EPW024369 ENGLAND (1928). The station and environs, Huddersfield, 1928

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Title [EPW024369] The station and environs, Huddersfield, 1928
Reference EPW024369
Date September-1928
Link
Place name HUDDERSFIELD
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 414394, 416837
Longitude / Latitude -1.7822241192687, 53.647607662576
National Grid Reference SE144168

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Annie
Wednesday 3rd of January 2018 11:43:57 AM

Annie
Wednesday 3rd of January 2018 11:41:04 AM
Cloth Hall Chambers

Stan
Saturday 31st of January 2015 03:46:10 PM
The Crown Hotel

Stan
Saturday 31st of January 2015 03:40:23 PM
Rippon Bros car dealers specialising in Rolls Royce

Stan
Saturday 31st of January 2015 03:38:11 PM
Viaduct Street

Stan
Saturday 31st of January 2015 03:35:38 PM

Stan
Saturday 31st of January 2015 03:33:36 PM
Primitive Chapel - demolished

Stan
Saturday 31st of January 2015 03:32:26 PM
Mechanics Institute

Stan
Saturday 31st of January 2015 03:31:40 PM
Princess Cinema - Northumberland Street was originaly built as a warehouse the building is still up

Stan
Saturday 31st of January 2015 03:26:05 PM
Majestic Cinema Viaduct Street

Stan
Saturday 31st of January 2015 03:22:29 PM
This building behind wells mills could have been used by Newtons or Ripon Brothers there was a large hole in the floor and a lot of horse drawn carriages had been pushed down the hole into the basement,they were the type of carriages that can be seen on the front at Blackpool.

Garry Whitwam
Friday 25th of July 2014 02:07:45 PM
Wells Mill, Ocupied by the army durin the second world war and was deralict after the army left, it was another play area for the northgate children,the favourite pastime was runing up to the top floor and sliding down the fire escape poles.

Garry Whitwam
Friday 25th of July 2014 02:01:42 PM
This Dam at the rear of the deralict mills was used as a play area for the children of northgate. The favourite pastime was to sail around the dam on jettisoned fuel tanks dropped by German bombers.

Garry Whitwam
Friday 25th of July 2014 01:50:24 PM

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:19:57 PM

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:18:34 PM
Old Post Office

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:16:32 PM

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:15:47 PM

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:15:00 PM
Old cab drivers hut no longer there

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:13:38 PM
St Georges Square

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:12:17 PM
Statue of Sir Robert Peel replaced now by one of Harold Wilson

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:11:32 PM

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:10:00 PM
Estate Buildings Westgate

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:06:56 PM
St Peters Parish Church

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:05:53 PM
The old Wholesale Market of 1888 now the Open Market

Stan
Saturday 8th of March 2014 04:04:22 PM
George Hotel, home of Rugby League

BfA events
Friday 22nd of February 2013 02:40:35 PM
Cloth Hall now the site of Sainsbury's.

BfA events
Friday 22nd of February 2013 02:36:55 PM
Station turntable.

Gary
Thursday 5th of July 2012 08:11:46 AM
Raft of wagons stood on the 'Fifth Line' which crossed the viaduct to Hillhouse goods yard.

Gary
Thursday 5th of July 2012 08:11:15 AM
Huddersfield No2.

Gary
Thursday 5th of July 2012 08:09:46 AM
Huddersfield No1

Gary
Thursday 5th of July 2012 08:08:58 AM
Huddersfield Number 1 what?

Paul Stevenson
Friday 20th of July 2012 11:02:13 PM
GN Goods warehouse

Gary
Thursday 5th of July 2012 08:05:03 AM
LNWR Goods warehouse.

Gary
Thursday 5th of July 2012 08:04:42 AM

Gary
Thursday 5th of July 2012 08:03:36 AM
Sound, Craft, Vision, Place event at the University of Huddersfield. Lots of local history enthusiasts explore the website and tell us all about Huddersfield. Here's on of our favourite stories: legend goes that the lion on the roof of the Lions Buildings jumps down to make a tour of St George's Square if the clock ever was to strike thirteen ..

Katy Whitaker
Saturday 30th of June 2012 01:53:32 PM
This is a very usefull website

Rover45
Sunday 1st of July 2012 08:09:38 PM

User Comment Contributions

I’m interested to know what was the circular shaped building south west of the station? It appears to have been where Sainsbury’s is now.

mcgeacs
Monday 2nd of July 2012 05:04:16 PM
The elliptical building is the Cloth Hall. According to "Huddersfield - a most handsome town" (which has few other pictures of it) it was commissioned in 1775, completed 1776, enlarged 1780 and again 1848 and further extended in 1864. It was odd in that it was largely built of red brick in a town where almost all other building were in local stone. It was demolished about 1933 and the Ritz cinema built in 1935 in its place, my wfe remembers Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones performing there in the in the early 1960's. The nearest cloth hall still standing is a square one in Halifax called the Piece Hall.

gardner
Monday 2nd of July 2012 05:04:16 PM