Aspire (former Yorkshire Bank), Leeds :: Shared Description

This building on Infirmary Street was built in 1894 by G B Bulmer for the Yorkshire Penny Bank (later just known as the Yorkshire Bank). It has recently been converted into a conference centre. It is grade 2 listed (list entryn umber 1375024).
by Stephen Craven
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14 images use this description:

SE2933 : Aspire, Infirmary Street, Leeds - round window by Stephen Craven
SE2933 : The other door by Bob Harvey
SE2933 : The door stood open by Bob Harvey
SE2933 : Aspire, Infirmary Street, Leeds - Oriel window by Stephen Craven
SE2933 : Aspire restaurant by Bob Harvey
SE2933 : Aspire, Leeds: side view by Stephen Craven
SE2933 : Aspire, Leeds: turret by Stephen Craven
SE2933 : Blue Plaque by Bob Harvey
SE2933 : Aspire, Leeds: Inscription by Stephen Craven
SE2933 : Aspire, Leeds: Toronto Street entrance by Stephen Craven
SE2933 : Aspire, Leeds: rear view by Stephen Craven
SE2933 : Aspire, Leeds: front view by Stephen Craven
SE2933 : Restaurant entrance by Bob Harvey
SE2933 : Aspire, Infirmary Street, Leeds - unicorn by Stephen Craven


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Created: Tue, 10 Nov 2015, Updated: Sat, 30 Mar 2019

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