Bradford City Hall is a huge building in Centenary Square which dominates the city centre's skyline with its tall clock tower.
|Bradford City Hall & City Park|
It is a Grade 1 listed building and was built to replace an old town hall, as Bradford needed a city hall to revival that of Leeds and Halifax's. It was opened on the 9th September 1873 but has been extended a few times since then.
|The back of Bradford City Hall|
On the frontage of the hall a stone statue of Oliver Cromwell can be found, if you look for him carefully.
|The front of the City Hall and main entrance|
|Main entrance - close up|
|A side door to the city hall|
|The view of the City Hall over the grass embankment near the Alhambra|
On a good day with the wind blowing in the correct direction we can hear the clock chiming from our house a few miles away. At Christmas the bells play a festive tune to make the turning of another hour.
|The sun shining behind the clock tower, silhouetting the City Hall clock tower|
I love to see the inside of this fantastic building one day.