffield

Items related to Sheffield: Pevsner City Guide (Pevsner Architectural. Harman, Ruth; Minnis, John Sheffield: Pevsner City Guide (Pevsner Architectural Guides: City Guides). ISBN 13: 9780300105858. This is the first comprehensive architectural guide to Sheffield. It describes the buildings of the city center, those of the inner suburbs, and some outstanding buildings farther out. Such major buildings as the town hall, the two cathedrals, and the Winter Garden receive more detailed treatment, as do the two Universities.

The Pevsner Architectural Guides are a series of guide books to the architecture of Great Britain and . Leeds (2005) (Susan Wrathmell) Travels with. Leeds (2005) (Susan Wrathmell). ISBN 978-0-300-10736-4. Liverpool (2003) (Joseph Sharples) Travels with Pevsner.

Ruth Harman and John Minnis; with contributions by Roger Harper.

The Pevsner Architectural Guides are a series of guide books to the architecture . Leeds (2005) (Susan Wrathmell) ISBN 978-0-300-10736-4. In most cases the City Guides have preceded a revision of the county volume in which they are located, although they do go into greater detail than the county volumes and have more illustrations.

Leeds has a rich commercial tradition and fine buildings to match. This absorbing book provides the first authoritative and detailed guide to that architecture. The city’s prosperity, founded on the wool trade, is reflected in the magnificent Jacobean church of St. John and elegant Georgian parades and squares with homes for wealthy merchants. Alongside them today stand proud warehouses and offices of the railway age in styles ranging from elegant neo-Grecian to Gothic and Moorish.

The civic pride of Victorian Leeds has as its crowning glory the grand Town Hall, testament to the talent of Cuthbert Brodrick, and along the River Aire and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal are important industrial survivals including the Egyptian-style Temple Mills. Recent revivals include the city’s public spaces and famously ornate and opulent Edwardian shopping arcades. Beyond the city center lie the romantic ruins of Kirkstall Abbey and the mighty seventeenth-century mansion at Temple Newsam.