Industrial Heritage Online

Recording Our Industrial Heritage

Images from the IHO Archive

Industrial Heritage Online

Recording and Communicating Our Industrial Heritage

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Halifax Railway Station

The present Halifax station was erected jointly by the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway and the Leeds, Bradford and Halifax Railway Companies in 1855, to the designs of Thomas Butterworth of Manchester; the main contractors were George Thompson & Co. In 1885/6 the station layout was re-structured in order to accommodate the Great Northern Railway's Queensbury line. This lintel above a former pedestrian access in Church Street, bore the name of one of the original owners. November 1979.

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