Halifax-Pubs-Past-and-Present-B

Halifax-Pubs-Past-and-Present-B

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Bacchus Tavern - King Street

(Built in 1769, Closed in 1928 and demolished in 1937)

Fact- Meeting place for 'the coiners'

Where? Below Woolshops cross the road (Winding Road) and it was situated above the Wool Merchant Hotel


Baileys - George's Square (see Cats Bar)


Bailiff Bridge Inn - Wyke

(See Punch Bowl - Bailiff Bridge)


Bandsman - Rastrick

(See (The)Bramble)


Bank Top - 2 Ovenden Road, Lee Mount        (Closed in 1971)

Where? Left hand side of this picture

< Was this the Bank Top Inn?


Bar 1111-11a Harrison Road, Halifax  

(See Harrison Social)


Bar 15 - Bull Green, Halifax

(closed)

Fact - previously known as WC's due to the fact that these premises were once actually public toilets

Where? At the top of Bull Green and down the steps infront of Bull Green house.


Barbados - Elland

(See Barge and Barrel)


Barbary's - Mytholmroyd

Where? Opposite the 'Dusty Miller'


Barbarella's - Halifax

(See Nut House)


Bar Centro - Bull Green, Halifax

 (See Salvation)


Open

Bar Francisca - 1 Wharfe Street, Sowerby Bridge HX6 2LA

Where? Corner of Wharfe Street and Tower Hill


Open

Barge - Mill Lane, Brighouse HD6 1PA

Phone: 01484716138

Where? Just off the roundabout into Sainsburys


Open

Barge and Barrel - Park Road, Elland HX5 9HP   Phone: 01422371770

Fact - aka Barbados, Station Hotel


Barley Mow - Westgate, Elland

(Closed in 1898)


Barley Mow - Halifax


Barracks Tavern - Halifax


Barracuda - Bull Green, Halifax 

 (See Salvation)


Barracuda - Huddersfield Road, Brighouse

(See (The) Calder)


Open

Bar Rouge - 16 Silver Street, Halifax HX1 1HS

Fact - Also consists of Fusion Nightclub used to be Coiners amongst other names.

On the site of the old Globe which was demolished


Open

Barum Top - Rawson Street
Halifax HX1 1NH   Phone: 01422300488

Fact - A Wetherspoons pub


Open

Bar Up - Union Cross Yard Halifax HX1 1SZ

Where? Opposite White Swan Hotel in yard. Bar Up (up the steps) and Cookies Bar (below)


Bar with no name - Halifax

(See Cookies Bar)


Bass HouseWards End, Halifax 

(See The Courtyard) aka Carringtons


Bath - Bath Parade (Closed 1901)  


Bath Tavern - Ainley Road

(now Huddersfield Road, Elland)

(Closed in 1910s)


Bath Street Tavern - Lilly Lane, Dean Clough 

(see The Bath Tavern aka  Bath Parade Tavern)


Battleship - Brighouse  (See 'The Ship' aka 'Prince of Wales')


Bay Horse - Boothtown


Bay Horse- 17 Burnley Road

(Closed 1905)


Bay Horse - Northowram


Bay Horse - Bacup Road, Todmorden

(Closed in 1937)


Bay Horse - Cross Stone, Todmorden

Beaconsfield - Claremount


Beacon Tavern - Horley Green Road, Horley Green (right on pic)

Fact - aka 'Beaconsfield' and 'The Three Horseshoes'

Where? End of Claremount Road, opposite Godley Bridge


Bears Head - Carr House


(The)Beck -157 Bradford Road, Brighouse

HD6 4AS   Phone: 01484723745


Beehive - Soyland


Open

Beehive and Cross Keys - 31 King Cross Street, Halifax HX1 2SH  

Phone: 01422329057

Fact - Once local separate pubs 'Beehive' and 'Cross Keys' but demolished for Burdock Way

To do - Add webpage


Belgrave Social Club - Claremount Road, Claremount


Bell Hotel - Sowerby


Bentley's Commercial - Wards End Chambers, Horton Street, Halifax


Berghof Brandstatter, Cross Stone

(See Bay Horse, Todmorden)


Bernie Inns - Southgate, Halifax (see Boars Head)


Besom Brush - Oldham Road, Ripponden

(See Silk Mill)


Open

Big 6 - (King Cross)

10 Horsfall Street, Halifax HX1 3HG

Phone: 01422350169


Big D's - Halifax Road, Todmorden

Fact  - was Rose and Crown


Big Daddys - 15/17 Crown Street. Halifax (closed in 1980)

Where? - above 'Dolcis' shoe shop

Fact - became '2+2 Club', 'The Scene' then 'Clarence's', 'Good Mood' and then 'The Mood'.  The main 'Roxy Room' was upstairs and disco downstairs.


Bird in Hand - New Street, Elland

(Closed in 1908)


Biscuit Bar - Halifax


Bishop Blaise - Charlestown Road, Claremount 

(Closed 1935)  

Where? Charlestown side of North Bridge


Black Boy - King Cross Lane

(Closed 1908)


Open

Black Bull - Brighouse

(Closed 1933 re-opened)


Black Bull - 9 Copper Street, Halifax


Black Bull - Mount Street, Halifax 

(Closed 1904)  


Black Bull - Heptonstall


Black Bull - Pinfold Lane, Elland

(Closed in 1909)


Black Dog - King Street, Halifax 

(Closed 1903)


Black Horse - 48 Woolshops, Halifax 

(Closed 1930)   


Black Horse - (Clifton)  


Black Lion - 17 Silver Street, Halifax 

(Closed 1920)


Black Lion - Old Bank, Ripponden


Black Lion - Luddenden Foot


Black Rock - Midgley


Black Swan - 47 Briggate, Brighouse

(Closed 2001 - Re-opened 2015)

 (See Millers Bar)


Black Swan - 10 Silver Street, Halifax (Opened in 1822 and Closed 1921)

Fact - Now the home of 'Yates's Wine Lodge'
The 'Black Swan' is the pointed gable end (far right in the first picture). In the second picture you can see the pointed gable end(central) and the Black Swan Passage by the side of the building above it


Black Swan - 31 Burnley Road, Todmorden

(re-opened)


Open

Blind Pig - Tower Hill, Sowerby Bridge HX6 2EQ


Blucher - Church Lane, Halifax


Blue Ball - Jemmy Lane

(Closed 1915)


Blue Ball Inn - Blackshaw Head


Blue Ball Inn- Norland


Blue Ball - Brighouse


Blue Barrel - Southgate, Elland

(Closed in 1965)


Blue Bell - Woolshops, Halifax 

(Closed 1909)


Blue Bell - Ripponden


Blue Bell - Southowram

Where? It was where the grass is opposite Sam's off-licence is, Bank Top Seen here (rear right of the tram)

Fact - Burned down


Blue Bells - Mill Bank


Board Inn - Shibden


Boars Head - 5 Southgate, Halifax 

(Closed 1992)

Where? On precinct top of Borough market where Vodaphone shop is.

Fact - Bernie Inns. ('Vaults' underneath had live bands - often heavy rock)


Bog Trap - Luddenden Foot


Boot and Shoe - Elland


Boot and Shoe - Halifax


Booth Wood - Rishworth


Border Rose - Walsden


Open

Bottomleys Arms - (Shelf)       

Wade House Road, Shelf, HX3 7NU


Open

Bow Legged with Brass - (Town)

21 George Street, Halifax HX1 1HA  

Phone: 01422340534

Fact - Still known as Griffs to many as it was called for many years, aka The Griffin.


Bowling Green - Gibbet Street, Halifax

Fact - became the 'Woodcock'


Bowling Green - Winding Road, Halifax

(See (The) Old Post Office)


Bradford Hotel - Halifax


Bradshaw Tavern - 14 Bradshaw Lane, Bradshaw

(Closed 2014)


Bramble - Rastrick

(Demolished for new housing)

Fact - Once called (The) Bandsman.


Bramsche - Todmorden


Branch - Wharfe Street, Sowerby Bridge

(Closed in 1949)


Branch Road Inn - Greetland


Brass Cat - Cheapside, Halifax

(See Cat and Fiddle)


Open

Brasserrie at the Bull

5 Bull Green,Halifax, HX1 5AB

Fact - More known now as an eatery. Formerly 'The Bull' for many years. Once had a nightclub upstairs 'Manhattans'/'Royales'


Brewers Arms - Crib Lane, Dean Clough, Halifax

(Closed in 1962)


Brewers Arms - Mount Tabor


Brewers Cellar - 8 Wade Street, Halifax


Brewers Fayre - Ainley Top


Brick Green Inn - Barkisland


Brickmakers Arms - Godley Road, Claremount  (Closed 1969)

Fact - nickname 'the coffin' due to it's shape


Open

Bridge - Lower Briggate, Brighouse

(Closed 1974)re-opened

Fact - previously called (Anchor Inn)


Bridge - Elland


Bridge and Coffee Tavern - Elland


Bridge End - Hebden Bridge


Bridge Hotel - Greetland


Bridge Inn - Grove Street, Halifax


Bridges - Sowerby Bridge


Bridge Street Hotel - Bridge Street, Sowerby Bridge

(Closed in 1951)


Bridge Tavern - Northgate, Halifax (opened in 1822 and closed in 1940)


Brighton Hotel - Gaol Lane, Halifax

(Closed 1911)


Britannia Inn - 37 Woolshops

(Closed 1954)


British Queen - Bacup Road, Todmorden


British Workman - Elland


Briton - Sowerby


Broad Door Stones - Midgley


Broad Oak - Hove Edge


Broad Tree - Halifax


Broad Tree Hotel - Lee Mount


Brothers Grimm - Burnley Road


Brow Bridge Inn - Greetland


Brown Cow - Burnley Road, King Cross

(Closed 1939)


Brown Cow - 4 Copper Street, Halifax 

(Closed 1863)


Brown Cow - Swinemarket, Halifax

(Opened in 1864, Closed in 1968)

Where? End of Cow Green and Bottom of Pellon Lane.

Fact - Changed it's name to (see 'Grand Junction') in1880's


Open

Brown Cow - 567-569 Gibbet Street, Highroad Well, HX2 0AL tel: 01422 361640


Brown Cow - Bolton Brow, Sowerby Bridge

(Closed in 1975)


Brown Cow - Goat House, Ripponden

(Closed in 1955)


Brown Cow - Godly Lane, Rishworth

(Closed in 1955)

Fact - Now a house


Brown Cow - Elland

(Closed in 1934)


Open

Brown Horse - Lanes End, Northowram, Halifax HX3 7SD

The only 'Brown Horse' in the country apparently.


Buccaneer - Halifax


Buck - 50 Northgate, Halifax


Buck's Arms - Ogden


Buck Trap - Luddenden Foot


Bull - Hebden Bridge


Bull - Warley


Bull and Butcher - Illingworth


Bull and Dog - Sowerby Bridge


Bull and Dog - Stainland Road, Stainland


Bulls Head - 3 Bull Green, Halifax 

(See Brasserie at the Bull Restaurant)


Bull on the Bridge - Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge HX6 2EA

(reopened in December 2015)

Fact - Aka Bulls Head. The Sowerby Taps opened underneath as a separate bar (Ian Horne)


Bulls Head - Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge

(See Bull on the Bridge)


Bull's Tail - Sowerby Bridge


Butcher's Arms - Ripponden


Butcher's Arms - Sowerby Bridge


Butts Green - Rishworth

(Closed in 1910)


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