Category:Leeds central library

This building was designed by architect George Corson. The exterior sculpture is by Matthew Taylor and Benjamin Payler. The general interior sculpture is by John Wormald Appleyard. The carved alabaster screen to the vestibule is by Farmer and Brindley. The carved stone medallion portraits of authors in the Tiled Hall are by Benjamin Creswick of London.

<nowiki>Leeds Central Library; 列斯中央圖書館; Leeds Central Library; öffentliche Bibliothek im Vereinigten Königreich; library in Leeds, England, formerly also municipal offices and museum building; library in Leeds, England, formerly also municipal offices and museum building; مكتبة عامة في ليدز، المملكة المتحدة; публічна бібліотека у Великій Британії; openbare bibliotheek in Leeds, Verenigd Koninkrijk</nowiki>
Leeds Central Library 
library in Leeds, England, formerly also municipal offices and museum building
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LocationLeeds, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber, England
Street address
  • Leeds Central Library, Municipal Buildings, Calverley Street, Leeds, LS1 3AB
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Date of official opening
  • 17 April 1884
Elevation above sea level
  • 42.86679 m
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Map53° 48′ 00.4″ N, 1° 32′ 55.28″ W
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Wikidata Q15242185
ISNI: 0000000404341531
National Heritage List for England number: 1255783
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