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Stubbings Steps from School Street down to Commercial Street in the 1950s. The building at the bottom was originally the toll bar house on the Leeds and Hebden Bridge Turnpike Road.
This is a general view of Corn Market in Halifax looking down into Princess Street beyond. In the centre is the striking Art Deco Facade of Burton's tailors.
This is the site of the Multi Storey Car Park, Cow Green, Halifax
Ref 093255. All the buildings in this view have gone, as has Weymouth Street itself. The site is now occupied by the Broad Street Plaza.
This is a view of the North end of Market Street and the top of Gaol Lane. The same view in 2015 would show the library and council buildings.
This view is looking down Gaol Lane from Market Street and shows the rear of the buildings in Woolshops. All the buildings in this view have long since been demolished.
This is the top of Woolshops Halifax. All the buildings in this picture have been demolished, apart from the 'Tudor' style one on the left, which was demolished but then rebuilt.
The old Woolshops in Halifax. These buildings were demolished in the early 1980s.
King Cross Road as it appeared in the late 1970s.
On the right of the picture is the Kings Head pub which was closed in 1971. The buildings have since been demolished and site is currently a multi-storey car park.
View looking down Central Street to Silver Street and the rear of the buildings on George Square, possibly 1960s
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