Horton Street, Halifax


General Points

Horton Street is the 1 in 5 incline road leading from Halifax railway station up to Ward's End.

It was named after Sir Watts Horton who owned land there, including that where Halifax railway station stands.

Many of the shops and other buildings on the street were built around 1903 and are listed

A horse trough stood outside the Crown, Halifax at the approach to Halifax Railway Station.

Property in Horton Street

The occupants of the properties here have included

Other features

Beerhouses & Pubs in Horton Street, Halifax

Several beerhouses and public houses have been recorded in and around Horton Street, Halifax, including

See Cross Street, Halifax

© Malcolm Bull 2023
Revised 12:16 / 30th January 2023 / 13485

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