Victoria Hall, Saltaire
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Victoria Hall, Saltaire (originally the Saltaire Institute) is a Grade II
* listed building〔 in the village of Saltaire, near Bradford, West Yorkshire, built by architects Lockwood and Mawson.
Saltaire Institute was built by the architectural firm of Lockwood and Mawson between 1867 and 1871 for the industrialist and philanthropist Sir Titus Salt.〔 It cost £25,000. In the original design, the building contained a main hall seating 800, a lecture room, two art rooms, a laboratory, a gymnasium, a library of 8,500 books and a reading room. For use of the building, a quarterly fee was charged. This ranged downwards from 2 shillings for adult males.〔
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