King Cross Street, Halifax



Some images of King Cross Street, Halifax

Looking up King Cross Street, Halifax with the (now demolished)  flats on the left

This image [JRR230.JPG] was kindly submitted by John Rushworth

King Cross Street, Halifax

This image [JRR277.JPG] was kindly submitted by John Rushworth

Looking up King Cross Street, Halifax with the Courier Offices on the left

This image [JRR231.JPG] was kindly submitted by John Rushworth

Looking down King Cross Lane, Halifax with Harrison & Allott on the left

This image [JRR164.JPG] was kindly submitted by John Rushworth

An early view looking up King Cross Street before 1914, when much of the area on the left was cleared to make way for Bull Green.

The building at the far right – which was occupied by Scratcherd & Company and then a sequence of pubs – can be clearly identified, and is still standing today.

The photograph is entitled Old Views: Halifax, Yorkshire [1897-1900]

This image [DG990.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves

King Cross Street at the junctions with Lord Street and Hopwood Lane

[Taken in the 1950s]

This image [DG1874.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves

King Cross Street, Halifax at the end of Lord Street

[Taken in April 2014]

This image [IB58.JPG] was kindly submitted by Ivan Birch

King Cross Street, Halifax

[Taken in April 2014]

This image [IB59.JPG] was kindly submitted by Ivan Birch



© Malcolm Bull 2018
Revised 11:13 /5th June 2018 / ph1482 / 8704

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