Back to the future at Leeds Steampunk Market

Date:1st October 2016. Picture James Hardisty.  Steam Punk market at Armley Mills, Canal Road, Leeds. Pictured Becky and Matthew Maries, of Dewsbury.

Date:1st October 2016. Picture James Hardisty. Steam Punk market at Armley Mills, Canal Road, Leeds. Pictured Becky and Matthew Maries, of Dewsbury.

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A weekend of activities inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery attracted pulled in the crowds at Leeds Industrial Museum.

The Leeds Steampunk Market featured 50 stalls, exhibitions and live entertainment including a bird of prey flying display. There was also a vintage tearoom serving homemade cakes and tea. Leeds Steampunk Market, run by Jo and Si Burgoyne-Neal, has been going since October 2011 when it was held at Leftbank on Cardigan Road.

Date:1st October 2016. Picture James Hardisty. 
Steam Punk market at Armley Mills, Canal Road, Leeds. Pictured Matthew and Becky Maries, of Dewsbury.

Date:1st October 2016. Picture James Hardisty. Steam Punk market at Armley Mills, Canal Road, Leeds. Pictured Matthew and Becky Maries, of Dewsbury.

Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction set in an alternative history of the 19th century where steam power has maintained mainstream usage.

Date:1st October 2016. Picture James Hardisty. 
Steam Punk market at Armley Mills, Canal Road, Leeds. Pictured Damon Schofield and Grace Burrill, with a 40 year old Mini Clubman Estate converted into a hearse.
Contact Damon.....07525 850197

Date:1st October 2016. Picture James Hardisty. Steam Punk market at Armley Mills, Canal Road, Leeds. Pictured Damon Schofield and Grace Burrill, with a 40 year old Mini Clubman Estate converted into a hearse. Contact Damon.....07525 850197

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