Alphabetical list of

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Kershaw House - Luddenden Lane, Luddenden Foot. HX2 6NW

Kibbutz - Broad Street, Halifax (see 'Revivals')

Fact - aka 'Scene 3 and 4', 'Tiffany's' and then 'Kibbutz'

´╗┐Kimberley Arms´╗┐ - 33 King Street/Charles Street, Halifax

Closed in 1905 and demolished in 1930's

Fact - Previously known as 'Smithy Stake Inn'

King of Belgium - 5 King Street, Cripplegate, Halifax

End of Ratton Row

Closed in 1929 and demolished in 1930

Fact - originally called 'Frederick the Great'.

Where? Approx council car park below Hirds vets by Hx Minster


King of Prussia - 5 King Street, Cripplegate, Halifax

(see King of Belgium)

King's Arms - 21 King Street, Halifax

Where? A couple of buildings above the 'Wool Merchant'

King's Arms - Queensbury

Closed in 1929

King's Arms - Rishworth

Built in 1799

(see Royal Hotel)

King's Arms - Sowerby

Closed in 1989

Fact - now housing

King Cross Inn - Halifax

King's Head - 5/7 Cow Green, Halifax

Opened in 1822 and Closed in 1968 and demolished in 1971

Fact - next door to Craven Heifer


King's Head - Towngate/King Street, Sowerby

Closed in 1926

Koko's - Bull Green, Halifax

aka Crown and Anchor - Bodega - Adega Bar - Continental 

Labour and Health Inn - Southgate

Landlord James Habergham failed to renew the license in 1869 for harbouring prostitutes

Labour in Vain - Church Street, Halifax

Opened in 1785 and closed in 1927

Lakeside Lodge - Elland Road, Brighouse

(see Casa)

La Mania - Southgate - aka 'Royal Theatre'


Lamb - 5 Bridge Street/Clark Bridge, Halifax

Where? On left corner as you enter ClarkeBridge from bottom of Parish Church


Lamb - Halifax Railway Station

Lamb Inn was at the Halifax railway station.

It was the first pub in Halifax you had to pay to get in, by buying either a train or platform ticket.
The Lamb was situated on the platform facing the Eureka museum, along with cafe, station master's office and luggage and parcel department.

There was a toilet and cafe and warm waiting rooms; also a W H Smith's where you could buy your papers.

Lamb - Mount Pleasant, Elland

Lamb's Head - Halifax

Lambert House - 6 Stainland Road, West Vale

Was this changed to the Shears?

Lane End - Blaithroyd Lane, Southowram

Lane End Inn - Lane Ends, Sowden Lane, Norwood Green

Closed in 1955

Fact - now housing

Lane Ends - Old Town

(see Hare and Hounds)

Lane Ends - Boy Lane/13 Wheatley Lane Ends, Wheatley

Closed in 1966

Fact - now housing

Lane Head Hotel - 2 Brighouse Wood Lane, Brighouse HD6 2AL

The Lantern - 13-15, Alexandra Street, Halifax HX1 1BS (01422) 341003

Fact - Previously 3 Lanterns Restaurant

La Salsa - Silver Street, Halifax (see Nut House)

Last Chance Saloon - 5 Cross Street, Halifax HX1 1XB (see Orange Tree aka Jacks Bar)

Last Drop - See Lewins

Lee Bank Hotel - Old Lee Bank/Ovenden Road (opened in 1875 and closed in 1946)

Fact - aka Horse and Jockey

Lee Bridge Tavern - 16 Lee Bridge (closed in 1954)

Formerly known as The Spinners Arms

Letters - Shibden Mill

Letters - Sowerby Bridge

Letters - Triangle

Lewins - 28 Bull Green, Halifax (Opened in 1769).

Fact - Originally Hare and Hounds until 1960's then called Lewins. Aka O'Neills (1886-2000) then back to Lewins. Aka Last Drop 2013 until Lewins again in 2016. The last male only pub in Halifax 1965. Royal room and Calcutta Room

Link - Sowerby Bridge (see Navigation)

Liquid - Halifax

Fact - nightclub previously Coliseum. Originally the 'Picture House' and then known as the 'Astra 1 + 2' cinemas.

Listers Arms - Mytholme, Shibden (see Nags Head)

Little Grace's - Luddenden Dean (closed in 1895)

Live and Let Live - Briggate, Elland (Closed in 1920s)

Lock Keeper's Tavern - 31 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge (see 'Commercial Inn' and 'The Wharfe')

Lock Stock and Barrel - 60 Fern Street, Boothtown (aka Foggy's. Now houses, was an Indian Restaurant)

Locomotive Inn - 11 South Parade/Shaw Syke, Halifax

Locomotive Inn layout was as per the diagram and stood in the block of houses in front of the white building (which was next to the 3 Pigeons).

London Tavern - 4-6 Ann Street, Halifax

Closed in 1911 following the Licensing Act in 1904). 

It was a Webster's pub.

The licence was refused on 9th February 1910


Maybe the smaller building mid-left


Approximate area where the crosses have been placed

Long Can Hall - 12 Ovenden Wood Road, Ovenden Wood HX2 0TQ 


Long Chimney - 1 West Street, Sowerby Bridge HX6 3AN

(see Loose Goose)

Lonsdale's Bar - 6 Ramsden Street, Wheatley, Halifax

Loose Goose - 1 West Street, Sowerby Bridge HX6 3AN

Fact - formerly New Inn and Long Chimney

Loose Pulley - Nab Hill, Cold Edge Road (closed in 1911)

Fact - aka Old Delver's Arms

Where - near Fly Flats reservoir

Lord Nelson - 11 Cow Green, Halifax

See Admiral Nelson


Lord Nelson is the double gabled building on the right

Lord Nelson - High Street, Luddenden HX2 6PX

Fact - previously known as The 'White Swan'

Lord Nelson - Towngate/Scouthead, Midgley (closed in 1932)

Fact - opened as The Black Rock Inn  in 1755. Now housing

Lord Nelson - 45 Rochdale Road, Ripponden (Opened in 1878 and closed in 1937)

Lord Nelson - 60 Rochdale Road/Cheapside, Todmorden (demolished in 1970's)

Lord Raglan - 36 Hanson Lane/Raglan Street, Halifax

Lord Rodney -  Hanson Lane.     

Lower Bow Windows - Haley Hill, Halifax

Lower George - Woolshops, Halifax (demolished in 1972)

Where? Approx behind where River Island plot now stands

Lower George - Raw Hill/Jumble Dyke, Rastrick (closed in 1926)

(see Freemason's Arms and Empress of India)

Lower George - Todmorden? Not a public house?

Luddendenfoot Bridge Tavern - Bridge End.(closed in 1949 and demolished in 1960's)

Fact - Aka 'Bog Trap', 'Buck Trap', 'Bug Trap'.

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