Alphabetical list of

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Wagon and Horses - 7 Berry Lane (closed in 1905) aka Dublin Arms

Wagon and Horses - West Street, Sowerby Bridge

Wagon and Horses - Stainland

Wagon and Horses - Walsden, Todmorden

Waggoners - Gibbet Street    closed in 1908

Waggoners - 13/15 Northgate


Waggoners - Queensbury

Wainhouse Tavern - Upper Washer Lane, Pye Nest HX2 7DR  Phone: 01422339998

aka 'The Royal'. Originally called 'West Air'


The Waiters Arms - Tuel Lane, Sowerby Bridge HX6 2EW

Wappy Springs - Lindley Moor Road, Outlane

Watermill - Navigation Yard, Salterhebble Hill, Salterhebble HX3 0QT

Water Mill

Waterhouse Arms - King Street, Halifax (Nelson St?)

Where? - Where Hirds vets are by Moot Hall and Parish Church

W.C's - Bull Green, Halifax

Was once the public toilets then converted into this bar.  aka 'Bar 15'

Weavers Arms - Burnley Road, Luddenden Foot HX2 6AH

Now called 'At The Weavers'

 Telephone (01422)884523

Website: https://www.attheweavers.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/attheweavers/

Instagram: at_the_weavers                    Twitter: @AtTheWeavers 

Weavers Arms - 5 Blind Lane, Todmorden

Wellington - Swine Market, Halifax

Landlord William Rushworth was refused a license in 1869 for harbouring prostitutes

Wellington - New Bank Halifax

Wellington - King Cross

Wellington - Todmorden

West Bottom Tavern - Norland

see Hobbit

West End - Queensbury

West End Hotel - King Cross

Westfield - Wyke

(The) Westgate - Westgate, Halifax HX1 1DJ

West Hill Tavern - Halifax

Was this also the Westward Tavern?

Weston Hotel Abel Street / 2 Lansdowne Place, Pellon Lane.

Aka Western Hotel

West Riding Hotel - Fountain Street, Halifax

Landlord James Boocock was refused a license in 1869 for harbouring prostitutes in 1864

Weyboarders Arms - Elland got great pic? name

Wharfe Inn - Elland Road, Brighouse

(see Red Rooster)

Wharfe - Sowerby Bridge

Now 'The Village'-Indian restaurant


The Wharf Cafe Bar - 19-21 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge HX6 2LA

Wheatley Bridge - Ovenden

Wheatley Wells - Wheatley

Wheatsheaf - 9 Newmarket Street,Halifax (aka Portman and Pickles aka William Deighton now known as The Jubilee)

see Jubilee

Wheatsheaf - 42 Mount Pellon Road, Pellon HX2 0EE got pic

Wheatsheaf - Elland

White Bear - Cow Green, Basinghall Street, Halifax

Cow Green, bottom of Gibbet street, on the left looking west.

White Bear - Norwood Green


White Bear - Triangle

Whitegate Inn - Stoney Royd, Siddal     

Closed in 1870

Whitehall Inn - Leeds Road, Hipperholme HX3 8NA

White Hart - 41 Bull Green, Halifax.

Where? Corner of Bull Green and Cow Green, it was attached(below) to what was Scratcherd & Co.

Adega Bar was on the left of the White Hart

White Hart - Rastrick

White Hart - Ripponden

White Hart - Station Road, Todmorden (Now re-opened)

White Horse - 33 Southgate HX1 1DL

White Horse - Leeds Road, Hipperholme HX3 8SX   Phone: 01422206920

White Horse Hotel - St George's Square, Hebden Bridge

White Horse - 46 Rastrick Common, Rastrick HD6 3DR

White Horse - Triangle

White Lion - Silver Street, Halifax


White Lion - Hebden Bridge 

The original building was erected in 1657, eight years before the great plague. It's had many changes but still has it's original entrance and ground floor frontage. 

White Lion - Heptonstall

White Lion - Illingworth

First recorded in 1834. The pub stood on the junction of Keighley Road and Cousin Lane. There was a Maltese Cross of the Knights of St. John stood here. It became 3 houses by the 1920's

White Lion - Mytholmroyd

White Lion - Rastrick

White Lion - Bolton Brow, Sowerby Bridge


White Lion was just below the Shepherds Rest

White Lion - Shade, Todmorden

White Swan- Brighouse on right


White Swan - Princess Street, Halifax


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White Swan- Hipperholme

White Swan 15 Holdsworth Road / Lower Well Lane, Ovenden.  Holmfield 

Aka the Swan Inn, Holdsworth. Opened in 1759 and closed in 1971.

White Swan - Oldham Road, Ripponden (This pub is now used as The Fox Bar and Bistro and before that it was Maxi's Chinese restaurant)

Who Could a' Thow't It - Southowram 

William IV - King Cross Road, Halifax HX1 3JL

Williams - 80 Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge HX6 2AF Phone: 01422833584

William Deighton - Halifax (aka Portman and Pickles aka Wheatsheaf now known as The Jubilee)

Windmill - Hough, Northowram now 'Jack's'

Windmill - Stannage Lane, Shelf

Winterburn - 2 Winterburn Hill, Warley, Halifax HX2 7SQ

Was this the 'Mason's Arms'?


Withens Hotel - Cole Edge Road, Wainstalls

Wolf Inn - Luddenden

Woodcock - Halifax

Woodcock Inn - Bowling Dyke, bottom of Haley Hill-Old Lane

reference -  https://archive.org/details/b20424322/page/n11

Woodland Hotel - Boothtown Road, Boothtown. Where? Corner of Iona Street (Closed in 1971) Aka Woodland Tavern

Woodlands - Birds Royd

Woodlands - Woodlands Square, Elland

Now housing

Woodman - Brookfoot

Closed in 1941

Woodman Inn - Silver Street, Halifax

Formerly Duke Wellington

Woodman Inn - left

Woodman Inn - Halifax Bridge, Halifax Road, Charlestown, Hebden Bridge

Woodman Inn - Luddenden Foot

Woodpecker Inn - Todmorden

Wool Merchant Hotel - 5 Mulcture Hall Road, Halifax HX1 1SP

Woolpack - 63 Woolshops, Halifax

As you look up the old Woolshops the Woolpack was behing the Old Talbot Inn 

Woolpack - West Street, Sowerby Bridge

Woodpecker - Todmorden

Woolsorter's Arms - Chapel Town, bottom of Gibbet Street

Landlord James Rushworth was refused a new license in 1869 for having prostitutes on premises

The Works - Hollins Mill Lane, Sowerby Bridge HX6 2QG

Worlds End - Sowerby

Wyke Lion - Wyke

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