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These chimneys were part of Halifax power station, located roughly where Sainsbury's is today. Sometimes nicknamed 'Salt and Pepper' they were built in the late 1930s and demolished in 1975 although there had been a failed attempt to blow them up…
This view would have been taken somewhere close to North Bridge and shows the power station and other industrial buildings in the bottom end of town. Very few of the buildilngs in this picture still survive. The cooling towers were demolished in…
This photograph must be pre 24th March 1974, the date on which the cooling towers were demolished. For more information about the power station see
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