The never seen before photos of Bradford through the ages

Today we turn back the clock to showcase how Bradford has changed down the years.

Friday, 18th January 2019, 1:21 pm
Updated Friday, 18th January 2019, 1:24 pm
PICS: Getty
PICS: Getty

These never been seen before images online are published courtesy of Getty Images:

Bradford Town Hall from Town Hall Square
The Town Hall and Market Street

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Chairman of the Bradford Corporation Water Committee, Alderman Anthony Gadie, lays the last coping stone, marking the completion of 15 years work, on the Scar House Dam in the Nidderdale Valley.
A queue for wartime communal eating at a kitchen in a gas showroom in Bradford with the menu chalked on the building.
The exterior of Lister's Mills at Bradford.
The Wool Exchange on Market Street.
Bradford City v Newcastle United.
The Midland Station yard at Bradford.
Forster Square.
Doing a 'wheely' on a on a motorbike whilst hillclimbing near Bradford.
A crowd of hunger marchers return to Bradford by train, carrying a banner which reads 'Bradford Unemployed Underfed Under a Labour Government'.
A van making its way down a street in an industrial area of Bradford.
A statue of Conservative politician and Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel.
A delivery man leaves White's confectioners shop on Scholemoor Lane.