Henry Francis Lockwood

Died aged 66

Henry Francis Lockwood (18 September 1811, Doncaster – 21 July 1878, Richmond, Surrey) was an influential English architect active in the North of England.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

Designed by H. F. Lockwood, these premises were built in 1877-8 for the Wakefield and Barnsley Union Bank, which was founded in 1832 and remained independent until 1906

57 Westgate, Wakefield, United Kingdom where they designed

St George's Hall. Bradford's first public building was designed by celebrated architects Henry Francis Lockwood and William Mawson, and financed by public subscription. It has hosted, amongst others, Charles Dickens, Winston Churchill and Harry Houdini, and is one of the oldest concert halls still in use in Europe. Erected 1853

St George's Hall, Bradford, United Kingdom where they designed