Historic Elland


Historic Elland is surrounded by several other smaller communities and therefore we have divided this page into the following sections.

Huge thanks go to Steaven Heppener for allowing the use of his huge collection of photographs of Elland and surrounding areas. 

1. Elland from Halifax, West Vale and Elland Bridge

From West Vale


The bottom road approaching Elland Bridge from the West Vale direction, the top road approaching the top of Westgate.



Elland Bridge

Elland Bridge to the left (where the cows have come from).

Elland Bridge taken from the 'The Royal' or 'The Bridge' side.


Elland New Hall


Graham Jagger

On the left was Lilies Dye Works, demolished in the 1930s. Elland Hall was demolished in the 1970s.
On the right was Elland Toll House, demolished in the early 1900s when it became unoccupied and is now a small park.

Park Road towards Brighouse


View from Exley

The Barge and Barrel is far right. Elland town centre is out of sight, top left

Elland Bridge left. Straight ahead towards Salterhebble

Elland Train Station





Park Road continued



See Cromwell Bottom

Returning across Elland Bridge again and heading towards Westgate




This will be the start of the "Elland - Huddersfield Road and Historic Ainleys" page which would be to continue along this main road OR this page continues up Northgate on the right, just before the distant telegraph pole and up to The Cross.

Elland Historic Society webpage

The Story of the Elland Feud

Where in Elland was this pub? - The Friendly

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