Historic Pellon Lane
Pellon Lane Boarding School
Fletchers on Raglan Street
Crossley Terrace celebrate the end of the war in 1945
Chaffer's Court. In the background are stables and storage sheds round on Back Baker Street.
Shop at bottom of Taylor Street
Bottom of Taylor Street again
Bottom of Taylor Street
This was the HQ of the St John's Veterans' Association of which my Grandad was a member (he's on the back row marked by a cross).
As you can see the main building was an old (?ex-War Department) Nissen hut that arrived around 1952 I think. Then a year or two later, at the back (out of sight here) the lower deck of an old Halifax Corporation tram was attached to give even more room for the interminable games of dominoes and cards they played while waiting for the Albion, just across the road as you say Graham Bedford, to open.
Written by Tony Martin
Crossley Street - Pellon Lane
Miall Street Mills - The centre building was once known as the home of the 'Sell It Centre'.
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