Engravings & Etchings

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Engravings & Etchings

Items in the Engravings & Etchings Collection

Meltham Mills Convalescent Home
From The Architect (04/Feb/1871). Further details: huddersfield.exposed/p/306

Assassination of William Horsfall
Engraving of the assassination of William Horsfall on 28 April 1812 by ''Phiz''.

The Village of Holmfirth, from Victoria Bridge
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (06/Mar/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852. "The third large Sketch is a view of the village of Holmfirth from Victoria Bridge, and shows the awful debris occasioned by the inundation."

Remains of the Upper Bridge
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (14/Feb/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852.

Broadhead's Mill
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (14/Feb/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852.

Convalescent Home, Meltham
Undated engraving of the Meltham Mills Convalescent Home, published by C.H. Johnson of Leeds.

View of the Reservoir from Below, Looking Towards the Hills
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (06/Mar/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852. "The second large Sketch is taken from the bed of the Reservoir, looking towards the hilly range, crowned by Holme Moss, from which the Bilberry…

View of the Bilberry Reservoir, Looking down the Valley, Shewing the Remains of the Embankment
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (06/Mar/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852. "The first Engraving is sketched from the heights above the Reservoir, showing the breach in the embankment or dam, and the waste pit tower rising…

Scene Opposite the Wesleyan Chapel
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (14/Feb/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852.

Remains of Dighley Mill
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (14/Feb/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852.

View from Mill Hill towards Victoria Bridge
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (06/Mar/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852. "The fourth Illustration is taken from a point of the village known as “Mill Hill,” upon which stands the White Hart hostelry, the host of which…

The Lower Mill
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (06/Mar/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852.

Bursting of the Reservoir Embankment
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (14/Feb/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852.

Water Street and Hinchliffe's Mill
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (14/Feb/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852.

Remains of Holme Bridge
Illustration from the Illustrated London News (14/Feb/1852) article about the Holmfirth Flood of 1852.

Estate Buildings, Huddersfield
Engraving by C. Fenn of the Ramsden Estate Buildings from Thomas Baines' Yorkshire, Past and Present: A History and a Description of the Three Ridings of the Great County of York (volume 2, part 2), published in 1875. The illustration is of interest…

Huddersfield from Almondbury Bank in 1831
Engraving of Huddersfield from The Annals of Yorkshire: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time (1862) compiled by John Mayhall. A large PDF (101MB) version of this image, suitable for printing and framing, is available here. The image and PDF…

Illustrated London News (06/Jun/1874)
Engraving from the Illustrated London News (06/Jun/1874). NEW BRIDGE AT HUDDERSFIELD. This flourishing town of the West Riding of Yorkshire, with, its great woollen manufacture, has grown rich enough for ornamental as well as useful public works. Its…

The Old Wells Discovered in Huddersfield Market Place
Illustration from a March 1906 edition of the Huddersfield Examiner. The popular narrative that the scheme to build a water reservoir under the Market Place was abandoned as a folly after "the astounding discovery was made that water would not run…

Huddersfield in 1830
Engraving by copper plate engraver Thomas Kendal (1849-1915) of Huddersfield from The History of Huddersfield and its Vicinity (1898) by D.F.E. Sykes.

Almondbury Parish Church
Engraving by copper plate engraver Thomas Kendal (1849-1915) of Huddersfield from The History of Huddersfield and its Vicinity (1898) by D.F.E. Sykes.

Huddersfield Parish Church
Engraving by copper plate engraver Thomas Kendal (1849-1915) of Huddersfield Parish Church from The History of Huddersfield and its Vicinity (1898) by D.F.E. Sykes.

The Oldest Mill in the Colne Valley
Engraving by copper plate engraver Thomas Kendal (1849-1915) of Huddersfield from The History of Huddersfield and its Vicinity (1898) by D.F.E. Sykes.

Bridge Dyeworks, Honley.
Engraving of Bridge Dye Works, Honley, taken from a letterhead for James Beaumont & Sons.

Prospect Iron Works, Lockwood.
Engraving of Prospect Iron Works, Lockwood, taken from a letterhead for William Whiteley & Sons, Limited.

Zion Sunday School, Lindley.
Engraving of the U.M.C. (United Methodist Church) Zion Sunday School, Lindley.

Fred Marshall & Co. Ltd. of Huddersfield.
Engraving from a letterhead of Fred Marshall & Co. Ltd. of Lord Street, Huddersfield.

Grove Mills, Leeds Road, Huddersfield.
Engraving of Grove Mills, Leeds Road, Huddersfield, from a 1943 letterhead of J. Firth & Sons.

Paddock Congregational Chapel.
Engraving of Paddock Congregational Chapel from a Sunday School anniversary programme.

The Church of Burton.
Engraving of All Hallows, Kirkburton, by W. & A.K. Johnston of Edinburgh, from Henry J. Morehouse's The History and Topography of the Parish of Kirkburton and of the Graveship of Holme (1861).

Huddersfield Infirmary
Engraving of Huddersfield Infirmary by J. Shury, published in volume 5 of Thomas Allen's "A New and Complete History of the County of York" (1831).

Collegiate School, Huddersfield
Engraving of the Collegiate School which formerly stood off St. John's Road, Huddersfield. The property shown behind the school is Claremont on Clare Hill.

Longroyd Bridge Mills
Engraving of Longroyd Bridge Mills from an invoice produced by brush manufacturers Charles Buckley & Co.

Victoria Printing Works
Letterhead engraving of Victoria Printing Works, home to Preston Bros. & Co.

Denby Grange, Yorkshire
Engraving from Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland: Volume 5 (1822).

St. Thomas's Church, Bradley
Original design for St. Thomas's Church, Bradley, by architect William Henry Crossland (1835-1908).