Malcolm Bull's Calderdale Companion : Streets in Calderdale : S

Streets in Calderdale



Sackville Street, Hebden Bridge

Sackville Street, Todmorden

Saddle Hall, Bradshaw

Saddleworth Road
The B6114 runs from Elland Bridge, Bank Bottom, Elland, through West Vale, Greetland, Barkisland, over the M62 and the Scammonden Bridge, and on into Lancashire

At the rear of 247 Saddleworth Road, there is a crudely-carved stone inscribed

Great Flood Nov: 16 1866

to commemorate the floods of 16th November 1866

Saint Alban's Avenue, Skircoat Green

Saint Alban's Croft, Halifax

Saint Alban's Road, Halifax

Saint Andrew's Close, Illingworth

Saint Andrew's Drive, Brighouse

Saint Anne's Place, Halifax

Saint Anne's Place, Stainland

Saint Anne's Road, Halifax

Saint Anne's Square, Sowerby Bridge
In 1861, 1871, it was referred to as Square.

See Jolly Sailor, Sowerby Bridge

Saint Augustine's Terrace, Halifax

Saint Bevan's Road, Halifax

Saint Chad's Avenue, Brighouse

Saint David's Court, Halifax

Saint George's Avenue, Elland

Saint George's Crescent, Wheatley

Saint George's Road, Lee Mount

Saint George's Square, Hebden Bridge

The local Pace Egg Play is performed here.

In 2008, a modern sculpture – a 10 ft high replica of a fustian-cutter's knife – was installed in the square.

Some of the buildings here are listed

Saint George's Square, Lee Mount

Saint George's Street, Hebden Bridge

See Hebden Royd Council Offices

Saint George's Terrace, Lee Mount

Saint Giles's Close, Brighouse

Saint Giles's Court, Lightcliffe

Saint Giles's Road, Lightcliffe
There are many quarries in the area.

See Giles House

Saint Helen's, Stainland

Saint Ives Gardens, Halifax

Saint Ives Road, Halifax
See Green Royde, Halifax

Saint James's Court, Halifax
Block of flats at Great Albion Street opened on 25th April 1964

Saint James's Road, Halifax
The name was originally Cabbage Lane. The name was changed at Anne Lister's request when St James's Church opened in 1832.

The City was here.

See Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Church, Halifax, St James's Road Turkish Baths, Halifax and Stannary, Halifax

Saint James's Square, Northowram

Saint James's Street, Halifax
Runs between St James's Road and Pellon Lane.

Some of the buildings here are listed

  • Numbers 7 & 9: 19th century houses

Saint John's Close, Hebden Bridge

Saint John's Close, Sowerby Bridge

Saint John's Cross, Bradshaw

Saint John's Cross, Illingworth

Saint John's Lane, Halifax
Leads west from Clare Road.

House Number 2, St John's Lane is known as St John's House

See Cading's Croft, Halifax and Esau Hanson

Saint John's Place, Halifax

Collinson's tea warehouse and the Freemasons' Hall stood here

Saint John Street, Brighouse

Saint John's Street, Halifax
Area of New Road

Saint John's Yard, Halifax
West of Back Street

Saint Luke's Street, Claremount
Recorded in 1874, 1911 and 1936.

Ran north-east between St Thomas Street, Claremount and Parsonage Street, Claremount. The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

Saint Mark's Street, Boothtown
Recorded in 1881 and 1895. This was one of a number of streets which ran parallel to Boothtown Road, between Grantham Road and Rawson Street North. The property was demolished in the 1970s. Rawson Junior, Infants' & Nursery School was built on the site

Saint Martin's Terrace, Brighouse
Off Church Street.

Owners and tenants have included

Saint Martin's View, Brighouse
Waring Green. Formerly known as New Street, Brighouse

Saint Mary's Gate, Elland

Saint Mary's Heights, Halifax

Saint Mary Street, Halifax

Saint Matthew's Court, Northowram

Saint Matthew's Drive, Northowram

Saint Paul's Road, Halifax

Saint Peter's Avenue, Sowerby Bridge

Saint Peter's Gate, Todmorden

Saint Peter's Square, Southowram
School Lane.

Rev George Edward Aspinall owned property here and elsewhere in Southowram [1922].

In 1930, a report to the Highways Committee of Southowram Council said that

surrounding the Square were 14 houses, the occupants of which had to share 6 lavatories. Each house had a sink draining into 2 gullies, and there were 12 gullies in the yard, All these gullies drained away to the old quarry workings. The lavatories were distinctly objectionable and it would be impossible to convert them because the sewer, running only 6 yards away, was higher than the level of the lavatories

Saint Peter's Square, Sowerby

Saint Peter Street, Boothtown
Recorded in 1874. This was one of a number of streets which ran parallel to Boothtown Road, between Grantham Road and Rawson Street North. The property was demolished in the 1970s. Rawson Junior, Infants' & Nursery School was built on the site

Saint Pol Square, Hebden Bridge
Area of Bridge Gate to celebrate the twinning of Hebden Bridge with St Pol sur Ternoise, France

Saint Stephen's Court, Copley

Saint Stephen's Street, Copley
A part of Copley model village.

Many of the buildings here are listed

  • Calder Terrace: Numbers 25 to 40 St Stephen's Street
  • Numbers 61 to 79
  • Railway Terrace: Numbers 117 to 136 St Stephen's Street
  • Numbers 137 to 148

Saint Thomas Street, Claremount
Named for the church of St Thomas the Apostle which opened in 1860.

Recorded in 1872.

Running north-east off St Thomas Street and into Parsonage Street, Claremount were:

The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

Saint Winifred's Close, Halifax

Salem Street, Hebden Bridge

Salford Industrial Estate, Todmorden

Salford, Todmorden

Salisbury Place, Akroydon

Many of the buildings here are listed

  • Numbers 1 to 19 (odd) 
  • Numbers 2 & 4 (even) 
  • Numbers 6 to 24 (even) 
  • Numbers 26 to 40 (even) 
  • Numbers 37 to 55 (odd) 
  • Numbers 42 to 60 (even) 
  • Numbers 62 to 64 (odd) 

Salisbury Place, Hipperholme

Salisbury Street, Sowerby Bridge

Salisbury Terrace, Akroydon

Salt Drake, Cottonstones

Salt Street, Halifax

Saltburn Street, Halifax
Hanson Lane.

Recorded in 1891

Salterhebble Hill, Dudwell
Hill at Salterhebble on the A629 which leads up into Halifax from Huddersfield and the south.

This is part of the main road from Halifax to Huddersfield, which comprises Ward's End, Commercial Street, Portland Place, Prescott Street, Skircoat Road, Spring Hall,, Huddersfield Road, Salterhebble Hill, Huddersfield Road, Elland Wood Bottom, Halifax Road and Calderdale Way.

Motorists travelling from the M62 and Huddersfield to Halifax will be aware of its steep and twisting ascent into the town.

In 1903, the gradient of the hill was reported to be 1 in 9.69. This was significant for the growing tramway system.

Because of the gradient, the Tramways Committee considered installing a large lift to raise the tramcars from Salterhebble to Dudwell. J. H. Whitley visited the USA where similar lifts were in use.

In 1842, a band of Chartists was involved in an affray at the bottom of Salterhebble Hill – see the Foldout and Plug Riots and The Struggles of an Old Chartist

Salterhebble Terrace, Halifax

Salterlee, Halifax

Saltonstall Lane, Wainstalls

Many buildings here are listed

There is a water supply trough set into a wall here

Salubrity Street, Claremount
Recorded in 1874 off Horley Green Road

Sammy Blakeborough Buildings, Ovenden
Recorded in 1871

Sandal Magna, Shelf

Sandal Street, Hebden Bridge
Some of the buildings here are listed

  • Numbers 1, 3, 10 & 12 – originally an early 18th century house

Sandal Terrace, Sowerby Bridge

Sandbed, Hebden Bridge

Sandbed, Stainland

Sandbed Villas, Hebden Bridge

Sandbeds Crescent, Halifax

Sandbeds Road, Pellon

Sandbeds Terrace, Halifax

Sandforth Avenue, Halifax

Sandhall Avenue, Halifax

Sandhall Crescent, Halifax

Sandhall Drive, Highroad Well

Sandhall Green, Halifax

Sandhall Lane, Halifax

Sandholme Crescent, Hipperholme

Sandmoor Gardens, Shelf

Sandown Avenue, Ovenden

Sandown Road, Ovenden

Sandworth Street, Todmorden

Sandy Bank, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Haley Hill

Sandy Dyke Lane, Triangle

Sandy Fore, Halifax

Sandy Gate, Hebden Bridge

Sandy Gate Lane, Hebden Bridge

Sandy Lane, Halifax
A lane which led from North Bridge up to Claremount and Horley Green

Sandyfoot, Barkisland

Sanworth Street, Todmorden

Sarah Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Haley Hill

Sassey Gate, Midgley
Towngate. Recorded in 1891

Saughes Cottages, Hebden Bridge

Saunderson Street, Claremount
Recorded in 1874 and 1936.

Ran north-east between St Thomas Street, Claremount and Parsonage Street, Claremount. The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

Savile Close, Brighouse

Savile Drive, Halifax

Savile Glen, Skircoat

Savile Green, Halifax
Area of Harrison Road.

See Savile Green Estate, Halifax

Savile Hall, Halifax
Area of Savile Road near Savile Hall

Savile Lane, Clifton

Savile Lea, Halifax

Savile Mews, Skircoat

Savile Parade, Halifax

Savile Park Gardens, Halifax

Savile Park, Halifax

Savile Park Road, Halifax
The road runs from the junction of Blackwall and West Parade, through Bell Hall, to Savile Park.

Before 1933, the section west of Savile Hall is named Bull Close [before 1842] and Haugh Shaw Lane, Halifax [from 1842].

Savile Park Street, Halifax

Savile Park Terrace, Halifax

Savile Park View, Halifax
Recorded in 1905 around 19-29 Trooper Lane

Savile Place, Halifax

Savile Road, Elland

Savile Road, Halifax
Runs west from Harrison Road to Savile Hall, where it joins Savile Park Road.

Most of the houses here are known by name though some are referred to by number, and some by both at different times!

Question: Can anyone clarify any confusion/duplication in the information in the Foldout?


Savile Road, Hebden Bridge

Savile Road, Skircoat

Savile Row, Halifax
Section of Savile Park Road.

Owners and tenants have included

Savile Royd, Halifax

Savile Street, Halifax

Savile Terrace, Halifax
Section of Savile Park Road.

Owners and tenants have included

Savile Way, Elland

Saville Lane, Brighouse

Saville Street, Sowerby Bridge
Samuel Wilkinson was involved in houses built in the street [1901]

Saw Hill, Sowerby Bridge

Saxon Street, Halifax

Saxon Street, Todmorden

Sayle's Row, Rastrick
Recorded in 1907

Scaitcliffe, Todmorden

Scaitcliffe View, Todmorden

Scammonden Road, Barkisland

Scar Bottom Cottages, Mytholmroyd

Scar Bottom Lane, Greetland

Scar Bottom, Mytholmroyd

Scar Bottom Road, Pye Nest

See Scarr Bottom Cottages, Pye Nest

Scar Head Road, Sowerby Bridge
The 17th century packhorse route between Sowerby Bridge and Norland crosses the Ryburn at Stirk Bridge

Scar Head, Sowerby Bridge

Scar Top, Greetland

Scarborough Terrace, Elland

Scarbottom Cottages, Mytholmroyd

See Scarbottom Mill, Mytholmroyd

Schofield's Buildings, West Vale

Schofield's Court, Halifax
Recorded in 1871 and 1874 off Crossley Terrace

Schofield Street, Todmorden

Schofield's Yard, Brighouse
Off Commercial Street.

Recorded in 1871, 1891 and 1900

Scholefield's Yard, Brighouse
Recorded in 1907

Scholes Lane, Greetland

Scholey Avenue, Rastrick

Scholey Road, Rastrick

Scholfield Street, Todmorden

School Close, Illingworth

School Close, Ripponden

School Cote Brow, Ovenden

School Cote Terrace, Ovenden

School Court, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Great Albion Street

School Crescent, Illingworth

School Dame Green, Rastrick

School Green, Rastrick

School Land Lane, Colden
See School Land Farm, Colden

School Lane, Halifax

School Lane, Illingworth

See Popples Almshouses, Bradshaw and Scausby Hall, Illingworth

School Lane, Southowram
Formerly known as Ludhill Lane.

The lane goes past Ashday Lane Methodist Sunday School

School Lane, Todmorden

School Street, Greetland

School Street, Halifax

School Street, Hebden Bridge

School Terrace, Wheatley
Back-to-back housing of Ramsden Street. Demolished in 1969

School Yard View, Halifax

Schorah's Row, Brighouse
Recorded in 1841 as being near Granny Hall.

Owners and tenants have included

Score Hill, Northowram

Scotland Lane, Wainstalls

Scotland, Luddendenfoot

Scott's Row, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Foundry Street

Scott Street, Lee Mount

Scott Street, Todmorden

Scotty Bank, Rastrick
Named for Rev John Meldrum, a Scotsman who was minister at Bridge End Chapel and farmed a small croft at Bridge End

Scotty Croft Lane, Rastrick
Named for Rev John Meldrum, a Scotsman who was minister at Bridge End Chapel and farmed a small croft at Bridge End

Scout Bottom Lane, Mytholmroyd

Scout Bottom, Mytholmroyd

Scout Close, Mytholmroyd

Scout End, Mytholmroyd

Scout Road, Mytholmroyd

Scout View, Mytholmroyd

Scrapers Lane, Todmorden

Sculptor Place, Brighouse
Houses here are dated 1855

Question: Does anyone know who the sculptor was?


Second Avenue, Halifax

Sedan Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1905 off Powell Street / Trinity Road

Sedburgh Road, Halifax
Runs off Shay Syke

Seed Hill Lane, Todmorden

Seed Hill Terrace, Halifax

Seedhill Lane, Todmorden

Seedling Mount, Halifax
Or Seedling's Mount. Recorded in 1874 off Crib Lane

See Seedlings Mount Brewery, Halifax, Seedlings Mount, Halifax and Sydel-ing

Sefton Avenue, Hove Edge

Sefton Crescent, Hove Edge

Sefton Drive, Hove Edge

Sefton Street, Halifax

Sefton Terrace, Halifax

Selby, Illingworth

Senior's Buildings, Halifax
Recorded in 1909 and 1936 off Range Bank / Bank Street

Senior's Fold, Halifax
Area of Cripplegate. Recorded in 1874

See Joseph Hilton

Shade Street, Todmorden
Row of terraced houses off the A6033 Rochdale Road at Shade.

See Physic Street, Todmorden

Shaftesbury Avenue, Rastrick

Shakespeare Avenue, Todmorden

Shakespeare Street, Halifax
Runs down the north side of the Theatre Royal. Recorded in 1837 and 1874

See Shakespeare, Halifax

Shaking House Lane, Holmfield
Recorded in 1905

Shalimar Street, Halifax

Shambles, Halifax

Shannon Close, Rastrick

Shannon Road, Rastrick

Shaw Booth Lane, Mount Tabor

Shaw Bridge, Todmorden

Shaw Close, Stainland

Shaw's Court, Halifax
Cul-de-sac off Bull Green / King Cross Street. Recorded in 1874. It was lost when Bull Green was redeveloped in the 1930s

Shaw Hill, Halifax
Area of South Parade and The Shay.

See Elm Wood House, Halifax and Skircoat

Shaw Hill Lane, Halifax

Shaw Lane, Halifax
Jeremiah Rossendale lived at a house here. Rev Enoch Mellor lived at the same house

Shaw Lane, Norland

Shaw Lane, Ovenden
See Shay Lane, Ovenden

Shaw Lane, Rishworth

Shaw Lane, Shelf

Shaw Lane, Sowerby
Richard Thomas lived near here when he wrote the tune Shaw Lane in 1865

Shaw Lane, Stainland

Shaw Mount, Luddendenfoot

Shaw Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 at King Cross

Shaw Street, Stainland

Shaw Wood Avenue, Todmorden
See Spring Mill, Todmorden

Shaw Wood Road, Todmorden

Shaw Wood View, Todmorden

Shawcroft Hill, Hebden Bridge

Shaws Lane, Cottonstones

Shay Lane, Halifax

Shay Lane, Ovenden
Runs from Ovenden to Holmfield.

Recorded in 1854, 1851 and 1861 as Shaw Lane.

Some of the buildings here are listed

  • 17th / early 18th century cottage: Number 151

See Holmfield Park

Shebden Place, Halifax
[?] Recorded in 1874 off Winding Road

Sheffield & Halifax Turnpike
Mentioned on 12th December 1867, when, at a special meeting of the trustees of the third district of the Sheffield & Halifax Turnpike Road, held at the Victoria Hotel, Sheffield, it was resolved to abolish all toll gates and side bars upon the said district (from Sheffield to Penistone) on the 31st of December 1867

Shelder Gate, Halifax
Recorded in 1761 as a name for Skeldergate.

See Miln Lane and Well Street

Shelf Hall Lane, Halifax

Shelf Moor Road, Shelf

Shelf Moor, Shelf

Shelf Road, Hebden Bridge

Shepherds Thorn Lane, Rastrick

Shepperd's Buildings, Northowram
Recorded in 1861

Sherburn Road, Rastrick

Sherwood Road, Brighouse

Shibden Dale, Northowram

Shibden Fold, Halifax

Shibden Garth, Halifax

Shibden Grange Drive, Halifax

Shibden Hall Croft, Halifax

See Polish Displaced Persons' Camp

Shibden Hall Road, Halifax
Takes its name from Shibden Hall.

Aka Halifax Old Road, the section into Halifax becomes Lister's Road as it passes over the Godley Cutting.

Number 21 & 23 were listed as a part of the Shibden Estate in a sale catalogue of October 1925.

See Ireland Farm, Southowram, Polish Displaced Persons' Camp and Shibden Industrial School

Shibden Mill Fold, Northowram

Shibden Place, Halifax
Ran north-south between Winding Road and Victoria Street East. Recorded in 1933. The bus station stands on the site

Shield Hall Lane, Sowerby Bridge

Ship Street, Brighouse
Recorded in 1875 as Victoria Street.

See Brighouse Market and Ship Inn, Brighouse

Shirley Grove, Lightcliffe

Shoe Shop Street, Halifax
A popular name for Crown Street on account of the number of footwear shops which once occupied the street

Shoebroad Lane, Todmorden

Shoesmith's Buildings, Salterhebble
Recorded in 1905 off Chapel Lane

Shoesmith's Buildings, Skircoat Green
Recorded in 1905

Shoesmith's Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1851

Shore Green, Todmorden

Shore New Road, Todmorden

Shore Road, Todmorden

Short Street, Todmorden

Shroggs, Hebden Bridge

Shroggs Road, Halifax

See Shroggs Road Tip

Shroggs Street, Halifax

Shroggs Terrace, Lee Mount

Shroggs Vue Terrace, Halifax

Shutts Lane, Norwood Green

Siddal Grove, Siddal

Siddal Lane, Siddal

Siddal New Road, Siddal
The construction of the new road – at a cost of £750 – from Water Lane to Whitegate, Siddal was sanctioned in August 1907. It was built in 1913, to provide alternative access to Siddal.

Previously access was only by way of Exley Lane, Exley Bank, Phoebe Lane, or Jubilee Road

Siddal Place, Siddal

Siddal Street, Siddal

Siddal Top Lane, Siddal

Side Street, Todmorden

Sigget Lane, Todmorden
Or Siggit

Silver Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Haley Hill

Silver Street, Halifax
See Chadwick Alley, Halifax, Fox Ginnel, Halifax, Red Lion Alley, Halifax and Woodhead Alley, Halifax

Silver Street, Heptonstall
A row of 8 early 19th century cottages (Numbers 1 to 8) are listed

The last handloom weaver in Heptonstall who retired in 1882 and died at No 7 Silver Street in 1902. There is a copper plate inscribed


Silver Street, Ripponden
See Foresters' Hall, Ripponden

Silver Street, Todmorden

Silverdale Terrace, Greetland

Silverwood Avenue, Pellon

Silverwood Walk, Halifax

Simeon Street, Todmorden

Simm Carr Lane, Northowram

Simm Carr, Northowram

See Simm Carr Clough, Shibden, Simm Carr coal mine, Shibden and Simm Carr Spa, Shibden

Simm's Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Smithy Street

Simmonds Lane, Halifax

Simmons Lane, Halifax

Simpson Road, Mytholmroyd

Simpson Street, Brighouse
Mill Lane. Recorded in 1888

Simpson Street, Halifax

Sion Hill, Siddal
Runs parallel to and just west of Siddal Lane

Sisley Lane, Todmorden

Skeldergate, Halifax
An early name for King Street, linking Woolshops and Cripplegate, is recorded between 1500 and 1750.

Aka Shelder Gate [1761]

Skelton Buildings, Mixenden
Recorded in 1854

Skircoat Green, Halifax

Skircoat Green Road, Halifax
Properties here have included:

Skircoat Moor Close, Halifax

Skircoat Moor Road, Halifax

Skircoat Road, Halifax
This is part of the main road from Halifax to Huddersfield, which comprises Ward's End, Commercial Street, Portland Place, Prescott Street, Skircoat Road, Spring Hall,, Huddersfield Road, Salterhebble Hill, Huddersfield Road, Elland Wood Bottom, Halifax Road and Calderdale Way.

The road began in 1890 and opened on 29 August 1891. It was built on an embankment which had formed by years of tipping spoil from the Halifax Gas Works. In 1905, the filling had to be dug out and quenched after spontaneous combustion broke out.

From Commercial Street and Ward's End, it followed the path of Caygill's Walk, and superseded the previous main road which ran below the Shay and up Shaw Hill into Huddersfield Road.

The house at Number 139 was built as the home for the General Manager of Halifax Corporation Transport. In March 1976, it was used as office accommodation. It subsequently fell into disrepair.

See David & John Brook and Shay House, Halifax

Sky Alley, Halifax
Square Road.

Recorded in 1915

Skye Alley, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 and 1905 off Square Road, Woolshops

Slack Bottom, Hebden Bridge

Slack Bottom, Heptonstall

Slack Cottages, Barkisland

Slack Field, Causeway Foot

Slack House Lane, Hebden Bridge

Slack Lane, Barkisland

Slack Lane, Midgley

Sladden Street, Boothtown
Off Mill Lane.

There was timber-framed house with an aisled hall here. It was cased in stone in the 17th century.

Later it was divided into several houses: Numbers 3, 4 & 5 Sladden Street and Number 2 Hall Street

This is discussed in the book Aisled Houses in the Halifax Area.

See Boothtown House

Slade Lane, Rastrick

Slaid Lane, Rastrick
Recorded in 1910

Slant Lane, Todmorden

Slater Avenue, Hebden Bridge

Slater Bank, Hebden Bridge

See Eversley Road, Hebden Bridge and Slater Bank Boarding School

Slater Bank Lane, Hebden Bridge

Slater Ing Lane, Heptonstall

Slead Avenue, Brighouse

Slead Court, Brighouse

Slead Crescent, Brighouse

Slead Grove, Brighouse

Slead Royd, Brighouse

Slead View, Brighouse

Slitheroe Bottom, Rishworth

Small Lees Lane, Rishworth

Small Lees Road, Sowerby Bridge

Smith's Buildings, Halifax
Blackledge. Recorded in 1874 and 1905

Smith's Buildings, Halifax
Range Bank. Recorded in 1861

Smith's Court, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Foundry Street

Smith Crescent, Rastrick

Smith House Avenue, Brighouse
A part of the Smith House housing estate

Smith House Close, Brighouse
A part of the Smith House housing estate

Smith House Crescent, Brighouse
A part of the Smith House housing estate

Smith House Drive, Brighouse
A part of the Smith House housing estate

Smith House Grove, Brighouse
A part of the Smith House housing estate

Smith House Lane, Brighouse
This was once the main road from Brighouse to Bradford before the Wibsey, Low Moor & Huddersfield Turnpike was built

Like many lanes in the district, this takes its name from a house, in this case, Smith House

See Bryn Terrace, Brighouse, Bute Terrace, Brighouse, Smith House housing estate and Whinney Cottage, Lightcliffe

Smith Lane, Halifax

Smith Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 as part of Stannary off Pellon Lane

Smith Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Range Bank.

See Back Smith Street, Halifax

Smith's Terace, Ovenden

Smith's Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Foundry Street

Smithers Yard, Elland
The Cross, Church Street.

Recorded in 1918

Smithfield Avenue, Hipperholme

Smithfield Road, Elland

Smithies' Buildings, Elland
In 1875, Joseph Smithies & Son Limited built a number of top-and-bottom houses for their workers near their Albert Mills on Saddleworth Road

Smithies Close, Barkisland

Smiths Terrace, Halifax

Smithson Row, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Southowram Bank

Smithwell Lane, Heptonstall
This is the main street through Heptonstall.

Listed buildings in Smithwell Lane

See Heptonstall village pump and Top o' th' Town, Heptonstall

Smithy Carr Lane, Brighouse

See Cross Street, Brighouse, Smithy Carr Lane Toll Bar, Brighouse and Trinity, Brighouse

Smithy Clough Lane, Ripponden

Smithy Croft, Halifax
A street which stood near Cripplegate, Halifax. Recorded in 1874 off Smithy Street

Smithy Fold, Elland

Smithy Fold, Midgley
John Naylor lived here and established a school here for the young workers in the local mills.

The Radical Hoil was here.

The property was owned by the Peaceful Dove Friendly Society. In 1887, it was rebuilt and renamed Dove's Rest

Smithy Hill, Causeway Foot

Smithy Lane, Halifax
A continuation of Winding Road north of its junction with King Street

Smithy Lane, Hebden Bridge

Smithy Lane, Rishworth

Smithy Stake, Halifax
Aka Spright Smithy. Recorded in the 18th century. There was once a stake to which horses were tethered for shoeing.

Pressic Darby had business here

Smithy Street, Halifax
Area of Woolshops. Recorded in 1874.

There were a number of Common Lodging Houses here [1904], including the Model Lodging House.

See Simm's Yard, Halifax, Smithy Croft, Halifax and Sun Yard, Halifax

Smithy Yard, Halifax
Haley Hill.

Recorded in 1874

There was a Common Lodging House here

Smyth Lane, Halifax

Snake Hill, Rastrick
The Quaker Snake Hill meeting house was near here from around 1650. Snake Hill Ford, Rastrick is nearby

Soaper House Lane, Coley
Named for Soaper House, Coley

Soaper Lane, Shelf

Sod House Green, Ovenden
See General Baptists Lord's Day School, Ovenden and Sod House Green

Soho Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Queens Road

Soil Hill, Causeway Foot

Soil Hill End, Causeway Foot

Solomon Hill, Midgley

Somerset Avenue, Rastrick

Sourhall Court, Todmorden

Sourhall Road, Todmorden

Some of the buildings here are listed

South Bank Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1865 and 1874 off Orange Street

South Bolton, Illingworth

South Carr, Luddendenfoot

South Cliffe, Holmfield

South Clough Head, Halifax

South Darley Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 as part of Stannary off Corporation Street.

See Darley Street, Halifax

South Derby Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1851

South Edge, Hipperholme

South Edge Terrace, Hipperholme

South Grove, Brighouse

South Lane, Elland
This was the main road to Huddersfield until the present Huddersfield Road was constructed.

The 19th century cottages here are listed.

See Withens Gap

South Lane Gardens, Elland

South Lane, Northowram

South Parade, Elland

South Parade, Halifax
A continuation of Church Street to the south, extending from the bottom of Horton Street to the bottom of Hunger Hill.

It is a now a part of the eastern by-pass of Halifax.

Beerhouses & Pubs in South Parade, Halifax

See Heath View Street, Halifax, Prescott Street, Halifax and Water Lane, Halifax

South Parade, Stainland

South Peat Pitts, Bradshaw

South Place, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Southgate

South Royd Avenue, Halifax

South Royd, Skircoat
House at the junction of Stafford Road and Skircoat Green Road.

Owners and tenants have included John Whiteley Ward [1871, 1905]

South Selby, Illingworth

South Street, Brighouse

South Street, Halifax
Area of King Cross Street.

Built during the 18th century.

Hanson says that this – and Middle Street – were the first rows of houses to be erected in the town, and that some of the houses had Venetian windows.

Recorded in 1874.

In 1934, Halifax Corporation decided that it would compulsorily purchase properties in this densely populated part of Halifax, as part of a clearance programme.

See Holy Trinity Boys' Junior School

South Street, Stainland

South Street West, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off West Parade

South Terrace, Northowram

South View, Barkisland

South View, Clifton

South View, Hebden Bridge

South View, Luddendenfoot

South View, Southowram

South View, Sowerby Bridge

South View Street, Todmorden

South View Terrace, Halifax

South View Terrace, Southowram
Recorded in 1881 and 1891. By 1911, it was known as South View.

See Harry Wadsworth

Southcliffe, Halifax
Bank Top.

Aka South Cliffe, South Cliff. Recorded in 1936

See Laurence Coates

Southcliffe, Illingworth

Southedge Close, Hipperholme

Southfield, Hebden Bridge

Southfield Terrace, Hipperholme

Southgate Balcony
10 houses on the western side of Halifax Borough Market overlooking Southgate.

Owners and tenants have included

See Market Street Balcony

Southgate, Elland
The street runs south from Elland Cross. Much of the 18th century and Victorian property here is listed.

The house at Number 77 Southgate is dated GSB 1675. It is now a store-room

Southgate, Halifax
Major street in Halifax town centre. Runs from Corn Market to Ward's End.

See Chamberlain Precinct, Magistrates' Office, Halifax and Taylor's Yard, Halifax

Southowram Bank, Halifax
The steep hill-side road leading from Clark Bridge, Halifax and the foot of Old Bank up to Bank Top, Southowram.

It is also an alternative name for Blaithroyd.

There used to many workers' houses on the hill, as can be seen in the photographs.

In 1870, the route was superseded by Beacon Hill Road, Southowram.

This is discussed in the book Sketches of Old Halifax.

See Bailey Hall Bank, Charlestown Road, Halifax, Devil's Cauldron, Pineberry Hill and Southowram Bank Board School

Beerhouses & Pubs in Southowram Bank

Sovereign Street, Halifax
Cul-de-sac which ran west from the Lister Lane end of Stead Street

Sowden Lane, Norwood Green

Sowerby Bridge to Salterhebble Turnpike
Turnpike built in 1824. It formed a part of the Rochdale to Halifax & Elland Turnpike. This is the Wakefield Road

Sowerby Croft Lane, Sowerby Bridge

Sowerby Croft, Sowerby Bridge

Sowerby Green, Sowerby Bridge

Sowerby Lane, Boulderclough

Sowerby Lane, Luddendenfoot

See Raw End Farm, Luddendenfoot and Sand House, Luddendenfoot

Sowerby New Road, Sowerby Bridge
The road opened on 23rd August 1860. The road was widened and reopened on 24th May 1930

See Wood Lane Hall, Sowerby

Sowerby Old Road, Sowerby Bridge

Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge
The street was a part of the packhorse route from Lancashire to Halifax.

In the 16th century, it was known as Pyghill Street.

Some of the buildings here are listed

See Bogden, Pear Tree Inn, Stansfield Court, Sowerby Bridge and Woods Court, Sowerby Bridge

Sowerby Town, Sowerby Bridge

Sowood Fold, Stainland
The late 18th century cottages here are listed

Sowood Green, Stainland

Sowood Hill, Stainland

Soyland Town Road, Soyland

Soyland Town, Sowerby Bridge

Spa Terrace, Cragg Vale

Spark House Lane, Norland

See Lower Spark House, Norland

Sparkhouse Lane, Sowerby Bridge

Spencer's Buildings, Halifax
Corporation Street.

Recorded in 1918

Spencer's Court, Halifax

Spencer Lane, Erringden
Some of the buildings here are listed

Spencer's Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Hopwood Lane

Spice Cake Lane, Halifax
Aka Spicecake Lane [1874]. Lane which once ran between King Cross Street and West Parade, Halifax

This is discussed in the book Sketches of Old Halifax.

See Spice cake and Swift's Brewery, Halifax

Spiggs, Northowram

Spindle Point, Illingworth

Spindle Street, Illingworth

The Spinney, Brighouse

The Spinney, Hebden Bridge

Spion Cop, Sowerby Bridge
Local name for Lower Clifton Street, Sowerby Bridge.

Named for the Battle of Spion Kop in the Boer War [23rd/24th January 1900]

Spout Hill, Rastrick
Spout Mills were here

Spout House Lane, Hove Edge

Like many lanes in the district, this takes its name from a house, in this case, Spout House

See Harley Head Farm, Hove Edge and Ivy House Farm, Hove Edge

Spring Bank, Luddendenfoot

Spring Bank, Sowerby Bridge

Spring Bottom, Walsden
Ramsden Wood

Spring Edge, Halifax

Spring Garden, Mytholmroyd

Spring Gardens, Brighouse

Owners and tenants have included

Spring Gardens, Copley
Recorded in 1905 at End of Copley mill

Spring Gardens, Friendly
A row of houses are recorded here in 1804. The land was owned by Dr Richard Alexander and occupied by James Riley.

Spring Garden School was built on land opposite the cottages.

In 1829, there were 21 cottages on the site owned by Robert Sutcliffe.

Number 17 was occupied by George Pickles [1829] and became the White Horse, Friendly [18??].

In 1873, Dr Thomas Britton, reported on

the fouling of the water in the well here which was due to drainage of certain piggeries

Spring Gardens, Mixenden
Recorded in 1905 near Page Hill

Spring Gardens, Mytholmroyd

Spring Gardens, Norwood Green

Spring Gardens, Waring Green

Owners and tenants have included

See Spring Cottage, Brighouse

Spring Gardens, Wheatley

Spring Grove Cottages, Barkisland

Spring Grove, Halifax

Spring Grove, Hebden Bridge
Built on the site of the former Foster Mill, Hebden Bridge

Spring Hall Close, Shelf

Spring Hall Court, Halifax

Spring Hall Gardens, Halifax

Spring Hall Grove, Halifax

Spring Hall Lane, Halifax
Named for Spring Hall, Pellon

Spring Hall Place, Halifax

Spring Head, Pellon

Spring Head, Shelf

Spring Lane, Greetland

Spring Mill Fold, Halifax

Spring Royd, Luddendenfoot

Spring Street, Brighouse
Was a part of Bank Street. The street no longer exists

Spring Street, Sowerby Bridge

Spring Street, Todmorden

Spring Terrace, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 and 1905 off New Bank / Pearson Street

Spring Terrace, Halifax

Spring Terrace, Sowerby Bridge

Spring Terrace, Stainland

Spring Terrace, Waring Green
A terrace of houses on Waterloo Road.

In 1901, Numbers 20 to 28 Waterloo Road are listed as Spring Terrace.

After her husband's death, Mrs Susan Sunderland lived at 24 Spring Terrace. She died here

Spring View, Luddendenfoot
A terrace of houses in several styles

Spring View Road, Luddendenfoot

Spring Villas, Cornholme

Spring Villas, Mytholmroyd

Spring Villas, Todmorden

Springfield Cottages, Sowerby Bridge

Springfield Grove, Brighouse

Springfield, Hipperholme

Springfield, Luddendenfoot

Springfield, Norland

Springfield Place, Brighouse
Waring Green. Built 1864

Springfield Place, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Range Bank

Springfield Road, Elland

Springfield, Sowerby Bridge

Springfield Terrace, Cragg Vale

Springfield Terrace, Hipperholme

Springfield Terrace, Luddendenfoot

Springhall Drive, Halifax

Springhall Lane, Halifax

Springwood Avenue, Copley

Springwood Drive, Copley

Springwood Gardens, Copley

Springwood Terrace, Hebden Bridge

Springwood Terrace, Stainland
Built for the workers at Shaw's Holroyds Mill, Holywell Green

Spruce Walk, Todmorden

The Square, Bank Top, Southowram
Aka Bank Top Square.

A terrace of 7 or 8 houses reached via Dog Kennel Lane from the main road at Bank Top, or via Middle Lane from Battinson Street.

Owners and tenants have included

Belle Vue Terrace was behind the houses of The Square

The Square, Bradshaw

Square, Halifax

The Square, Mytholmroyd
Hawksclough. Late 18th century cottages

The Square, Northowram

The Square, Rastrick
A group of single-storey houses on Castle Hill / Thornhill Road.

This is discussed in the book Our Home & Country.

Recorded in 1914 and the 1920s

Square Road, Halifax
On 19th century maps, it is shown as Square Lane.

Some of the buildings here are listed

Square Road, Walsden
Formerly known as Nip Square and Square.

Some of the buildings here are listed

  • Number 2
  • Numbers 6 to 14
  • Numbers 16 & 18 – early 19th century cottages
  • Number 20 – inscribed JS
  • Numbers 22 to 36 – late 18th century cottages

Square, Sowerby Bridge
In the census of 1861, 1871, St Anne's Square was referred to as Square

There are a great many properties with names like Bairstow's Buildings, Clough's Court, Hanson's Passage, Richardson's Row Walker's Square and Nichol's Yard.

Many of these were slums and poorer housing from the 19th century, possibly built by a mill-owner for his workers. Later offices and administrative buildings were given similar names, such as Princess Buildings.

The Foldout collects some of these names.

Stack Garth, Rastrick
A cul-de-sac off Ogden Lane

Stackgarth, Rastrick

Stackhills Road, Todmorden

Stafford Avenue, Halifax

See Edward Richardson and Stafford Hall, Halifax

Stafford Green, Halifax

Stafford Parade, Halifax
Run north off Dryclough Lane

Stafford Place, Halifax

Stafford Road, Halifax
Properties here include

Stafford Square, Halifax

Stainland Dean, Greetland

Stainland Road
The B6112 runs from Salterhebble, West Vale, Holywell Green, Stainland, Sowood, and on to Outlane

See 6 Stainland Road, West Vale, Burnal Bank Farm, Holywell Green, Ellistones Farm, Elland, Greetland Viaduct, Holywell Hall, Holywell Green, Stainland Manor House, New Laithe, Elland, Stainland Cross, Stainland Road, Barkisland, Town Ing Mills, Elland and West Vale Constitutional Club

Stainland Road, Barkisland
The road runs from Elland Road, Ripponden to Beestonley Lane, Stainland

See Barkisland Lower Hall and Nelson House, Barkisland

Stainland to Sowerby Bridge Turnpike
Opened in 1824. This was said to be one of the most expensive of roads with a toll gate about every mile including those at Clap Lane, Bank House, Stainland, Rawroyds Mill, Elland, and Waggon & Horses, Holywell Green.

The Shaw family were amongst the investors.

In 1824, an Act was passed to create a by-pass from Holywell Green to Outlane. The trust ran out of money and the roads above Holywell Green were not improved.

Tolls and toll bars were discontinued in October 1870

An old name – meaning stone street – for the road from Elland to Greetland. Now known as Rochdale Road

Stake Lane, Mytholmroyd
Ancient path up Hathershelf Scout

Stanage Lane, Northowram

See Stanage and The Lion Gate, Shelf

Stanleigh Croft, Hebden Bridge

Stanley Cryer Court, Todmorden

Stanley Lane, Sowood Green

Stanley Road, Pye Nest

Stanley Street, Brighouse

Stanley Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Queens Road

Stanley Street North, Illingworth

Stanley Street, Pye Nest

Stanley Street West, Sowerby Bridge

Stanley Terrace, Millwood
A blue plaque marks the birthplace of Sir John Cockcroft

Stannage Lane, Halifax

Stannally Street, Todmorden

Stannary Court, Halifax
Off Stannary Lane

Stannary, Halifax
An area of Halifax comprising Cabbage Lane, Corporation Street, Smith Street, Alma Street, Winn Street, Stannary Street, Greenwood Street, Darley Street, and South Darley Street, and extending down to Dean Clough and the Hebble Brook.

There were many houses and pubs in the area.

The area was lost – and the occupants rehoused – in the 1960s when Burdock Way was constructed.

See Edward Bull, Stannary, Stannary Congregational Church, Halifax, Stannary Hall, Halifax, Stannary Inn, Halifax, Stannary Lane, Lee Bridge, Stannary Mills, Halifax, Stannary Place, Halifax, Stannary Quarry, Halifax, Stannary Works, Halifax and Whitaker's Brewery

Stannary Lane, Lee Bridge
A continuation of Cribb Lane, Halifax which went west to join Pellon Lane.

Stannary Hall stood at the junction of Stannary and Stannary Lane.

See Stannary Court, Halifax

Stannary Place, Halifax

Stannary, Stainland

Stannary Street, Halifax
Part of Stannary. Ran between St James's Road and Pellon Lane

Stannery End Lane, Mytholmroyd

Stannery, Holywell Green

Stanningley Avenue, Mixenden

Stanningley Drive, Mixenden

Stanningley Green, Mixenden

Stanningley Road, Mixenden

Stansfeld's Croft, Sowerby Bridge
Sowerby Street. Recorded in 1871

Stansfield Close, Halifax
Part of the Crossley Garden Estate,

Stansfield's Court, Lee Mount

Stansfield Court, Sowerby Bridge
Slum housing which stood in the area of Sowerby Street, Sowerby Bridge.

See Bogden

Stansfield Grange, Sowerby Bridge
/ Triangle.

See The Lodge, Pond

Stansfield Hall Road, Todmorden

Stansfield Hey, Sowerby Bridge

Stansfield Mill Lane, Sowerby
Rochdale Road, Triangle

Stansfield Road, Todmorden

Stansfield Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Hanson Lane

Stansfield Street, Todmorden

Stansfield Terrace, Todmorden

Star Fold, Halifax
Recorded in 1680 in Heywood's diaries

Star Terrace, Rastrick

Star Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1845 and 1874 at 8 Northgate, Halifax.

The yard lay inside the block between Princess Buildings and the shops on Northgate

Station Approach, Todmorden

Station Parade, Todmorden

Station Road, Brighouse
Led to Brighouse Clifton Road Station

Station Road, Hebden Bridge

See Mayroyd Mill, Hebden Bridge

Station Road, Hipperholme

Station Road, Holmfield

Station Road, Holywell Green

Station Road, Luddendenfoot

See Boy Bridge, Luddendenfoot, Holmes Park and Station Road Bridge, Luddendenfoot

Station Road, Norwood Green

See Junction House, Norwood Green

Station Road, Ripponden
The first part of Elland Road – from Halifax/Rochdale Road to Ripponden Railway Station – was also known as Station Road

Station Road, Sowerby Bridge
The road was constructed in the late 19th century

See Coal Drops, Sowerby Bridge and Police Station, Sowerby Bridge

Station Road, Stainland

See Holywell House, Holywell Green

Station Road, Todmorden

Station Street, Todmorden

Station View, Hebden Bridge

Staups Lane, Stump Cross
Staups House is recorded here [1607].

See Field House, Shibden

Staups Lane, Todmorden

Staverton Street, Halifax

Stead Lane, Rishworth

Stead Street, Halifax
Ran between Lister Lane and Gibbet Street, just below Hall Street. Recorded in 1874

Stead's Yard, Halifax
Area of New Market Street

Steel Lane, Krumlin

Steele Lane, Barkisland

Steele Lane Head, Barkisland

Steep Bank Side, Southowram
Recorded in 1874

Steep Lane, Sowerby

See John Dracup, Pilling Lane, Sowerby, Quickstavers, Sowerby and Steep Lane Baptist Church, Sowerby

Stephen Close, Northowram

Stephen Row, Halifax

Stephen Street, Hebden Bridge

Steps Lane, Sowerby Bridge

See Willow Clough, Sowerby Bridge and Willow Lodge, Sowerby Bridge

The Steps, Sowerby Bridge

Sterne Hill, Sowerby Bridge

Stile Moor Rise, Todmorden

Stile Road, Todmorden

Stile, Sowerby Bridge

Stile Terrace, Sowerby Bridge

Stirling Street, Halifax

Stock Hey Lane, Todmorden

See Rough Top, Todmorden

Stock Lane, Warley

Some of the buildings here are listed

Stocks Avenue, Mytholmroyd

Stocks Crescent, Mytholmroyd

Stocks Drive, Mytholmroyd

Stocks Gardens, Mytholmroyd

Stocks Lane, Luddenden
There is a horse trough near the junction with High Street

Stocks Lane, Mount Tabor

Stocks Lane, Mytholmroyd

Stocks Lane, Sowerby

See Sowerby stocks

Stocks Road, Mytholmroyd

Stocks Villas, Heptonstall
The stocks were here

Stod Fold, Mixenden

Stone Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 at Caddy Field

Stone Trough Lane, Halifax
Former name of Trinity Road

Stonecliffe, Halifax

Stonelea, Barkisland

Stonelea Drive, Rastrick

Stonely Drive, Todmorden

Stones Bank, Sowerby Bridge

Stones Drive, Sowerby Bridge
At Stones, Ripponden

Stones Lane, Todmorden

See Hundersfield Monolith, Pighill, Walsden and Stones Grange Farm, Todmorden

Stones Road, Todmorden

Stones Terrace, Todmorden

Stoneshey Gate, Hebden Bridge

Stoney Brow, Halifax

Stoney Hall, Holmfield

Stoney Hill, Rastrick

Stoney Lane, Hebden Bridge

Stoney Lane, King Cross

Stoney Lane, Lightcliffe
Originally ran to Hoyle House.

After 1850, it was straightened to join Smith House Lane.

The road was unmade – and lived up to its name – until Cliffe Hill County Primary School and Stoney Lane Housing Estate were completed in 1953.

See Gun Club Field, Lightcliffe

Stoney Lane, Ovenden

Stoney Lane, Sowerby Bridge

Stoney Royd, Halifax

Stoney Royd Lane, Todmorden

Stoney Royd Terrace, Siddal

Stoney Spring, Luddendenfoot

Stony Butts Lane, Barkisland
The name uses the element butts, suggesting that archery was once practised here

Stony Croft Lane, Barkisland

Stony Hill, Rastrick

Stony Lane, Greetland

Stony Lane, Mill Bank

Stony Lane, Southowram

Stony Lane, Todmorden
Part of the old packhorse route

Stoodley Close, Todmorden

Stoodley Glen, Todmorden

Stoodley Grange, Todmorden
Formerly the Fielden Joint Hospital, Todmorden

Stoodley Lane, Todmorden

Some of the buildings here are listed

Stoodley Terrace, Halifax
West End / Warley Road

Stoodley View, Heptonstall
Early 19th century house at Number 40/42 Towngate

Store Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Spring Street

Stormer Hill Lane, Sowerby Bridge

Stormer Hill Road, Norland
Norland Working Men's Club is here

Stormer Hill, Sowerby Bridge

Storth Lea, Elland

Storth View, Elland

Stott's Place, Southowram
Recorded in 1905 and 1911 off 60 Southowram Bank

Straight Lane, Illingworth
Recorded in 1905 as a continuation of Raw Lane

Strand, Todmorden
Recorded in 1876.

The area outside the Golden Lion. It later became Fielden Square

Stratton Close, Rastrick

Stratton Park, Rastrick

Stratton Road, Rastrick

Streamside Fold, Mytholmroyd

The Anglo-Saxon word straet comes from the Latin via strata [a paved road]. Some early streets – such as Ermine Street, Watling Street – were Roman roads.

See Highways

Stretchgate Lane, Pellon

See Highgate Methodist Church, Ovenden and Stretchergate

Strines Street, Todmorden

Strines, Todmorden

Stub Thorn Lane, Southowram
Bank Top.

See Marsh Lane Quarries, Southowram

The Stubb, Mytholmroyd
See Stubb, Mytholmroyd

Stubbing Brink, Hebden Bridge

Stubbing Drive, Hebden Bridge

Stubbing Footpath, Hebden Bridge

Stubbing Holme, Hebden Bridge
See Stubbing Wharf, Hebden Bridge

Stubbing Holme Road, Hebden Bridge
There are traces of a former dye works in a field at the corner of Trinity Street and Stubbing Holme Road

Stubbing Lane, Greetland

See Stubbing Farm, Greetland

Stubbing Lane, Mill Bank

Stubbing Square, Hebden Bridge
Some of the buildings here are listed

  • Number 5 – houses dated 1705

Stubbing Street, Mytholmroyd

Stubbings Holme Road, Hebden Bridge

Stubbings Street, Bradshaw

Stubbings Street, Mytholmroyd

Stubbins Close, Mytholmroyd

Stubley Holme, Todmorden

Studleigh Terrace, Hove Edge

Stump Cross, Halifax

See Stump Cross

Sturton Grove, Illingworth

Sturton Lane, Illingworth

Styes Lane, Sowerby

Some of the buildings here are listed

Styring's Buildings, Halifax
Half-timbered building which stood at the top of Crown Street

Suez Street, Southowram
Recorded in 1905 off 40 Southowram Bank

Suffelds-Lane, Halifax
Around 1576, this was a popular name for Southfield-gate which later became Southgate

Sugden Close, Rastrick

Sugden's Yard, Elland

Summer Street, Halifax

Summerfield Avenue, Bailiff Bridge

Summerfield Court, Illingworth

Summerfield Road, Todmorden

Summerfield Road West, Todmorden

Summergate Place, Halifax

Summergate Street, Halifax
Parkinson Lane

Summerland Terrace, Sowerby Bridge

Summerscale Street, Halifax

Sun Buildings, Halifax

Sun Buildings, Wainstalls
Named for the Sun Inn

Sun Fold, Halifax
South Parade.

Recorded in 1911.

See Bell's Court, Halifax

Sun Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1864, 1874, 1905 and 1936 off Charlestown Road

Sun Terrace, Todmorden

Sun Vale Avenue, Todmorden

Sun Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Smithy Street

Sunderland Close, Brighouse
Waring Green. Housing development named for Mrs Susan Sunderland who lived nearby. The houses and shops which stood on the site were demolished in the 1980s

Sunderland Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Lord Street / Lister Lane

Sunderland's Yard, Halifax
Or Sunderland Yard. North of Lister Lane, the yard backed on to Duke Street. Recorded in 1837, when John Turner (cabinet maker) was here.

Recorded in 1874

Sunfold, Halifax
or Sun Fold. Area of South Parade. Recorded in 1874

Sunny Bank, Halifax

Sunny Bank Lane, Cragg Vale

Sunny Bank Lane, Southowram

See Sunny Bank, Southowram

Sunny Bank, Mytholmroyd
A good example of double-decker houses

Sunny Bank, Ovenden

Sunny Bank Road, Mixenden

Sunny Bank Terrace, Mixenden

Sunny Bank Terrace, Todmorden

Sunny Mount, Halifax

Sunny Royd, Hebden Bridge

Sunny Side Street, Halifax

Sunnybank Crescent, Greetland

Sunnybank Crescent, Sowerby Bridge

Sunnybank Drive, Greetland

Sunnybank Drive, Sowerby Bridge

Sunnybank Grange, Brighouse

Sunnybank, Greetland

Sunnybank, Hebden Bridge

Sunnybank Lane, Greetland

Sunnybank Road, Brighouse

Sunnybank Road, Greetland

Sunnybank Road, Halifax

Sunnybank Street, Sowerby Bridge

Sunnybank Terrace, Brighouse

Sunnycliffe, Lightcliffe

Sunnydale Avenue, Rastrick

Sunnyside, Brighouse

Sunnyside, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Range Bank.

Sunnyside Board School was here

Sunnyside, Lightcliffe

Sunnyside, Stainland

Sunnyside, Todmorden

Sunway, Southowram
Bank Top.

See Broadway, Southowram, Howgate Hill, Southowram and Upper Delves, Southowram

Sunwood Avenue, Halifax

Sunwood Terrace, Halifax

Surf Place, Ripponden
Recorded in 1911

Surrey Street, Halifax

Sutcliffe's Buildings, Southowram
Recorded in 1861

Sutcliffe Buildings, Sowerby Bridge
Wakefield Road.

Recorded in 1891

Sutcliffe Buildings, Todmorden
Cheapside in Salford, Todmorden. Built by John Sutcliffe.

Owners and tenants have included

Sutcliffe's Court, Lee Mount

Sutcliffe's Court, Southowram
Bank Top. Terrace of houses which ran off Bank Top, near the Manor House pub. Demolished

Sutcliffe Road, Halifax

Sutcliffe Street, Pellon

Sutcliffe Terrace, Halifax

Sutcliffe Wood Lane, Halifax

Sutherland Road, Lightcliffe
Named for the Sutherland family

Sutton, Mixenden

Swaine's Terrace, Halifax
Recorded in 1911 in the Parish of St James

Swales Moor Road, Boothtown
A part of the olf route to Bradford

Swallow's Buildings, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 at Savile Park

Swan Bank, Halifax
Hill at Caddy Field leading from Bailey Hall down to Stoney Royd.

See Caddy Field Board School, Swan Bank Brick Works, Swan Bank Coal & Brick Company Limited, Swan Bank Colliery, Swan Bank Dye Works, Swan Bank Recreation Ground, Halifax and Swan Bank Tavern, Halifax

Swan Bank Lane, Halifax

Swan Court, Halifax
Bull Green. The property was demolished when the area was redeveloped around 1914

Swan Fold, Brighouse
Recorded on 13th September 1871, when newspapers reported

the first stone of a large and extensive silk mill for
Ormerod Brothers & Cheetham was laid by George Hepworth The mill was to be built on the newly-formed street between Bradford Road & Bridge End, formerly known as Swan Fold

Swan Fold, Heptonstall
Around 18??, the mid 17th century Swan, Heptonstall was divided into 3 dwellings, known as Swan Fold. The houses and other associated buildings are listed

Swan Place, Todmorden

Swan Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Queen Street. It was a part of The City

Swan Yard, Halifax
Waterhouse Street

Sweet Oak, Sowerby Bridge

Swift Place, Sowerby Bridge

Swift Street, Siddal

Swift's Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Gibbet Street.

Recorded in 1936 between 52 and 56 King Cross Street

Swine Gate, Halifax

Swine Market, Halifax
Area just north of Cow Green at the bottom of Gibbet Street/Pellon Lane.

See Copper Street, Halifax

Swine Market Lane, Cragg Vale
Old Cragg Hall is here

Swineshead Lane, Todmorden

Swineshead Road, Todmorden

Swinton Terrace, Halifax

Swires Road, Halifax

See William Deighton and Swires Road Almshouses, Halifax

Swires Terrace, Halifax

Sycamore Avenue, Todmorden

Sycamore Close, Mytholmroyd

Sycamore Drive, Elland

Sycamore Drive, Lightcliffe
Stands on the site of Little Smith House, Brighouse

Syke Gate, Cragg Vale

Syke House Lane, Greetland

Syke Lane, Causeway Foot

Syke Lane, Illingworth

Syke Lane, Lightcliffe
/ Priestley Green Formerly Helliwell Syke Lane, the name comes from the Holywell Syke.

A row of 118th century houses here has been refurbished with Tudor style doors and windows

Syke Lane, Sowerby Bridge

Sykes Terrace, Lee Mount


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