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Manningham is an historically industrial-workers area of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, approximately a mile north of the Bradford City Centre. Manningham holds a wealth of industrial history, including mill buildings, Imposing wool merchants houses and back-to-back terraced houses.

The most dominant landmark in the entire city is Lister Mills (otherwise known as Manningham Mills). The mills stand on the most elevated part of Manningham, at the top of Oak Lane (although, more accurately, the mills are on the corner of Lilycroft and Heaton Roads). The mills have recently been converted into luxury modern apartments.

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Manningham, Heaton and Allerton (townships of Bradford): treated historically and topographically (Ulan Press, 2012) by William Cudworth is a book originally published prior to 1923 now avaliable as a reprint.

Map of Manningham with its 18 textile mills (Textile mill icon).

Ortofotographic map

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Aerial photographic view of Manningham, West Yorkshire.

Towns near Manningham.

Nearest industrial towns.

Towns with historical textile mills near Manningham.

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