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On the right the imposing general Post Office building which still stands today although no longer the post Office. On the left just out of view to the front of the tram was the entrance to Wellington Station whilst looking ahead is Wellington Street…
Listed building status: Grade II
Halifax Post office on Commercial Street, was opened 23 Sep 1887.

From: Leeds Times 19 March 1887:
Halifax has achieved what Leeds has not accomplished. The inhabitants have got a new Post Office erected, at a cost…
The very handsome Post Office building on Commercial Street, now disused, with the main office at present in the WH Smith shop at Woolshops. The shop on the left was for many years a very popular toyshop.
Todmorden Hall, or Todmorden Old Hall, dates from around 1603 and was built by the Radcliffe family replacing an earlier house. It then passed into the Fielden family for several decades up to 1795. In 1924 it became the Post Office and is now a…
Post Office, Commercial St., Halifax 1978
Ref 092251 The main part of the building was constructed in 1887 with an extension for a telephone exchange added in 1926.
Pictured here at Hebden Bridge Post Office. c.2009
Looking down Cragg Road towards Mytholmroyd. The Methodist Chapel, now a private house, is on the left.
ALC00338. c1910. Shops from the right: Hilber Brothers Fruit & Potato Merchant; the Post Office, clock showing 10.15; the Lancashire Bank; Lellos Central Dining Rooms which is seemingly recommended by the Cycling Touring Club; Arthur Smith but then…
This was Todmorden Post Office - the Sorting Office was in the rear of the Hall. Scanned from photograph
Photo taken from near Weasel Hall, the building with the arches, upper centre of the picture, is Stubbings Infant School, and below it the building with the clock tower is Carlton Building, which was formerly part of Hebden Bridge Co-operative…
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