Malcolm Bull's Calderdale Companion : Streets in Calderdale : B

Streets in Calderdale



The Stainland Road

The road from Elland, to Greetland and Ripponden, is known as Rochdale Road

[Taken in October 2013]

The Saddleworth Road

Runs between Yorkshire and Lancashire from Mytholmroyd, as Cragg Road Blackstone Edge Road

Babylon, Halifax
Skircoat. Recorded in 1851 and 1874

Back Albion Street, Brighouse

Back Albion Street, Halifax
Area of Albion Street

Back Bethel Street, Brighouse
The name was changed to West Park Street

Back Bonegate, Brighouse
Recorded in 1905.

The street and its houses were lost when the area was redeveloped in the 1970s when the Lüdenscheid Link was constructed .

See Brighouse Market

Back Bower Road, Elland

Back Bowling Green Road, Stainland

Back Brier's Court, Halifax
Recorded in 1871

Back Brook Street, Todmorden
See Miles Weatherill

Back Byrom Street, Todmorden

Back Cannon Street, Lob Mill
Recorded in 1897

Back Charles Street, Brighouse
Lane Head. Named for a member of the Piggott family

Back Clarence Street, Halifax

Back Clarendon Place, Halifax

Back Clough, Northowram
For a time, Bradford Road was known as Back Clough. It subsequently changed its name back to Bradford Road

Back Commercial Street, Todmorden

Back Crib Lane, Halifax
Recorded in 1873, when Thomas Tasker Helliwell lived at No.8

See Crib Lane, Halifax

Back Cromwell Terrace, Halifax
Part of West Hill Park.

Named for Oliver Cromwell

Back Cross Lane, Elland

Back Crossley Terrace, Halifax
Off Hanson Lane

Back Dairy Street, Brighouse
Recorded in 1911

Back Der Street, Todmorden

Back Elmfield Terrace, Halifax

Back Evershey Mount, Halifax

Back Ferguson Street, Halifax
See Ferguson Street, Halifax

Back Fold, Halifax
Recorded in 1877, 1882 and 1911, when was listed near to Bank Bottom / Southowram Bank in the census

Back Foundry Street, Halifax
The street ran east from Cross Street, and south of, and parallel, to Foundry Street. The Halifax Working Men's Co-operative & Provident Society was founded at the home of Richard Horsfall here [1850]

Back Gallery, Salterhebble
Recorded in the 1851 census

Back Gerrard Street, Halifax

Back Glen Terrace, Halifax

Back Hanson Lane, Halifax

Back Harley Street, Todmorden

Back Hope Hall Terrace, Halifax

Back James Street, Halifax
See James Street

Back Lane, Cottonstones

Back Lane, Halifax
Former name of a lane which ran from the junction of Petticoat Lane and Southgate up to Bull Green.

The street is mentioned in Watson's book Survey of an house in the Back Lane of Halifax [1766].

It was known by several names, including Loveless Lane, Love Lace Lane, and Love Lase Lane.

Owners and tenants have included

See Back Lane, Halifax, Back Lane Parliament, Halifax and Seven Stars, Halifax

Back Lane, Heptonstall
Runs by the parish church

Back Lane, Halifax
Recorded in 1761 as running eastwards from Jail Lane

Back Lane, Ogden

Back Lane, Ovenden

See Illingworth Hall Farm

Back Lane, Ripponden

See Prison, Ripponden

Back Lane, Slack

Back Lane, Todmorden

Back Lane
This name was often given to the path which separated the tofts from the fields in a village

Back Longfield Road, Todmorden

Back Lord Street, Halifax

Back Lumbutts Road, Todmorden

Back Market Street, Hebden Bridge

Back Millwood, Todmorden

Back Moorfield Street, Halifax

Back New Street, Brighouse

Back North Street, Todmorden

Back o' th' Height, Baitings

Back Park Terrace, Halifax

Back Queen Street, West Vale

Back Raglan Street, Halifax

Back Railway Terrace, Halifax
Recorded in 1911 off Bailey Hall Bank. Group of 10 houses

Back Rhodes Street, Halifax

See Rhodes Street, Halifax

Back Ridqe Street, Todmorden

Back Rigging Lane, Sowerby

Back Ripon Street, Halifax

Back Ripon Terrace, Akroydon

See Ripon Terrace, Akroydon

Back Royd Place, Claremount

See Royd Place, Claremount

Back Savile Parade, Halifax

Back Smith Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1887 and 1892 off Range Bank.

See Smith Street, Halifax

Back South Parade, Elland

Back Sowerby Croft Road, Sowerby Bridge

Back Springfield Road, Elland

Back Street, Halifax
Aka Back Lane. Recorded in 1874 off Bull Green.

On a map of 1894, this appears to be what is now Cow Green

Back Swinton Terrace, Halifax

Back Thistle Terrace, Todmorden

Back Upper Castle, Mytholmroyd

Back Victor Terrace, Halifax

Back Victoria Street, Halifax
Runs between St James's Road and Pellon Lane, and north of the Oddfellows' Hall, Halifax.

See Victoria Street, Halifax

Back Wakefield Road, Sowerby Bridge

Back Waverley Road, Elland

Back Wellfield Terrace, Todmorden

Back West Street, Sowerby Bridge

Back Wharf Street, Sowerby Bridge
This was formerly known as Old Causeway. It was the main route through Sowerby Bridge before Wharf Street was built

Back William Street, Rastrick
Demolished in 19??

Back Wolsey Terrace, Halifax

Back Yard, Halifax
Area of Northgate

Backcroft, Sowerby Bridge

Backhold Avenue, Siddal

Backhold Drive, Siddal

Backhold Lane, Siddal

Some of the buildings here are listed

The lintel of Number 4 is inscribed THE 1668. A chimney piece is also dated 1668

Backhold Road, Siddal

Backhold, Siddal

Backhouse Lane, Salterhebble

The word was often used in street names – such as Back Raglan Street and Back Rhodes Street – to indicate a separate street of back-to-back housing where the houses back on to Raglan Street and Rhodes Street, respectively

Bacup Road, Todmorden

Some of the buildings here are listed

Badger Hill, Rastrick

See Badger Hill Mills, Rastrick and Spout Mills, Rastrick

Badger Lane, Blackshawhead

See Hamer Cottage, Blackshawhead and High Gate Farm, Blackshawhead

Badger Lane, Brighouse
Earlier name for Bridge Road on account of the beggars who hung about there

Badger Lane, Hebden Bridge

Badger Lane, Hipperholme

Badger Lane, Todmorden

See Blue Ball House, Blackshawhead

Bailey Close, Luddenden

Bailey Hall Bank, Halifax
Road leading from Southowram Bank down to Bailey Hall Road, where it ends in a cobbled slope.

Only Bailey Hall View, the part nearest Southowram Bank, is accessible to vehicles.

There were many other rows of houses along the way – Back Railway Terrace, Hoyle's Buildings, Premises, Tordoff's Row and Woodhead's Row - all of which have gone

Bailey Hall, Halifax

Bailey Hall Road, Halifax

See Bailey Hall Bank, Bailey Hall, Caddy Field and Swan Bank

Bailey Hall Terrace, Southowram
Off Bailey Hall Bank, Halifax.

Recorded in 1881

Bailey Hall View, Halifax
Part of the way Bailey Hall Bank

Bailey's Terrace, West Vale
Saddleworth Road.

Recorded in 1881

Baines Row, Brighouse
Mill Lane. A row of workers' cottages built on the Baines Square site by Samuel Baines in 1852. They were dated SB 1852 for him.

The site and some of the converted houses were occupied by Lloyds Bank, Brighouse and offices of Charles Hinchliffe

The car park for Sainsbury's supermarket now stands on the site

Baines Street, Halifax
Listed near to Battinson Road in the census [1881]

Bairstow's Buildings, Ovenden

Bairstow Court, Sowerby Bridge

Bairstow Lane, Halifax

Bairstow Lane, Sowerby Bridge

See Bairstow, Warley

Bairstow Mount, Sowerby Bridge

Baitings Gate Road, Baitings Reservoir

See Lower Beestonhirst, Ripponden

Baker Fold, Halifax

Baker Street, Halifax
Pellon Lane. Recorded in 1884

Baker Street, Illingworth

Baker Street North, Illingworth

Baldwin Terrace, Halifax
A terrace of houses off Southowram Bank. Named for J. & J. Baldwin & Partners

Balkram Drive, Mixenden

Balkram Edge Road, Mixenden

Balkram Road, Mixenden

Ball's Yard, Brighouse
Was entered by a ginnel from Commercial Street

Balmoral Place, Halifax

A terrace of 11 houses built around 1860 by Elizabeth Porter.

Balmoral Street, Hebden Bridge

Baltic Street, Halifax
Off Haugh Shaw Road. Recorded in 1905

Bancroft Terrace, Halifax
Recorded in the 1930s, when it was between Nos 29 & 31 Commercial Road, and there were 12 dwellings there

Band Walk, Luddendenfoot
Area of Blackwood Hall.

In 1876, the Luddendenfoot Industrial Co-operative Society bought land here and built 4 houses for their members.

In 1888, 6 more houses were built. The name was changed to Booth House Terrace

Bangor Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1905 off Green Lane

Bank Bottom, Elland
Aka Saddleworth Road.

See Albert Mills, Elland

Bank Bottom, Halifax
Road which leads from the foot of Old Bank and Southowram Bank, over the Hebble at Clark Bridge to Cripplegate and the Parish Church

Bank Bottom Lane, Luddenden

Bank Bottom, Mytholmroyd

Bank Bottom, Sowerby Bridge

Bank Buildings, Halifax
23 George Street

The offices of the Halifax Equitable Benefit Building Society were here [1872]

Bank Buildings, Hebden Bridge

Bank Buildings, Luddendenfoot
In 1885, Charles Clay provided accommodation for the newly-formed Luddendenfoot Mechanics' Institute here

Bank Buildings, Sowerby Bridge

Bank Cottage, Salterhebble

Bank Edge Close, Halifax

Bank Edge Gardens, Ovenden

Bank Edge, Ovenden

Bank Edge Road, Ovenden

The Bank, Elland
A 19th century name for Saddleworth Road

Bank End, Greetland

Bank Foot, Hebden Bridge

Bank Hey Bottom Lane, Ripponden
Bank Hey Well is here

Bank Hey Bottom, Sowerby Bridge

Bank House Lane, Luddenden Dean
Cottages at Numbers 1 and 2, and a barn, here are listed.

See Lower Holme House, Luddenden Dean

The Bank, Mixenden

Bank Place, Ovenden

Bank Road, Sowerby Bridge

See Sawter House Farm, Mill Bank

Bank Royd Lane, Barkisland

Bank Side, Hebden Bridge

Bank Street, Brighouse
Area around Briggate. The street no longer exists.

See Milnes Yard, Brighouse:

Bank Street Corner, Halifax
The crossroads where Commercial Street, Crown Street, Silver Street, and Waterhouse Street meet.

See Bank Street, Halifax

Bank Street, Halifax
Area of The City off Pitt Street.

See Bank Street Corner, Halifax

Bank Street, Halifax
Ran off Range Bank, and parallel to New Bank.

Recorded in 1895 and 1936.

The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

Bank Street, Todmorden

Bank Terrace, Cragg Vale

Bank Terrace, Hebden Bridge

Bank Terrace, Luddendenfoot

Bank Terrace, Sowerby Bridge

Bank Top, Greetland

Bank Top, Lee Mount

Bank Top, Southowram
Area at the top of Southowram Bank on the southern ridge of Beacon Hill, to the east of, and overlooking, Halifax

See Isaac Thwaite

Bank Top, Todmorden

Bank View, Barkisland

Bank View, Hebden Bridge

Bank View, Luddendenfoot

Bank View, Mytholmroyd

Bank View, Sowerby Bridge

Bankfield Buildings, Todmorden
The Fielden family built this row of houses next to their Waterside Mill

Bankfield Gardens, Southowram
Marsh Lane.

Built in 1925, by James Wadsworth & Sons on land at Bank Top, Southowram which they bought from Herbert Mellor.

Named for Bankfield Farm

Bankfield Grange, Greetland

Bankfield Terrace, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off New Bank

Bankfield Terrace, Sowerby Bridge

Bankfield View, Boothtown

Bankfield Yard, Boothtown

Bankfoot Terrace, Hebden Bridge

Bankhouse Lane, Dudwell

Like many lanes in the district, this takes its name from a house, in this case, Bankhouse

Bankhouse Lane, Wainstalls
Recorded in 1905

Banks End, Elland
Upper Edge

Banks End Road, Elland
Upper Edge

The Banks, Sowerby Bridge

Banksfield Avenue, Mytholmroyd

Banksfield Crescent, Mytholmroyd

Banksfield Road, Mytholmroyd

Banksfield Terrace, Mytholmroyd

Bankside, Hebden Bridge
Aka Stubbing Footpath, Stoney Lane.

Part of the route from Hebden Bridge to Halifax via Midgley, and to Keighley via Old Town

Bankside, Todmorden

Bar Lane, Sowerby Bridge

Bar Street, Todmorden

Barber Street, Brighouse

Bare Head Lane, Northowram

Barfield Road, Hipperholme

Barker Close, Siddal

Barker Street, Todmorden

Barkers Terrace, Hebden Bridge
See William Barker

Barleycorn Square, Halifax
Recorded in 1901

Barleycorn Yard, Halifax
Stannary. Recorded in 1859

Barraclough Lane, Southowram

Continues towards Shibden as Dark Lane

2 cottages here – Numbers 1 & 2 – were listed as a part of the Shibden Estate in a sale catalogue of October 1925.

See Upper Place Farm, Southowram

Barratt's Buildings, Luddendenfoot
Burnley Road.

The houses stand alongside the Rochdale Canal

Barret Hill, Soyland

Owners and tenants have included

Barrington Close, Southowram

Barsey Green Lane, Greetland

Barton Street, Brighouse
The property on a part of the street was demolished in the 1970s and the car park by St Martin's Church now occupies the site.

The section between Churchfields Road and Manley Street still remains.

See Haigh Street

Barton's Yard, Brighouse
Recorded in 1911, when it was near Hangram Street.

The street and its houses were lost when the area was redeveloped in the 1970s when the Lüdenscheid Link was constructed

Barum Top, Halifax
Earlier Bourame and Berum.

Area of Halifax near Bull Green.

Barum House was at the junction of Harrison Road and Bull Close Lane.

The Barum was an open sewer which ran nearby.

See Barum Top, Halifax and Little Green, Halifax

Bates Avenue, Sowerby Bridge

Bath Parade, Halifax
Aka Bath Street. Off South Parade, Halifax

Bath Place, Boothtown

Bath Place, Rastrick
Named for Ramsden's Baths

Bath Road, Halifax

Bath Street, Elland

Bath Street, Halifax
Small street off South Parade. Named after Lilly Lane Baths which were nearby.

Recorded in 1881

Bath Street, Todmorden

Batley Street, Lee Mount

Battinson Place, Southowram
Small group of houses at the top of Trooper Lane, Bank Top.

Owners and tenants have included

  • #? Emma [aged 52] and George Mallinson [aged 53] [1871]
  • #? George Mallinson [1891]
  • #1 George Haigh [1911]
  • #1 Frank Mallinson [b 1906] (biscuit machine man) & Elsie Mallinson [b 1909] (grocery shop assistant) [1939]
  • #2 Arthur Pickles [1911]
  • #2 Harold Nicholl [b 1902] (yarn warehouseman) & Ivy Nicholl [b 1901] (woollen reeler) [1939]
  • #3 Alfred Huggan [1911]
  • #3 Helena Parker [b 1892] & son Roland Parker [b 1923] (apprentice clog maker) [1939]
  • #4 James Thompson (coal miner) [1911]
  • #4 Helena Parker [b 1892] & son Roland Parker [b 1923] (apprentice clog maker) [1939]
  • #5 Helena Parker [b 1892] & son Roland Parker [b 1923] (apprentice clog maker) [1939]

Battinson Road, Halifax

See Battinson Road School

Battinson Street, Southowram
Bank Top.

Baulk Head Lane, Todmorden
Rodwell End.

Some of the buildings here are listed

Baxter Lane, Northowram
A row of mid-17th century cottages here is listed.

See Baxter House, Northowram

Bay Windows Yard, Halifax
Haley Hill. Recorded in 1905

Bayswater Avenue, Halifax

Bayswater Terrace, Halifax
St Alban's Road, Skircoat

Beacon Hill Road, Southowram
The road which goes around Beacon Hill from New Bank to Bank Top, Southowram.

In February 1865,

the inhabitants of Southowram held a meeting on the extension of the Borough of Halifax into Southowram ... the Corporation had decided to ... make a ... road along the brow of Beacon Hill ... the meeting agreed

The road was opened on 15th August 1874 – by H. C. McCrea – to supersede Southowram Bank

Beacon Terrace, Claremount
Ran north-east between St Thomas Street, Claremount and Parsonage Street, Claremount.

Recorded in 1936. The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

Beaconsfield Street, Halifax

Beaconsfield Street, Todmorden

Bean Street, Elland

Beaumont Chase, Wheatley
Built in 2011. Named in honour of Walter Beaumont

Beaumont Street, Todmorden

Beaumont View, Hebden Bridge

Beaumont's Yard, Elland
Recorded in 1871

Beck Side, Bradshaw

Beckenham Place, Halifax

Beckett Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1905 off Church Street

Becketts Close, Hebden Bridge

Bedale Avenue, Rastrick

Bedford Court, Halifax
Area of Lister Lane

Bedford Square, Halifax
Between Lister Lane and Gibbet Street, and west of Hall Street

Bedford Street, Elland

Bedford Street, Halifax
Area of Lister Lane

Bedford Street North, Halifax

Bedford Street, Todmorden

Bedford Terrace, Halifax
Area of Hopwood Lane

Beech Avenue, Sowerby Bridge

Beech Avenue, Todmorden

Beech Close, Shelf

Beech Cottages, Mytholmroyd

Beech Grove, Lightcliffe

Beech Hill Terrace, Halifax

Beech Road, Sowerby Bridge

Beech Street, Elland

Beech Street, Halifax

Beech Street, Stainland

Beech View, Sowerby Bridge

Beech Villas, Sowerby Bridge

Beecher Street, Akroydon

Beechwood Avenue, Illingworth

Beechwood Avenue, Shelf

Beechwood Avenue, Sowerby Bridge

Beechwood Close, Illingworth

Beechwood Crescent, Sowerby Bridge

Beechwood Drive, Illingworth

Beechwood Drive, Sowerby Bridge

Beechwood Grove, Illingworth

Beechwood Road, Holmfield

Beechwood Road, Illingworth
A part of Watkinson Hall was pulled down about 1880 when Beechwood Road was constructed

Beechwood Road, Sowerby

Beechwood View, Hebden Bridge

Beechwood Villas, Ovenden

Beeston Hurst, Sowerby Bridge

Beestonley Lane, Stainland
Links Stainland Road, Barkisland to Stainland.

See Providence Congregational Church, Stainland

Beggartons Row, Sowerby Bridge

Belfast Street, Halifax

Belgrave Avenue, Halifax

Belgrave Close, Halifax

Belgrave Crescent, Halifax

Belgrave Drive, Claremount

Belgrave Gardens, Claremount

Belgrave Grove, Halifax

Belgrave Mount, Halifax

Belgrave Park, Claremount

Belgrave Road, Claremount

Belgrave Street, Northowram

Belgrave Street, Sowerby Bridge

Bell's Court, Halifax
Sun Fold.

Recorded in 1911

Bell's Fold, Halifax
Recorded in 1881

Bell Hall Mount, Halifax

Bell Hall Terrace, Halifax

Bell Hall View, Halifax

Bell Row, Rastrick

Bell Street, Halifax
Ran north-east between St Thomas Street, Claremount and Parsonage Street, Claremount. Recorded in 1891 and 1936. The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

Bellcross Drive, Halifax

Belle Vue, Barkisland

Belle Vue Crescent, Shelf

Belle Vue Rise, Shelf

Belle Vue Road, Shelf

Belle Vue Terrace, Luddendenfoot

Belle Vue Terrace, Southowram
Bank Top. Terrace of houses behind (south) The Square, Bank Top

Belmont Place, Parkinson Lane

Belmont Street, Claremount

Belmont Street, Sowerby Bridge

Belmont Terrace, Luddendenfoot

Belmont Terrace, Sowerby

Belvoir Gardens, Halifax

Ben Royd Terrace, Stainland

Bennett Street, Halifax

Benns Lane, Wainstalls

Bent Close Lane, Cragg Vale

Bentley Avenue, Lightcliffe

Bentley Mount, Sowerby Bridge

Bentley Royd Close, Sowerby Bridge

Bentley Street, Halifax

Berry's Buildings, Ovenden
Keighley Road

Berry's Court, Halifax
Recorded in 1881

Berry Lane, Halifax
Area of Lower Kirkgate and Bailey Hall.

Beerhouses & Pubs in Berry Lane, Halifax

See Coal Drops, Halifax

Berry Moor Road, Norland

See St Luke's Church, Norland and Thorny Bank, Norland

Berry Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874, 1905 and 1936 off Charlestown Road

Berrymill Lane, Stainland

Berwick Street, Halifax

Beswick Street, Todmorden

Bethel Street, Brighouse
Formerly known as Brighouse Lane [1855].

Part of the street, up to Bradford Road, was renamed Police Street [1881].

The street was widened in the early 1900s

See Five Lane Ends, Brighouse

Bethel Street, Ovenden
Lee Mount

Bethel Terrace, Hebden Bridge

Bethel Terrace, Luddendenfoot
Brearley Lane. The former Brearley Bethel Baptist Church

Bethel Terrace, Sowerby Bridge

Bethesda Row, Mytholmroyd
Aka Bethesda Terrace.

Group of early 19th century cottages on Burnley Road

The Craven Heifer was here

Beulah Place, Luddendenfoot

Beverley Close, Elland

Beverley Place, Akroydon
19th century houses – Numbers 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 – arelisted

Beverley Terrace, Akroydon

Bilberry Hall Lane, Greetland
Off Turbury Lane

See Bilberry Hall, Greetland

Billy Lane, Hebden Bridge

Binns Court, Halifax
Recorded in 1915

Binns Hill, Halifax

Binns Hill Lane, Warley

Binns Terrace, Ovenden
Nursery Lane

Binns Top Lane, Southowram
This superseded the earlier packhorse track

Birch Avenue, Sowerby Bridge

Birch Avenue, Todmorden

Birch Close, Brighouse

Birch Dene, Lee Mount

Birch Lane, Luddenden

Birch Place, Hebden Bridge

Birch Square, Halifax
A small square of 5 dwellings, reached by a passage from Gibbet Street. 3 houses were at yard-level, the other 2 were on a gallery/landing.

The Square was directly opposite the Fleece, Halifax

Birch Street, Todmorden

Birch Villas, Hebden Bridge

Birch Walk, Todmorden

Birchcliffe, Hebden Bridge

Birchcliffe Road, Hebden Bridge
See Birchcliffe Road Toll Bar

Birchenlee Close, Mytholmroyd

Birchfield, Sowerby Bridge

Birchfield Villas, Hebden Bridge

Bird Holme Lane, Hipperholme

Birdcage Hill, Halifax
The name may imply early links with Falconry

Birdcage Lane, Skircoat
The name may imply early links with Falconry.

See New Lane, Halifax

Birdcage Walk, Todmorden
A footpath between White Hart Fold and Rise Lane which was created in 1926 when the wall along Church Street was moved back for road-widening.

The name may imply early links with Falconry

Birds Royd Lane, Rastrick

See Birds Royd, Rastrick and Princess Street, Rastrick

Birdswell Avenue, Brighouse

Birk Hey Close, Bailiff Bridge

Birkby Lane, Bailiff Bridge

Birkdale Grove, Illingworth

Birkhouse, Brighouse

Birkhouse Lane, Bailiff Bridge

Birkhouse Road, Brighouse

Birkley Lane, Halifax

Birks Hall, Halifax

Birks Hall Street, Halifax

Birks Hall Terrace, Halifax

Birks Lane, Lee Mount

Birks Lane, Mill Bank

Birks Lane, Walsden

Black Castle, Holmfield

Black Castle Lane, Bradshaw

Black Dyke, Lumbutts

Black Hill, Hebden Bridge

Black Hill, Ogden

Black Horse Yard, Halifax
Woolshops. The yard of the Black Horse Inn, Halifax

Black Ledge, Halifax

Black Lion Buildings, Luddendenfoot
Named for the Black Lion, Luddendenfoot

Black Swan Passage, Halifax
Alley which leads from George Street to Silver Street

Black Swan Yard, Halifax
The yard of the Black Swan Inn, Silver Street

Black Wall, Halifax

Black Wood Hail Lane, Midgley

Blackburn Buildings, Brighouse
Wakefield Road. Named for the Blackburn family of Brighouse

Blackburn Close, Ovenden

Blackburn Road, Brighouse
Named for The Blackburn family of Brighouse

Blackhouse Fold, Illingworth

Blackledge, Halifax
This was the southern boundary of Blackledge-Ing. A street of that name now runs along the southern wall of the Piece Hall. The south entrance to the Piece Hall is here.

In 1751, it was a country footpath from Ward's End.

See Cross Street, Halifax, Thomas Street, Halifax and Waterhouse Terrace, Halifax

Blackley Road, Elland

See Prospect View, Blackley

Blackmires, Illingworth

Blackpool Street, Halifax
A small group of about 4 terraced houses off Mill Lane / Old Lane.

Recorded in 1881

Blackshaw Beck Lane, Shelf

Blackshaw Clough Road, Ripponden

Blackshaw Street, Todmorden

Blackstone Edge Road, Cragg Vale
The B6138 is an important road between Yorkshire and Lancashire.

In 1291, Edward I granted to Sir Hugh de Eland duties on goods carried along the road. The money was to be used to maintain the road.

See Blackstone Edge Roman Road, Ripponden, Dean Head, Cragg Vale and Soyland Moor

Blackwall Grove, Halifax

Blackwall, Halifax
Road which runs westwards from Harrison Road to Savile Park Road and West Parade

Blackwall Lane, Sowerby Bridge

See Blackwall Farm, Sowerby Bridge

Blackwall Rise, Sowerby Bridge

Blackwood Grove, Halifax

Blackwood Hall Lane, Luddendenfoot

Blaithroyd Court, Southowram

Blaithroyd Lane, Southowram
See Blaithroyd farm, J. & J. Fee and E. Nicholl

Blaithroyd Terrace, Southowram

Blake Hill End, Northowram

Blake Hill, Northowram
Stump Cross

Blakelaw Drive, Brighouse

Blakelaw Lane, Clifton

Bland Street, Halifax

Blenheim Court, Halifax

Blenheim Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1905 off Green Lane

Blenheim Street, Hebden Bridge

Blind Lane, Bradshaw

Blind Lane, Luddendenfoot
An early 18th century house here is listed. It has been converted into 2 dwellings

See Upper Blind Lane, Luddendenfoot

Blind Lane, Todmorden

Some of the buildings here are listed

Bloomergate, Mytholmroyd

Blücher Passage, Halifax
Recorded in 8865 off Church Street alongside the Station Hotel, Halifax, and the Prince of Blucher, Halifax

Blücher Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1905 off Church Street

Blue Ball Lane, Ripponden

Blue Ball Road, Ripponden

See Baitings Farm, Ripponden and Flight House Road, Ripponden

Blue Bell Buildings, Halifax
Gaol Lane. Named for the nearby Blue Bell

Blue Bell Lane, Cornholme

Some of the buildings here are listed

Bluebell Walk, Luddendenfoot

Boar's Head Yard, Halifax
The yard of the Boar's Head Inn, Halifax

Boardman Street, Todmorden

Bob Lane, Halifax

Bobbin Mill Close, Cornholme
See Wilson's Bobbin Mill, Todmorden

Bobbin Street, Cornholme
See Wilson's Bobbin Mill, Todmorden

Boddy's Buildings, Halifax
A group of shops and warehouses built for John Boddy around 1856, and designed by Perkington & Craven. The buildings stood at the corner of Northgate and Winding Road, opposite the Northgate Hotel, Halifax. The Bus Station now stands on the site.

Joshua Waddington opened a Turkish bath here in 1858

Boggart Lane, Hipperholme

Boggart Lane, Sowerby Bridge

Bolehill Park, Brighouse

Bolton Brow, Sowerby Bridge

Bolton, Illingworth

Bolton Lane, Southowram
An early name for Marsh Lane. Recorded in 1851 and 1905.

See Bolton House, Southowram

Bolton Street, Claremount
The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

Bond Gate, Brighouse
Recorded in 1845 as a name for Bonegate

Bond Street, Brighouse
Name for Dr Bond, one of the founders of the branch of St John's Ambulance Brigade in the district

Bond Street, Hebden Bridge

Bond Street, Todmorden
See Dr H. Heyworth

Bonegate Avenue, Brighouse

Bonegate, Brighouse
The name is said to mean street of the bondsmen.

In 1845, it was recorded at Bond Gate.

The road was paved in 1862. There was a well at the bottom of Bonegate.

See Crescent, Brighouse, Lane Court Number 2, Brighouse and Manley Street

Bonegate Court, Brighouse
The name of Lane Court Number 2 was changed to Bonegate Court [2013]

Bonegate Road, Brighouse

Bonnett Hill, Bradshaw

Booth Bank, Halifax
Boothtown Road

Booth Fold, Halifax
Aka Booth's Fold At the junction of Lister Lane and Back Street. Recorded in 1905

Booth Hill, Luddendenfoot

Booth House Lane, Luddendenfoot

Booth House Road, Luddendenfoot

Booth House Terrace, Luddendenfoot
In 1888, The name of Band Walk was changed to Booth House Terrace

Booth Terrace, Luddendenfoot

Boothroyd Lane, Rastrick

Boothsfield, Halifax
(Possibly) in the St James's Road area Recorded in 1851

Boothtown Road, Boothtown

In 1903, the gradient of the road was reported to be 1 in 9.7. This was significant for the growing tramway system.

Mid 19th century property at (odd) numbers 23-37 is listed.

The road was widened in 1930.

See All Souls' Graveyard and Friendly, Boothtown

Boston Hill, Hebden Bridge
An area of Old Town, Wadsworth, to the west of Old Town Mill and Old Town Cricket Club. It is a part of the Boston Hill Estate.

It is mentioned on a 1760 map.

People who are recorded here include

In some references to the occupants, it is not clear whether the individuals were living in the Boston Hill area or actually at Boston Hill House

Boston Street, Halifax

Boston Street, Sowerby Bridge

Bottomley Lane, Barkisland

See Calf Hey Farm, Barkisland and Wormald Farm Cottage, Barkisland

Bottomley Road, Todmorden
Some of the buildings here are listed

Bottomley Street, Brighouse

Bottomley's Yard, Rastrick
Was renamed Harley Place

Bottoms Hall, Halifax

Bottoms, Mytholmroyd

Bottoms, Siddal
A steep lane which leads from Cinderhills Lane and Oxford Lane, Siddal down the hillside to the Hebble

Boulderclough, Luddendenfoot

Boulderclough, Sowerby Bridge

The Boulevard, Halifax
42-58 Savile Park Road.

At one time, there was a line of trees along the central reservation, hence the name.

Owners and tenants have included

Bow Lane, Heptonstall

Bowers Lane, Greetland

Bowl Shaw Lane, Northowram

Bowling Alley, Rastrick

Bowling Alley Terrace, Rastrick

Bowling Court, Brighouse

Bowling Dyke, Halifax
Lane which runs from the south end of North Bridge and passes east and below the bridge.

Mills of the Akroyd family business were established here by Jonathan in 1818.

This is discussed in the book the collection of Prints by J. R. Smith

Beerhouses & Pubs in Bowling Dyke, Halifax

Bowling Garden Road, Stainland

Bowling Green Court, Stainland

Bowling Green Road, Stainland

Bowman Grove, Halifax
Hanson Lane

Bowman Place, Halifax

Bowman Street, Halifax

Bowman Terrace, Halifax

Bowood Lane, Triangle
Named for Bowood Farm

Bowood Road, Elland

Box Trees Lane, Illingworth

Box Trees, Ovenden

Boxhall Road, Elland
Named for Box Hall, Elland

Boxtree Lane, Wheatley

Boy Lane, Wheatley

Boy Mill Parade, Luddendenfoot

See Boy Mill, Luddendenfoot

Boy Mill Road, Luddendenfoot

See Boy Mill, Luddendenfoot

Boyne Street, Halifax
Behind and east of Brunswick Street

Boys Lane, Siddal
See Shaw Lodge Mills' Chimney

Boys Mill Terrace, Halifax
Skircoat. Recorded in 1905

Boys Scar, Luddendenfoot

Bracewell Bank, Lee Mount

Bracewell Drive, Lee Mount

Bracewell Grove, Lee Mount

Bracewell Hill, Lee Mount

Bracewell Mount, Lee Mount

Bracewell Terrace, Lee Mount

Bracken Avenue, Brighouse

Bracken Close, Brighouse

Bracken Hill, Halifax

Bracken Lane, Brighouse

Bracken Lane, Shelf

See Brackens Land End Mine, Shelf and Lion Brewery, Shelf

Bracken Road, Brighouse
Named for Richard Bracken who lived in the area

Brackenbed Grange, Halifax

Brackenbed Lane, Halifax

See Brackenbed Grange

Brackenbed Terrace, Halifax

Brackens Lane, Shelf

Bradford-Huddersfield Turnpike
Aka the Wibsey, Low Moor & Huddersfield Turnpike. The turnpike ran from Wibsey Bank Foot, Bradford, via Odsal Top, Low Moor, Lower Wyke, Bailiff Bridge, Bonegate, Brighouse, Bradley Bar, and to Huddersfield, and was built between 1822 and 1830.

The Brighouse section superseded the older Old Lane.

Tolls were abolished at midnight on 31st October 1875.

This is now the A641.

See Brighouse river crossing, Thomas Bradley Chambers and George Higham

Bradford New Road
The road from Halifax through Boothtown and Queensbury to Bradford

Bradford Old Road, Claremount

See High Royd, Halifax

Bradford Road, Brighouse
It is a continuation of Huddersfield Road, and is the main road through the town and on to Bailiff Bridge and Bradford.

In the 19th/20th century, parts of the road were fashionable and many local dignitaries and worthies lived here.

See Ball Flash and Five Lane Ends, Brighouse

Bradford Road, Halifax

Bradford Road, Shelf

See Back Clough, Northowram and Shelf War Memorial

Bradley's Buildings, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Church Street

Bradley Court, Sowerby Bridge
Hollins Mill Lane

Bradley Lane, Greetland

Bradley Terrace, Sowerby Bridge
Hollins Mill Lane

Bradley View, Stainland

Bradshaw Lane, Illingworth

See Bradshaw Lane Mine

Bradshaw Row, Illingworth

Bradshaw View, Illingworth

Braeside, Halifax

Braithwaite's Court, Halifax
Aka Braithwaite's Yard. Recorded in 1874, 1905 and 1917 off Gaol Lane

Bramley Lane, Hipperholme
See Hipperholme Police Station

Bramley View, Lightcliffe

Brampton, Luddendenfoot

Bramsche Square, Todmorden
Named for Todmorden's twin town, Bramsche, Germany

Bramston Gardens, Rastrick

Bramston Street, Rastrick
The Rising Sun, Brighouse stood in the centre of the road here.

The recreation ground opened in 1924

See Bramston Street Mine, Rastrick

Branch Lane, Elland

Branch Road, Barkisland

Brandy Hall, Holmfield

Brandy Hole Lane, Greetland
Recorded in 1881

Brant Avenue, Ovenden

Brantam, Luddendenfoot

Brantwood Close, Halifax
Named for Brantwood House, Skircoat

Brassey Street, Halifax

Bray's Row, Halifax
Area of Lilly Lane

Brearley Lane, Luddendenfoot

Brearley Lane Top, Luddendenfoot

Breck Lea, Sowerby Bridge

Breck Willows, Sowerby Bridge

Brewery Street, Halifax

Brewery Street, Todmorden

Brian Royd Lane, Greetland

Briar Close, Elland

Brick and Tile Terrace, Rastrick
Gooder Lane, Rastrick Common.

Three rows of houses – Brick Terrace, Brick & Tile Terrace, and Tile Terrace – were originally housing built for workers at the Brighouse Brick, Tile & Stone Company Limited.

In the 1990s, they were renovated by a Housing Trust

Brick Building, Halifax
Southowram Bank. Recorded in 1905

Brick Houses, Luddendenfoot
Residential area of Luddendenfoot

Brick Row, Siddal

Brick Terrace, Rastrick
See Brick & Tile Terrace

Brickfield Grove, Illingworth

Brickfield Lane, Holmfield

Brickfield Place, Ovenden

Brickfield Street, Ovenden

Brickfield Terrace, Illingworth

Bride Street, Todmorden

Bridge End, Brighouse
Street on the Brighouse side of the old Brighouse river crossing of the Calder.

See Abattoir, Brighouse

Bridge End, Elland

Bridge End, Mytholmroyd

Bridge End Place, Rastrick

Bridge End, Rastrick
Street on the Rastrick side of the old Brighouse river crossing of the Calder.

In some old documents, the area is called Salford, Salforth, and Sawforth. It was also known as Rastrick Brighouses.

See Bridge End Co-Op, Rastrick and Sugden Memorial Hall

Bridge End, Todmorden

Bridge Gate, Hebden Bridge
The lower end of the road was built in 1772. It was a part of the Halifax to Hebden Bridge Turnpike

Bridge Lane, Halifax

Bridge Lane, Shelf

Bridge Lanes, Hebden Bridge
In 1771, the name of The Lanes was changed to Bridge Lanes.

The area was once heavily-populated. In the 1960s, most of the 19th century houses were demolished under a clearance scheme, and the Ministry of Housing and Local Government drew up plans for blocks of flats, but these were never built.

Some of the buildings here are listed

  • Numbers 51 to 69
  • Numbers 60 & 62
  • Numbers 71 to 87
  • Number 74 – an early 19th century cottage

See Bridge Lanes Co-operative Stores

Bridge Road, Brighouse
This was also known as Cadger Lane and Badger Lane

Bridge Street East, Halifax
Area of Cripplegate.

A beerhouse is recorded at 16 Bridge Street East, Halifax [1911] where Rothwell Ainley was manager.

See Bridge Street, Halifax

Bridge Street, Halifax
Area of Cripplegate.

In 1802, property comprising 12 dwelling-houses are recorded here adjoining the churchyard at Halifax Parish Church. They were the estate of Thomas Wright, and occupants included

  • Charles Arraby
  • John Bates
  • Joseph Bradley
  • Samuel Crowther
  • Mary Farrar
  • Hannah Green
  • Samuel Hemmingway
  • Nicholas Liddle
  • John Robertshaw
  • Nanny Taylor
  • David Wood

See Bridge Street East, Halifax

Bridge Street, Sowerby Bridge

Bridge Street, Todmorden

Bridge Terrace, Halifax

Bridle Dene, Shelf

Bridle Hall, Holmfield

Bridle Stile, Shelf

Brier's Court, Halifax
Aka Briar's Court. Yard which lies within the block bounded by Westgate, Union Street, Albion Street and Carrier Street

Brier Hey Close, Mytholmroyd

Brier Hey Lane, Mytholmroyd

Brier Hey, Mytholmroyd

Brier Lane, Southowram
Aka Sammy Lane.

Path down to Elland Road, Brighouse.

Marshall's had a quarry and factory here.

See Cat Steps, Brighouse, Grove House, Southowram and Halifax Tool Company Limited

Brier's Square, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Well Lane

Brier Street, Akroydon

Brig Royd, Sowerby Bridge

Brigg Royd, Ovenden

Briggate, Brighouse
Street leading from the town centre to the old river crossing bridge.

See Assembly Rooms, Brighouse

Beerhouses & Pubs in Briggate, Brighouse

Briggate, Elland
The street climbing from Elland Bridge towards Elland town centre.

Beerhouses & Pubs in Briggate, Elland

Brighouse & Denholme Gate Road, Northowram
This is a part of the Brighouse-Denholme Gate Turnpike.

See Albert Memorial, Queensbury, Hargreaves Head, Shelf and Hipperholme crossroads

Brighouse-Denholme Gate Turnpike
Turnpike between Brighouse and Denholme Gate.

See Brighouse & Denholme Gate Road, Northowram and Coley Toll Bar

Brighouse Fields, Rastrick
An area of Rastrick around Bridge End.

See Riding The Stang

Brighouse Lane
This was the main road through Brighouse.

Formerly known as Bethel Street.

It was known as Brighouse Lane [1855], and as Police Street [1881]

Brighouse Road, Hipperholme

Brighouse Wood Lane, Brighouse
Road from Brookfoot to Lane Head was a part of the original route from Brighouse to Elland until 1815 when the present road was built as the Elland & Obelisk Turnpike Road.

See Brighouse Wood and Woodbank, Brighouse

Brighouse Wood Row, Brighouse
Late 18th century houses here are listed

Bright Street, Halifax
Area of Mount Pleasant / Commercial Road. Built before 1854 by the Union Building Society. It was named for John Bright

Bright Street, Sowerby Bridge

Bright Street, Todmorden

Brighton Grove, Halifax
Pellon Lane. Recorded in 1902

Brighton Street, Lee Mount

Brighton Street, Sowerby Bridge

Brighton Terrace, Todmorden

Brink Bottom, Todmorden

Brink Top, Todmorden

Briscoe Lane, Greetland

Bristol Street, Halifax

Broad Carr Lane, Elland

Broad Carr, Stainland

Broad Carr Terrace, Elland

Broad Carr Terrace, Stainland

Broad Gate, Todmorden

Some of the buildings here are listed

Broad Ings Way, Shelf

Broad Lane, Colden

Broad Lane, Sowerby Bridge
Late 18th century houses – numbers 1, 3, 5 and 7 – here are listed

Broad Lane, Todmorden

Broad Oak Lane, Lightcliffe

Broad Oak, Lightcliffe

Broad Oak Place, Lightcliffe

Broad Oak Street, Lightcliffe

Broad Oak Terrace, Lightcliffe

Broad Royd, Stainland

Broad Street, Halifax

See Northgate House, Halifax and Portland Street, Halifax

Broad Street, Sowerby Bridge
See Bogden

Broad Street, Todmorden

Broad Tree Road, Lee Mount

Broad Tree Terrace, Lee Mount

Broadgate, Stainland

Broadholme, Brighouse

Broadley Avenue, Highroad Well

Broadley Close, Highroad Well

Broadley Crescent, Highroad Well

Broadley Grove, Highroad Well

Broadley Lathe, Highroad Well

See Broadley Laithe, Mount Tabor

Broadley Road, Highroad Well

Broadstone Street, Todmorden

Broadway Court, Sowerby Bridge

Broadway, Southowram
Bank Top.

Named for Mr Broadley who built the Broadway and Sunway developments

See Upper Delves, Southowram

Broadway, Sowerby Bridge

Broadwood Avenue, Halifax

Brocklyn Yard, Halifax

Brocks, Midgley

Brocks Road, Sowerby

Brockstones, Greetland

Brockwell Gardens, Sowerby Bridge

Brockwell Gate, Sowerby Bridge

Brockwell Lane, Sowerby Bridge

See Brockwell Lane Chimney, Sowerby Bridge

Brodley Close, Hipperholme

Bromley's Buildings, Halifax
Gibbet Street

Bromley's Court, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Gibbet Street

Bromley's Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1911

Brook Cottages, Sowerby Bridge

Brook Drive, Stainland

Brook Grains Hill, Rastrick

Brook Grains Lane, Rishworth

Brook House, Causeway Foot

The Brook, Mytholmroyd

Brook Row, Greetland

Brook Street, Brighouse
The street no longer exists

Brook Street, Elland

Brook Street, Halifax
Commercial Road

Brook Street, Hebden Bridge

Brook Street, Mytholmroyd
The street runs alongside Elphin Brook.

Now called New Road

Brook Street, Rastrick
In 1896, houses here and in Francis Street, Rastrick were sold to the Loyal Village Pride Lodge of Oddfellows for £675

Brook Street, Todmorden

Brook Terrace, Luddendenfoot

Brookdale, Todmorden

Brooke Green, Hipperholme

A late 17th century house here is now 4 separate cottages – listed

Brookelea, Hipperholme
Terraced houses built around 1912 using stone from Brooke's Quarries

Brookeville Avenue, Hipperholme
A small housing estate built by Joseph Brooke Limited [1911]. Some of the houses use Brooke's artificial stone

Brookeville, Hipperholme
The terrace was designed by Richard Fielding Farrar and built for Brooke's [1911].

The workers' housing was built using Brooke's own stone and bricks.

The Hipperholme Police Sergeant's home was here

Brookfield Terrace, Todmorden

Brookfoot Lane, Southowram
Brookfoot Hill runs from Southowram down to join Elland Road, Brighouse

Brookhouse, Mixenden

Brooklands Avenue, Stainland
Built on the site of Brooklands and using the stone from the house

Brooklands Close, Stainland

Brooklands, Hipperholme

Brooklyn Terrace, Brighouse

Brooklyn Terrace, Elland

Brooklyn Yard, Halifax
New Road.

Recorded in 1915

Brookroyd Avenue, Brighouse

Brookroyd Terrace, Holywell Green
Workers' housing built by the Shaw family for the workers at their nearby Brookroyd Mill

Brooksbank Gardens, Elland

Brooksbank Street, Elland

Brookside, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off North Bridge

Brookside, Hebden Bridge

Broomfield Avenue, Halifax

See Crossley & Porter School Memorials

Broomfield, Elland

Broomfield Road, Stainland

Broomhill Bottom, Stainland

Brougham Road, Akroydon

Brougham Street, Akroydon

Brougham Terrace, Akroydon

Broughton Street, Hebden Bridge

Brouqhton Street, Hebden Bridge

Brow Bottom Lane, Ovenden

Brow Cottages, Brighouse

Brow Foot Gate Lane, Willowfield

Brow Lane, Holmfield

Brow Lane, Shelf
Two late 18th century cottages here are listed.

A datestone is inscribed JLS 1799 for Sarah and Joseph Lister who owned much property in the district and had a shop nearby.

Cawood House, Shelf stands next door

Brow Wood Rise, Shelf

Brow Wood Road, Shelf

Browbridge, Elland

Browfoot Drive, Halifax

Browhill, Soyland

Brown Birks Street, Todmorden

Brown Cow Buildings, Halifax
565 Gibbet Street. Recorded in 1905 next to the Brown Cow, Highroad Well

Brown Houses, Mount Tabor

Brown Street, Claremount
Ran north-east between St Thomas Street, Claremount and Parsonage Street, Claremount. The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

Brownberry Grove, Shelf

Browning Avenue, Siddal

Browning Terrace, Siddal

Bruce Street, Halifax

Brunel Court, Boothtown

Brunswick Court, Halifax
Off Lister Lane. Behind and east of Brunswick Street

Brunswick Gardens, Halifax

Brunswick Square, Halifax
Haley Hill.

Recorded in 1881 and 1916

Brunswick Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Hopwood Lane

Brunswick Street, Hebden Bridge

Brunswick Street, Todmorden

Brunswick Terrace, Halifax
Area of Brunswick Street

Brunswick Terrace, Hebden Bridge
Built by William Barker

Brussels Court, Halifax
Off Union Street South

Bryan's Court, Halifax
Westgate. Recorded in 1856, when Mr Bryan was living at Number 4

Bryan Road, Elland

Bryan Street, Rastrick

Bryar's Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Westgate

Bryn Terrace, Brighouse
A terrace of houses near the Laverock Lane end of Smith House Lane.

See Bute Terrace

Bubwith Grove, Halifax
West End

Buckland Place, Halifax

Buckley Close, Warley

Buckley Lane, Highroad Well

Buckley View, Todmorden

Buckley Wood Bottom, Todmorden

There are a great many properties with names like Bairstow's Buildings, Clough's Court, Hanson's Passage, Richardson's Row Walker's Square and Nichol's Yard.

Many of these were slums and poorer housing from the 19th century, possibly built by a mill-owner for his workers. Later offices and administrative buildings were given similar names, such as Princess Buildings.

The Foldout collects some of these names.

Bull Close Lane, Halifax
Road which runs south-west from Bull Green.

The home of William Deighton and site of his murder was here. It is said that his house was at Savile Row which is now on the Boulevard.

The road was widened in 1866. On 1st February 1866, Halifax Corporation had to pay £1300 to John Crossley for the land required to make Bull Close Lane 40 feet wide, opposite Savile Mills.

In 1897, the Lane was redeveloped and the Plummet Line was rebuilt.

See Barum House, Bull Close House, Haugh Shaw Lane and Kent House

Bull Fold, Brighouse
Small road which led from Briggate to Owler Ings Road alongside the Black Bull.

Charles Alfred Quarmby had workshops and stores here [around 1900].

The way was lost when the area was redeveloped

Bull Green, Halifax

Bull Lane, Elland
Popular local name for Pinfold Lane, Upper Edge. The names originates with the Black Bull, Elland which stood at the end of the land

The Bungalows, Lee Mount

The Bungalows, Ovenden

The Bungalows, Pellon

The Bungalows, Siddal

The Bungalows, Sowerby Bridge

Bunney Green, Northowram
Recorded in 1936

Bunny's Buildings, Halifax
New Bank.

Recorded in 1911

Bunny Green, Northowram

Burcote Drive, Holywell Green

Burdock Way, Halifax

Burlees Cottages, Hebden Bridge

Burlees Lane, Hebden Bridge

Burleigh Street, Halifax

Burley Carr, Hebden Bridge

Burley Street, Elland

Burlington Street, Halifax

Burlington Terrace, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Queens Road

Burmah Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1901 and 1936 at Hanson Lane / Battinson Road

Burned Grove, Shelf

Burned Road, Shelf

Burnett's Square, Halifax

Burnley Hill, Shelf

Burnley Hill Terrace, Shelf

Burnley Road, Halifax
Runs from King Cross and passes through Friendly, Luddendenfoot, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge, Todmorden, and on to Burnley, Lancashire.

See Listed Buildings on Burnley Road and Pubs on Burnley Road

Burnley Road, Hebden Bridge
The section of the Burnley Road which passes through Hebden Bridge

Burnley Road, Luddendenfoot
The section of the Burnley Road which passes through Luddendenfoot.

Some buildings here are listed

See Tenterfields, Luddendenfoot

Burnley Road, Mytholmroyd
The section of the Burnley Road which passes through Mytholmroyd

Burnley Road, Sowerby Bridge
The section of the Burnley Road which passes through the top of Tuel Lane and Friendly.

Some buildings here are listed

  • Late 17th century house – number 22
  • Mid 18th century barn

See Stansfield Hall, Luddendenfoot

Burnley Road, Todmorden
The section of the Burnley Road which passes through Todmorden.

Some of the buildings here are listed

Burnley Terrace, Halifax
Recorded in 1905

Burns Street, Ovenden

Burnsall Road, Rastrick

Burnside Avenue, Shelf

Burnt Acres Lane, Todmorden

Burnt Acres, Todmorden

Burnt House Close, Todmorden

Burrwood Terrace, Stainland

Burrwood Way, Holywell Green

Burton Street, Illingworth

Bury Lane, Halifax

See John Tenant

Butcher's Fold, Midgley
Named for Joshua Shackleton who had a butchering business here [1850s]

Butcher Hill, Walsden

In the 1890s, Thomas Richards Sparks kept a lodging house at Nos 48-54 Knowlwood Road

Butcher's Row, Hebden Bridge
Recorded in 1841

Bute Avenue, Brighouse

An unadopted road

Bute Terrace, Brighouse
A terrace of houses at the Laverock Lane end of Smith House Lane.

Owners and tenants have included

See Bryn Terrace

Butterclose, Bradshaw

Butterhouse, Skircoat
Recorded in 1851. It was in the ecclesiastical district of King Cross Church

Butterworth End Lane, Sowerby Bridge

Butterworth Lane, Triangle

See Breck, Triangle and Triangle well

Butterworth Street, Todmorden

Buttress, Hebden Bridge

Buttress Lane, Luddendenfoot

See Hartley Royd Farm, Warley

Buttress, Luddendenfoot

Butts Green Lane, Luddendenfoot

See West Royd Farm, Luddendenfoot

Butts Green, Luddendenfoot
The name uses the element butts, suggesting that archery was once practised here

Butts Lane, Todmorden
The name uses the element butts, suggesting that archery was once practised here

Butts, Mytholmroyd
The name uses the element butts, suggesting that archery was once practised here

Buxton Lane, Holywell Green

Buxton Street, Lee Mount

Buxton Way, Ovenden

Byland, Illingworth

Byrom Street, Todmorden

Byron Avenue, Sowerby Bridge

Byron Street, Halifax

Byron Street, Sowerby Bridge

Byron Terrace, Sowerby Bridge


© Malcolm Bull 2017 / [email protected]
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