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Dam Side - Foxen Lane, Soyland (Closed in 1927)

Fact - Converted into a house (Damside House). The building to the rear was once 'The Sportsman'

Dean Clough Inn - Dean Clough (see '1904') aka 'Old Shears'


Deja Vu (nightclub) and Glass House Bar - Waterhouse Street, Halifax

Fact - Directly opposite the 'Acapulco' nightclub

Delacey's - Northgate, Elland (dated 1682)

Fact - Was aka Rose and Crown and also used to be the warehouse for 'Thomas Brothers' and then 'House of Townends' beer and wine merchants whose shop was where 'Olivers' Fish shop are now. Aka The Outside Inn, Benny's and Fakers.

Where? Opposite the top of St.Mary's church

Delaceys in white render

Delvers Arms - 6 Collier Toppin, Boothtown (Closed 1925)

Where? Past Boothtown and Ploughcroft Lane then another 200m set back on the right

Delvers Arms - Denholmgate Road/Towngate, Hipperholme (Closed in 1923)

Where? Somewhere near the old 'Yorkshireman' restaurant.

Any ideas?

Delvers Arms - Towngate, Midgley (Closed in 1910)

Fact - now housing

Delvers Arms - Shibden (see Museum)

Delvers Arms - Brookfoot, Southowram (Opened 1863 - Closed in 1949) 

Fact - Now 2 houses Where? Situated near the top of Brookfoot Lane next to another two houses which used to be 'Lady Royd' school which was built in 1787. 

Delver's Arms - Rastrick


Delvers - Wainstalls 

Denfield Arms - Ramsden Street, Wheatley

Denny's - (see Watermill)

Derby Bar - Oldham Road, Rishworth (see The Turnpike)

Derby Hotel - Southgate

Landlord William Longbottom and the premises was refused a license in 1869 for harbouring prostitutes

Devonshire Arms - 6 Garden Street North, New Bank, Halifax

(Closed in 1937)

Dicky-Mints - (See Old Lane Inn)


Dirty Dicks - 1 Clare Road, Halifax HX1 2HX

Fact - originally known as Royal Oak and aka Tap and Spile)

Diving Bell - Hoyland's Passage, Halifax

Dog and Gun - 4 Eleanor Street, Rastrick (Closed in 1932)

Dog and Partridge - 35 Towngate, Heptonstall

Fact - Was also Furley House Tea Rooms for a while.

Dog and Partridge - Forest Hill Road, Sowood

Dog and Partridge - Sourhall, Todmorden (see Country Friends)

(Closed in 2004)

DropHalifax  (Closed 1922)      


Drop Inn - 12 Elland Lane, Elland HX5 9DU

Fact - previously Oddfellows Arms

Druids Arms - Brian Royd Lane, Greetland    (Closed in 2004)

Fact - was often called 'The Rat'

Druids Arms - 35 New Road, Halifax (see Pump Room)

Dublin Arms - 7 Berry Lane, Halifax    (Closed 1905)

Fact - aka Waggon and Horses


Duke of Edinburgh - 29 Mill Lane, Brighouse (Opened 1886 - Closed in 1926)

Duke of Edinburgh - 227 Queens Road, Halifax

Duke Of Leeds' Arms - 3 Gaol Lane       (Closed 1910)

Fact - Next door to the debtors jail and aka Gaol Inn


Duke of Wellington - Arcade Royal, 28-32 Commercial Street, HX1 1TA  0142236010529 


Fact - Previously known as 'The Goose' or 'The Goose at the Arcade'

Duke of Wellington - King Street         (Closed 1905)

Where - Continue down below Woolshops

Duke William - 16 Bridge Street East, Bank Bottom, Clark Bridge        

A Websters pub opened in 1819 and closed 1965.


Duke William on the right


Site of Duke William today

Duke of York - 26 Russel Street/ Petticoat Lane, Halifax

(building on the right in photo)

Duke of York - 1 Bridge End, Rastrick         (Opened 1863 - Closed in 1927 - demolished 1933)



Duke of York - 8 West Street, Stone Chair, Shelf HX3 7LN


Duke of York - Stainland

Dumb Mill Inn- Tan House Hill, Hipperholme (see The Tannery) aka Country House

Opened 1853.

Dumb Mill - Hipperholme  - (Not to be mistaken with Dumb Mill Inn)

Closed in 1946 when it was taken over by Allens Brickworks and used as a hostel for polish and Ukranian workers. The premises were just below the Travellers Inn in a recess built into the brewery

Dusty Miller - 84 Pellon Lane/Green Lane, Halifax

(closed in 1968 and then demolished)

(See The Running Man)

Dusty Miller - 290 Halifax Road, Hove Edge, Brighouse HD6 2PB  Phone: 01484716171

Dusty Miller - Mytholmroyd

Dusty Miller - Old Causway, Sowerby Bridge        

(Closed in 1906 then converted into houses)

Dusty Miller - Walsden

Dye House Arms - Dye House Lane, Birds Royd, Brighouse (Closed 1900)

Became G Post Office. Mr France Dearnley, innkeeper, in report re death of his son, Fred, 4yr old.

Dyer and Miller - Bank Bottom, Clarks Bridge, Halifax

Demolished before WW1

Dyers Arms - 16 Back Street, Halifax

Dyers Arms - Birds Royd Lane, Rastrick         (Closed in 1900 and demolished)

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