Malcolm Bull's Calderdale Companion : Photograph

New Bank, Halifax



Some images of New Bank, Halifax before the Burdock Way development began

New Bank, Halifax

This image [GY460.JPG] was kindly submitted by Graham Yarker

The junction of New Bank and Charlestown Road taken from the northern end of North Bridge, with the Pine Apple Hotel at the corner of New Bank and Charlestown Road, George Riley's Clog Shop beneath, a warehouse with the faded name of Joseph Brook further along Charlestown Road, and beyond that, at the far right of the photograph, is the roof of a small fish and chip shop, and then the Bishop Blaize with the Whitaker's sign

For anyone unfamiliar with the tramway system, the things that look like birds in the sky, are the points for the electric wires for the tramways

[Dated 1916]

This image [DG351.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves

New Bank, Halifax

This image [JRR219.JPG] was kindly submitted by John Rushworth

New Bank, Halifax

This image [JRR220.JPG] was kindly submitted by John Rushworth

New Bank, Halifax with the The Wellington Hotel on the left, and the Great Northern Hotel on the right

This image [JRR168.JPG] was kindly submitted by John Rushworth

New Bank, Halifax

This image [GY322.JPG] was kindly submitted by Graham Yarker

New Bank, Halifax

This image [GY459.JPG] was kindly submitted by Graham Yarker



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