This is the Leeds Cornmarket; rather more spectacular than the Derby equivalent!
As you can see, it has been refurbished to accommodate a series of small shops, both upstairs and down, with a restaurant sitting in the bowels.
The arched doorways, the wrought ironwork around the balcony and the graceful curve of the staircases all speak of elegance; a building made to be beautiful as well as functional.
Notice the tied sheaves of corn, either side of the clock.
and the glasswork in the roof.
The photo on the stairs shows the historic setting of the Cornmarket and you can see those two huge windows in the roof.
You'd never guess it was Jubilee year :)