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LYRS 3462n - C.1927. Halifax St Paul's Coal Depot - general view of depot including track, wagons and buildings. The joint L&YR and GNR line opened in 1890 from a junction at Holmfield on the Halifax - Queensbury line up to a terminus station known…

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LYRS 3572 - Wheatley Viaduct, tunnel & goods yard in a panoramic view. The joint L&YR and GNR line opened in 1890 from a junction at Holmfield on the Halifax - Queensbury line up to a terminus station known as St Pauls on Parkinson Lane near King…

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LYRS 3831b - General view of station, unusual signal box and goods yard looking south. The station opened for goods traffic in 1874 when the line to Holmfield was constructed and for passengers in 1880 and closed to them in 1955 when the Queensbury…

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LYRS 6403 - 1963. General view of Platform 4 including canopy & columns and the clock. The covered stairway went up the Booking Office. By the time this photo was taken the other two former GNR platforms to the station front had been closed and…

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The former GNR Platforms 4, 5 and 6 to the front of the 1855 Italian style station building. These platforms were built in 1884/6 when the station was substantially enlarged to accommodate increased passenger and freight traffic including the new…

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LYRS 2691 - An extract from an 1873 lithograph giving a rare view of the 1855 Station before it was extensively enlarged and modified in the mid-1880s. Access to the Station was by a curving carriage drive which is just discernible here turning down…

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LYRS 2696 - Halifax Station approach c.1920. To the left the L&YR Booking Office and to the right the GNR's.

With the construction of the GNR platforms and lines to the front of the 1855 Station Building in the 1880s a new large entrance and…

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LYRS 2695 - Halifax Station Approach - general view. With the construction of the GNR platforms and lines to the front of the 1855 Station Building in the 1880s a new large entrance and facilities building was built on a higher level accessed by the…

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LYRS 2692 - Halifax Station approach. To the right the top of the Italian style station building which opened in 1855 and to the front of that the canopies on the GNR platforms. Two platforms behind the building, still with canopies, remain in use. …

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View of the town from Beacon Hill with the railway goods and coal yard centre and the high level station approach and station centre left.

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The high level approach road built in the mid-1880s when platforms and sidings were constructed to the front of the 1855 Italian style station building.

The station was operated jointly by the London & Lancashire Railway and the Great Northern…

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The arrival of the Prince of Wales for the opening of the Town Hall in August 1863. A rare image of the 1855 station with the original curving carriage drive from opposite the bottom of Horton Strret to a central portico. When the station was…

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Pre-Grouping in 1923 this was the GNR Goods Station in Bradford then becoming the LNER's.
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