Alphabetical list of
Ma Bakers - Halifax
Fact - Ma Bakers was ground level and 1st Floor. Maggie McFly's was below.
Machine Maker's Arms - Illingworth
MacMillan's - Long Lane, Wheatley HX3 5AD
Fact - previously known as 'The Sporting Life'
Maggie McFly's - Fountain Street, Halifax (aka Maggies)
Fact - Ground floor and 1st floor were Ma Bakers and below was Maggie McFly's. aka 'McClouds'
Maggie's - Ward's End, Halifax
Fact - Maggie's moved here from Fountain Street in 2016
Previously called 'Jumpin' Jaks', Chicago's and was also the 'A B C' cinema's
Maine Street - Halifax (Nightclub) (see ATIK)
Majestic Restaurant - Market Street, Halifax (closed in 1927)
Malt House - 270 Oldham Road, Rishworth (formerly Royal Hotel}
Malt Shovel - Lane Top/Windy Bank, Ambler Thorn,
Malt Shovel - 18/19 Wakefield Road, Brighouse (closed in 1972)
Malt Shovel - Coley
Fact - aka 'Chapel House Inn
Malt Shovel - 8 Briggate, Elland HX5 9DP
Malt Shovel - Norwood Green
Malt Shovel - Halfpenny Can, Church Lane, Southowram (built in 1780 and closed in 2003 and is now Flats) got pics
Manchester House - 42 Briggate, Brighouse (opened in 1898 and closed in 1906)
Manhattan - George's Square, Halifax
Fact - Name of 'Bulls Head' during the 1990's
Manor House, Scammonden
Fact - now under Dean Wood Reservoir
Market Shades - Market Street, Halifax (closed in 1903)
Market Tavern - 2 Ship Street, Brighouse HD6 1JX (built in 2016 on part of Brighouse market)
Market Tavern - Cow Green, Halifax
Landlord William Rawson failed to renew the license in 1869 for running a disorderly house.
Marlborough - Elland
Marlborough Hall - Crossley Street, Halifax (opened in 1857)
Fact - Now the YMCA but was built as an entertainment hall and was also the first cinema in Halifax by 1917.
Marquis of Granby - 7-9 Copper Street, Halifax (opened in 1822 and closed in 1897)
Fact - aka the 'Granby'
Marshalls Bar - Hebden Bridge
Marston's - Sowood
Fact - once the name of the Airborne
Martins Nest Inn - 219 Bradford Road, Brighouse (built in 1825 and closed in 2009)
Fact - now a 'Thaal' Indian restaurant
Martin's Nest - 38 Quebec Street, Elland (opened in 1800's and closed in 1999)
Fact - aka the 'Nest'
Mason's Arms - Elland Road, Brighouse
Fact - previous names include 'Who could'a thawt it', 'Sun Inn' and 'Footballer's Rest'
Mason's Arms - Jepson Lane, Westgate, Elland
Mason's Arms - 105 Lower Edge, Elland (closed in 1908)
Mason's Arms - Woolshops, Halifax
Mason's Arms - 16 Bank Bottom, Halifax Licensee listed in 1861 as Joseph Holmes
Masons Arms - 1 Bacup Road, Gauxholme, Todmorden
Masons Arms - Winterburn Lane, Warley (see 'Winterburn')
Matelocks - Queensbury
Maud's Temperance Hotel - 18 Broad Street, Halifax
(see Temperance Hotel)
Meandering Bear - 21-23 Union Street, Halifax
McCloud's - Fountain Street, Halifax (see Maggie McFly's)
Mechanics Arms - 14 Smithy Street/Winding Road, Halifax (closed in 1905)
Here is a picture of The Mechanics Arms in Halifax. John Crabtree, the licencee, was my great grandfather. Perhaps you'd like to add it to your website.Best wishes, Dorothy Sim.
Thanks to Dorothy Sim
Mechanics Arms - Shade, Todmorden (closed in 1869)
Mellor's Bar - Greenhead Lane, Rastrick
Mermaid - Old Causeway, Sowerby Bridge (opened in 1701)
Fact - renamed see 'Wharf Inn' in 1800's
Merry Boys Inn - 1 Paddock/Cave Hill, Northowram
Metro Club - Halifax
Mexborough Arms - 7 Westgate, Elland (Closed in 1927)
Fact - Formerly known as 'The Talbot'
Middle Bar - 18 - 20 Fountain Street, Halifax HX1 1LW
Milans Bar - 6-8 Carlton Place, Halifax HX1 2SB
Fact - originally 'Salvation Army Men's Hostel and Metropole'
Mile's Cross - Ovenden
Milestone - Oldham Road, Ripponden
Fact - formerly known as 'Golden Lion'
Millers Bar - 47 Briggate, Brighouse HD6 1EB Phone: 01484968144
Fact - formerly the 'Black Swan' and affectionally known as 'The Mucky Duck'
Millers Inn - back Clarence Street
Mill Inn - Brearley Mill, Midgley
Mill Inn - Brearley, Mytholmroyd (Opened in 1843 and closed in 1923)
Fact - renamed 'The Clarence'
Millbank Inn - Millbank Road, Soyland (closed in 2010)
Fact - originally 'The Anchor'
Miller's Arms - Back Clarence Street/4 Gerrard Street, Halifax
Miner's Arms - 2 Bridge Street East, Cripplegate, Halifax (closed in 1903)
Mitre - 7 New Market Street, Halifax (demolished in 1931)
Where? - Approx where Boots is now on Market Street
Moon Inn - 3 Smithy Street, Halifax (closed in 1905)
Fact - stood next to 'The Sun'
Moor Cock - Ovenden
Moorcock - Bridge Lanes, Hebden Bridge
Moorcock - Moorbottom Lane, Norland
Moorcock - Sunny View, Sowerby (opened 1890 and closed in 1914)
Moorcock Inn - Moor Field Road, Wainstalls (Closed in 2002)
Fact - Building dates from early 17c. Now housing got old pic
Moorcock - Inchfield Moor, Walsden
The Moorings - 1 Warehouse Canal Basin, Sowerby Bridge HX6 2AG Phone: 01422833940 (built around 1770)
Moorlands Inn - Keighley Road, Ogden HX2 8XD Phone: 01422248943
Fact - previously known as 'Peat Pitts'
Moorside Club - Illingworth
Moulder's Arms - 22 Bank Bottom, Southowram Bank (closed and demolished in 1921)
Mount Inn - 29 Commercial Road, Halifax (opened in 1845 and closed in 1967)
Mount Pleasant - Boothtown
Mount Skip - Wadsworth (closed in 2000 for housing)
Mount Tavern - 41 Haley Hill, Boothtown (closed in 1915)
Moyles Hotel and Restaurant - Croft Terrace, Hebden Bridge
Fact - formerly 'Hebden Lodge Hotel'
Murgatroyd Arms - 78 High Street, Luddenden (opened 1770 and closed in 1939)
Murgatroyd Arms - Skircoat Green HX3 0RX Phone: 01422610563
Fact - formerly called the 'New Inn'
Museum Hotel -1 Stump Cross
Fact - originally called 'Delvers Arms' and is now flats.
Musical Arms - Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge
Fact - formerly 'Church Tavern'
Musician's Arms - Market Street, Hebden Bridge (closed in 1869)
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