EPW036848 ENGLAND (1931). Miall Street Worsted Mills and environs, Halifax, 1931

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Pennawd [EPW036848] Miall Street Worsted Mills and environs, Halifax, 1931
Cyfeirnod EPW036848
Dyddiad September-1931
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Enw lle HALIFAX
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Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 408067, 425531
Hydred / Lledred -1.8777227487872, 53.725895258538
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SE081255

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Miall Street Worsted Mills (Hollingdrake & Clegg).

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Hanson Lane.

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The Castle Hotel. Opened in 1887 by Brear & Brown's brewery of Hipperholme. Became a Whitaker's house in 1916. Because it was the nearest pub to the cattle market it was allowed to open at 10.00 a.m. On market day (Friday). The Castle later became The Armada and The Bucaneer and closed in 2009.

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Victoria Road - home in the 20th century of Halifax's cattle market and fairground - both just out of shot in this photo.

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St. Augustine's C of E Primary School. Opened 1868. In the late 19th century, as the local area expanded quickly, the school is said to have been Halifax's largest school. It is still standing today (2013) and is still a primary school.

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St. Augustine's Vicarage. Still in place (2013) as a busy community building offering a range of services to the local area.

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St. Augustine's Church, Hanson Lane. Built 1872 -75. Included woodwork , pews etc. by Robert Thompson (1875 - 1955). He was a craftsman from Kilburn, North Yorkshire known as 'The Mouseman' ( all his furniture had tiny a tiny mouse carved into it). The church was closed in the early 1970s and demolished.

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