EPW036878 ENGLAND (1931). King Cross and the Wainhouse Tower, Halifax, 1931

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Pennawd [EPW036878] King Cross and the Wainhouse Tower, Halifax, 1931
Cyfeirnod EPW036878
Dyddiad September-1931
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 407750, 424197
Hydred / Lledred -1.8825611423888, 53.713908590147
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SE078242


Hyde Park Road

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Halifax St Paul's station.

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Grandfathers stables.

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John Wass
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22 Warley Road home of the Brown family from the late 1940's through the 1950's

Saturday 10th of May 2014 08:48:18 AM
These streets were demolished in the late 1960s in preparation for major roadworks and development in the King Cross area. They were replaced in 1970 by Halifax's main fire station.

Saturday 14th of December 2013 12:28:56 PM
Wainhouse Terrace. Built in 1876 by J E Wainhouse, who also built the impressive Wainhouse Tower also in this shot. This was two terraces of houseson a steep hillside linked by a staircase in an elaborate square tower (visible in this picture)with a 200 ft. balcony. The houses were cleared in 1972 but the balcony and tower still remain (2013)

Saturday 14th of December 2013 12:24:54 PM
Princess Mary High School for Girls. A grammar school for girls opened in 1931.Demolished in 2013 to make way for the development of a new building for Calderdale College.

Saturday 14th of December 2013 10:07:12 AM
King Cross Methodist Chapel. The building dates from 1878 and closed in 22007. The building is still standing (2013) and is used by a number of businesses including a home care service and a fitness centre.

Saturday 14th of December 2013 09:59:04 AM
On this site was built the famous local pub, The Allan Fold. The local brewery, Webster's, built and opened this pub in 1939 as part of an ambitious development programme in the 1930s. The pub took its name from Allan Fold House a 17th century house on the site. Part of the house, dated 1654, remains on the side of Burnley Road and became part of the retaining wall of the pub car park. The pub changed hands in the 1980s and was known as the Second Best for a while - what an odd name for any pub! The pub still (2013) still exists in its 1930s building but is now called the Hills View.

Saturday 14th of December 2013 01:24:21 AM
King Cross Working Men's Club. Still (2013) in place and operating successfully - unlike many other clubs.

Saturday 14th of December 2013 01:01:12 AM
The Junction Hotel. At the corner of Queens Road the Junction is a Victorian hotel. During the early 20th century it was owned by the local Whitaker's brewery which was eventually taken over by the national Whitbread's chain. Currently (2013) it is is continuing to trade as a pub.

Saturday 14th of December 2013 12:44:16 AM
The Palladium Cinema. A relatively small 'picture house' built in 1914. It lasted until 1962 mainly showing second screenings of films that had been hits on the major town centre cinema chains. After 1962 it became a bingo hall. The building is still there (2013) and is a carpet shop.

Saturday 14th of December 2013 12:35:24 AM
The Feathers. Formerly a Webster's pub originally called 'The Prince of Wales' Feathers'. Still in use as a pub (2013).

Saturday 14th of December 2013 12:17:20 AM
The King Cross branch of the Halifax Co-operative Society. The building still stands (2013) and is used as a supermarket.

Saturday 14th of December 2013 12:14:05 AM
Wainhouse Tower

Monday 19th of August 2013 12:26:09 PM
King Cross Police Station

Friday 21st of December 2012 10:54:14 PM
Built on the junction of Warley Road & Burnley Road and opened in May 1911. Closed in 1973 and demolished.

Saturday 14th of December 2013 12:52:39 AM