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Telegraph and Argus – Bradford, UK
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member dtrebilc
N 53° 47.578 W 001° 45.037
30U E 582300 N 5961211
Quick Description: Printing hall and offices of this Bradford based newspaper.
Location: Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Date Posted: 12/18/2010 4:03:50 AM
Waymark Code: WMAB7H
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member saopaulo1
Views: 2

Long Description:
This newspaper is now part of a large group of newspapers, but it still has its own printing presses in the city of Bradford. It has an audited circulation of 28839.

The offices to the right of the print hall were built in 1853, originally it was a warehouse for merchants. The Telegraph and Argus moved into here in 1925, and it originally contained the printing presses. The need to install more modern printing presses led to the building of the new print hall which was opened on 22 July, 1981 by the Duchess of Kent. It has a glazed facade, which from the distance is opaque, but if you get close you can see the printing presses.

The building is built into a slope and the rolls of paper are delivered to the front, pictured which is the lower level. The finished newspapers are sent to the higher level of the building, and packed into the delivery vans at the rear of the building.

The Telegraph and Argus is part of the Newsquest group which prints around 200 different newspaper titles.

The address is Hall Ings, Bradford, BD1 1JR, United Kingdom
Area Served: Bradford city and surrounding towns

What is (later, was) its physical address?:
Hall Ings
Bradford,, West Yorkahire United Kingdom
BD1 1JR


Does it now just provide an internet read?: Both newsprint and internet

Internet address: [Web Link]

Did you ever buy or subscribe to this paper?: I bought one here and there

Please provide a link referring to the newspaper's demise.: Not listed

If applicable, when was this publication's last edition?: Not listed

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