Halifax Pubs Past and Present Ri

Halifax Pubs Past and Present Ri

Alphabetical list of

Pubs      1A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I J  K L  M  N  O  P  Q  R-  RoSSn- T  UV  W  XYZ

R Pops - Lord Street, Halifax

Raffelds Inn - Northowram

Raffles Nightclub - Burnley Road, Mytholmroyd

Fact - Now a co-op supermarket

Raggalds - Queensbury

Fact - aka Old Raggalds, Wraggles, Raggles. Now the 'Queens Head'

Railway - Elland

Railway - 29 Horton Street, Halifax HX1 1QE   Phone: 01422351209

Fact - 'Gladstones' nightclub used to be at the rear

Railway - Wheatley

Railway/Commercial Hotel - Huddersfield Road, Brighouse

Railway Hotel - 11 Birds Royd Lane, Brighouse (closed in 1934)

Fact - later known as 'Pelico House'

Railway - Blackburn House, 1 - 3 Nursery Lane, Ovenden HX3 5SJ

Railway Hotel - Bowling Dyke, Halifax (closed in 1905)

Railway Hotel - New Road, Hebden Bridge (built in 1861)

Railway Hotel - Ripponden (Closed in 1906)

Fact - once known as the 'Canterbury Inn'

Railway Hotel - 406 Burnley Road, Todmorden

Fact - now houses

Railway Hotel - 545 Rochdale Road, Walsden

Railway Tavern - Crossfields, Halifax

Landlord William H Greenwood was subletting in 1869

Rams Head - 24/26 Wakefield Road, Sowerby Bridge (built about 1800 and closed in 2010)

Fact - Now houses

Far end of the terraces above

Rat - Greetland (see Druids Arms)

Rawson's Arms - Elland Wood Bottom (closed in 2000)

Fact - now offices for W.T.Knowles and Sons

Red Lion - 1 Lee Lane/Ploughcroft Lane, Boothtown

Fact - Burned down

Red Lion - Church Street, opp top of Church, Elland (recorded in 1719 - demolished)

Red Lion - Winding Road, Halifax (closed in mid 1960s)

Red Lion - 6 Bank Bottom, Halifax (opened in 1853 and closed in 1883) Flooded in 1866

Red Lion - Luddenden Foot (opened in 1811 and closed in 1877 and demolished)

Fact - aka 'Old Red Lion', replaced by the 'General Rawdon' pub

Red Lion Beerhouse - Northowram

Red Lion - Thornhill Road, Rastrick

Fact - became the 'Thornhill Arms'

Red Lion Inn - 37 Wharfe Street, Sowerby Bridge (closed in 1907)

Red Lion - Towngate, Stainland

Red Lion - Wyke

Fact - aka 'Ruby's' and now the 'Wyke Lion' , Now a restaurant

Redan - Blue Ball Road/Cross Wells Road, Soyland (opened in 1890 and closed in 1937 - demolished)

Red Rooster - 123 Elland Road, Brighouse HD6 2QR

Fact - previously known as 'The Wharfe'

Reed Inn - 44 Woolshops, Halifax

Reed - 146 West Street, Sowerby Bridge (opened in 1891 and closed in 1928)

Reindeer Beerhouse Hotel - Crossfield, 7 John Street/Waterhouse Street, Halifax

Reservoir - Fly flats (opened in 1865 and closed in 1870)

Revivals - Halifax

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

Ricci's Bar - Halifax

Richard Oastler - Brighouse (Wetherspoons) (opened in 1999)

Richard Temperance Hotel - 43 Horton Street, Halifax

Rifleman Inn - Woolshops, Halifax

Landlord John Firth lost the license in 1869 as it was frequented with prostitutes

Riggin - Hubberton, Sowerby

Fact - aka 'Shepherd's Rest'

Ring o'Bells - 57 Commercial Street, Brighouse

Fact - originally called 'The Staff of Life'

Where? - near the Wellington

Ring Of Bells - Elland

Ring o bells - 3 Upper Kirkgate, Halifax HX1 1QS  (built in the 13th/15th century and rebuilt n 1720) got pics

Fact - previously called 'Sign of the Church'

Feature Page of Ring O'Bells

Ring O'Bells - Nest Lane, Mytholmroyd

Fact - now housing

Ring O'Bells  - Lillands Lane, Rastrick (closed in 1961 and demolished)

Rising Sun - 67 Haley Hill, Boothtown (closed in 1905)

Fact - now housing

Rising Sun - Jepson Lane, Elland

The original building 

Rising Sun - Lower Slack, Warley, Luddenden Dean (closed in 1895)

Rising Sun - 22 Bridge End, Rastrick (closed in 1908 and demolished in 1913)

Where? - opposite the 'Star' on Bramston Street

Rising Sun - Wainstalls (see 'Sun Inn')

Ritz - Bradford Road, Brighouse

River Lounge - 18 Town Hall Street, Sowerby Bridge HX6 2EA   Phone: 01422647841

Alphabetical list of

Pubs      1A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I J  K L  M  N  O  P  Q  R-  RoSSn- T  UV  W  XYZ

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