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The town centre road junctions with the magnificent Town Hall on the right.

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21 Briggate, Brighouse. SE 1422 NW 5/18 (Barclays Bank)

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Bank. 1875. Ashlar to facade, hammer-dressed to sides. Slate roof. 3 storeys. Banded quoins, plinth, band, moulded cornice, blocking course rising to pediment enclosing date. Tall…

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Bradford Road, Brighouse. SE 1422 NE (east side) 6/14 No. 10 (National Westminster Bank)

G. V. II

Bank. 1895 for the London and Yorkshire Bank Ltd. by C. S. Nelson (Leeds). Dressed stone, slate roof. 2 storeys and attic. 6 bay facade. Bays 2, 3…

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Bradford Road, Brighouse. SE 1422 NE (east side) 6/14 No. 10 (National Westminster Bank)

G. V. II

Bank. 1895 for the London and Yorkshire Bank Ltd. by C. S. Nelson (Leeds). Dressed stone, slate roof. 2 storeys and attic. 6 bay facade. Bays 2, 3…

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This building was originally built in 1895 for the Halifax and Huddersfield Union Banking Company Ltd (aka The Union Bank). After merging with the Halifax Joint Stock Bank in 1910 it was amalgamated with Lloyds in 1919.

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This building was originally built in 1895 for the Halifax and Huddersfield Union Banking Company Ltd (aka The Union Bank). After merging with the Halifax Joint Stock Bank in 1910 it was amalgamated with Lloyds in 1919.

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This building was originally built in 1895 for the Halifax and Huddersfield Union Banking Company Ltd (aka The Union Bank). After merging with the Halifax Joint Stock Bank in 1910 it was amalgamated with Lloyds in 1919.

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Lloyds Bank, Commercial Street, Halifax Ref 092251

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Dropping down from Birchcliffe Road behind Cliffe Street it is the remains of the old packhorse route from Heptonstall to both Halifax and Haworth. Originally it dropped steeply straight down to the Old Bridge passing right in front of the White…

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Blackburn's Ironmongers shop can be seen at the end of this block of shops on the corner of Holme Street. Photograph taken before New Road was widened at the junction with Bridge Gate.
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