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111 Places in Bradford
That You Shouldn't Miss


Once a thriving textile city, Bradford has evolved into a powerhouse of artistic creativity and diverse visitor attractions. The first Unesco City of Film, and home to the World Heritage site of Saltaire, its famous sons and daughters include artist David Hockney and the Brontë sisters. Green spaces jostle with urban sculptures, and imposing Victorian architecture sits alongside modern galleries, cafés and bars. Give it a chance – it will surprise you.

111 Places in Bradford

That You Shouldn't Miss

Cath Muldowney

Contains numerous colour photographs

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-7408-1427-4


£ 13.99
$ 23.95

Available: Spring 2022

Cath Muldowney

Cath Muldowney has lived in Bradford for most of her life, going to school and raising a family there. Having worked in Local Government for many years, she escaped to become an antique dealer, specialising in unusual and bizarre items. Her photography began with landscape and nature shots, but she quickly developed a passion for social documentary images, portraying the urban landscape and the lives of the people she meets there. She loves to travel, but also always loves to come home to Bradford.

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