The Carnegie legacy in England
Designed by local architect Walter Hanstock. The central round arched window has panel below with carved embossed words CARNEGIE LIBRARY.
Awarded Grade II listing in 1984. 66 more words
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The foundation stone was laid by Alderman JA Brooke JP on 8 July 1905. The building was designed by borough architect Kenneth Findlater Campbell. 115 more words
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Situated on Cardigan Road, this library was built in 1926. The library cost £8,338 to build, a large amount of this came from the Carnegie Trust. 92 more words
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The cost of this library was met by a grant from the Carnegie Trust. Built of brick with stone trim, the library is of similar layout to Bramley and Burley branches which were also built at this time. 107 more words
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The cost of the library was defrayed by the Carnegie UK Trust.
Current status: Still open as a public library, run by Leeds City Council (2016) 80 more words
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Foundation stone was laid on 28th September 1905 by the Mayor, Councillor William Middlebrook.
Awarded Grade II listing in 1986
Current status: Still open as a public library, run by Leeds council (2016) 86 more words
The Static Rambler
Distance: about: just under 2 miles, but distance is irrelevant
Grade: Difficult, but easy surface
Links with: Marsden to Slaithwaite
This “short” walk almost didn’t make it into this Guide. 350 more words
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