Bradford in West Yorkshire is the fourth largest urban area in the UK. Bradford was well known for its textile manufacture in the 19th Century, it was known as the wood capital of the world. In recent years Bradford has become more of a tourist destination with attractions such as Bradford City Park, The National Media Museum, Alhambra Theater and Cartwright Hall. Kirkgate is the main shopping mall in the city center, it has over 65 shops and also has an indoor market. Access to Bradford is easy with the A647 from Leeds and the A650 between Wakefield and Keighley. If your coming from Harrogate then the A658 will be the best route. The M62 and the M606 are Bradfords motorway connections. When outlining Bradford you can’t forget that in 2013 Bradford was crowned the curry capital of Britain.
Driving test centers for Bradford are located at:
15 Fairfield Street
Bradford Theory Test Center is located at:
61 East Parade