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The Bradford Industrial Museum

Gaythorne Row

These houses were originally part of  Gaythorne Street in the Great Horton area of Bradford.

They were built by  by William Casson, a butcher who lived in Clayton Heights who liked the houses that much he moved into one at  6 Derby Street Great Horton. 

They were bought in 1987 dismantled and rebuilt here.

Gaythorne Row was officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Bradford, Councillor Dale Smith, and the Lady Mayoress, wife Margaret.



You can go upstairs in the property to see the rooms that have been transformed to portray different periods.   The first house shows a stark bedroom from 1875, the second represents a typical home during the Second World War in 1942 and the third shows colours popular in 1975.


1875 Bedroom

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1942 Bedroom

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1970 Bedroom

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Hair Salon

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