Halifax History Ezine 2

Welcome to Halifax History Ezine 2. 

Halifax Experiences

I have resurrected an old Blogger page that I am going to attempt to add regular and random bits and pieces for your perusal.

Street focus on - 

Bull Green and Cow Green

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Halifax People focus on - 


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The-Story-of-Halifax is not my story but our story - a continuous work in progress built by all of us.

Pre-Halifax - The story starts with pre Halifax and how our town became to be, then we shall build the town as it has progressed through time.

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Buildings through the years. Focus On

Halifax Town Hall


Garys Cars

Pastimes revisited - Ogden Water

Ogden Water has been a regular tourist spot for relaxing or a pleasant walk with scenery to savour for many years. 

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Hull, Hell and Halifax

A look at the 'Not so nice' Halifax

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Halifax - Off The Web

During my online searches I have built a library of the most searched for Halifax subjects with all the best links of information you would expect to find.

I know you will enjoy scanning through these links as much as I did.


Color Bar Hairdressers in Southowram

Halifax People - Colonel Akroyd

A prosperous textile manufacturer, Akroyd was at the forefront of Victorian social improvement.

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Many thanks as always go to:-

Stephen Gee

David Glover

John Blagbrough

Malcolm Bull's Calderdale Companion

Chris Helme

There are several ways you could participate. 

  • Write your own article
  • Forward any photographs you might have(I can copy and return if you like)
  • Comment on the facebook page
  • Contribute to the 'Readers Letter's' page
  • Add to any article already submitted 
  • Every photograph tells a story and there are hundreds of thousands of possible subjects for anyone to write.

If you would like to contribute anything to this website or advertise on our pages then please forward all relevant information to


or you can visit our facebook page 

I hope you all enjoy these pages and I look forward to your response.

Gary Beaumont

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