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The right hand side of the street here is very little changed since this photograph was taken. The fine facade of the Borough market remains intact today, although the street is pedestrianised. The clock tower of the Town Hall can be seen mid shot…

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The landmark tower in the town was built by the wealthy local industrialist John Wainhouse. allegedly to be able to look into his neighbours garden. The tower is open to the public on Bank Holidays and the views from the top of the tower are wide…

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Opened in February 1901, this fine building has had a number of names since that time. Its fortunes have varied over the decades, and was purchased by Halifax Borough Council in 1960. Amongst other things, it hosted pop groups in the 1960s, wrestling…

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This is a view of the magnificent Town Hall, one of a series of fine victorian buildings in the town. The postcard is dated January 1913.

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Early C17 farmhouse, now 4 dwellings. Subdivided C19, part rebuilt 1885.

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Willowhall South, Friendly, Sowerby Bridge

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Willowhall North, Friendly, Sowerby Bridge
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