Historic Saville Park

Historic Saville Park

Free School Lane

Heath School

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Halifax Infirmary

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Heath Villas

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Bell Hall Terrace


The Lodge


Saville Park


Crossley and Porter School

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Purpose-built aerated water manufactory erected in 1892 for William Henry Horsfall in connection with a business he ran along with his brother, George, at the nearby Bowling Green Inn, beerhouse. The products included hop ales and were marketed under the trade name of the 'Big 6'. Later the premises were occupied by an electrical instrument maker, then by Process Units (Halifax) Ltd. The last occupant was Fred Moore Ltd., who carried our repairs to electrical appliances there. The site is now occupied by an apartment block. Photo. May 1975. Info by IHO

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