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Caption for Halifax, General View C1955: The railway cuts a swathe through Halifax, yet given the town's importance, there was a sense of outrage when the Manchester & Leeds Railway bypassed the town with no connecting branch line built. A branch line was promised as early as 1841, but until July 1844 the only way manufacturers could get their products to a rail-head was by horse and cart to Elland station.

An extract from Nottinghamshire Photographic Memories.

Memories of Halifax, General View c1955

As a child we used to return in the car down the hill towards North Bridge and the game was to be the first to spot Wainhouse Tower amongst all the other mill chimneys there were at that time (late 50s/early sixties). A bit like spotting Blackpool Tower when you went there. The other things we used to say (...Read full memory)

When I was a small child I was taken to my aunt and uncle's house at 59 New Bank, Halifax - this was a house over shops. The house was one up and down with gas lighting and a cellar and also an attic room (where visitors slept). I remember being very interested in the view from the "balcony" - we could see the OBJ from the (...Read full memory)

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