University of Leeds

The University of Leeds is a public research university in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It was established in 1874 as the Yorkshire College of Science. In 1884 it merged with the Leeds School of Medicine and was renamed Yorkshire College. It became part of the federal Victoria University in 1887, joining Owens College and University College Liverpool. In 1904 a royal charter was granted to the University of Leeds by King Edward VII.
Brotherton Library
The Brotherton Library is a 1936 Grade II listed Beaux-Arts building with some art deco fittings, located on the main campus of the University of Leeds. It was designed by the firm of Lanchester & Lodge, and is named after Edward Brotherton, 1st Baron
Leeds City Varieties
The Leeds City Varieties is a Grade II* listed music hall in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Blenheim, Leeds
Blenheim is a small area of inner-city Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is situated north of the city centre between Little London, Lovell Park and Woodhouse and is generally made of early 20th century terraced housing. Blenheim falls within the Hyde
A58 road
The A58 is a major road in Northern England running between Prescot, Merseyside and Wetherby, West Yorkshire
Buslingthorpe, Leeds
Buslingthorpe is an area of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is about one mile north of the city centre and currently falls within the Hyde Park and Woodhouse ward of the City of Leeds Council. Much of the housing in the area was demolished by slum
Parkinson Building
The Parkinson Building is a grade II listed building in Greek Revival style by Thomas Lodge located at the University of Leeds in West Yorkshire, England. The clock tower is the highest point of the building and stands at 57 metres (187 ft) tall, making
Cockersdale is a location near Tong, south-west of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The Leeds Country Way follows the valley known as Cockers Dale, along Tong Beck, from the A58 road northwards. The beck forms the boundary between the metropolitan
John Comrie
John Dixon Comrie was a Scottish physician, historian of medicine, and the editor of the first edition of Black's Medical Dictionary
Plagemann is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:Augusta Plagemann (1799-1888), Swedish artist Jürgen Plagemann, German rower Nico Plagemann, half of German musical duo Kollektiv Turmstraße Stephen Plagemann, co-author of The Jupiter
Barking Riverside Pier
Barking Riverside Pier is a Thames Clippers commuter service pier located on the River Thames at Barking Riverside. Passenger services began on 26 April 2022. The pier provides interchange with Barking Riverside railway station and local bus routes. The