Bretons House. This grand house is now the visitor centre of the Bretons outdoor activity centre
Cheam Period Cottages. Similar in style to the Whitehouse (Which space they sit next to) these period cottages are a reminder of the past Cheam Village once had.
|Title||Council Offices, Elland. In Southgate, SE108209. An expression of civic pride when the Urban District Council was created c.1895.|
|Photo's author||Humphrey Bolton User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||17 Aug 2005 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 489|
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|Camera model||OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.,LTD / C300Z,D550Z|
|Exposure time||1/400 s|
|Focal length||6.0 mm|
Victoria Baths, Elland Currently known as Elland Pool, on Town Hall Street, HX5 0EB.
Victoria Swimming Baths, Huddersfield Road, Elland. These were built in 1901 near to the Town Hall (hence the pub next door called The Town Hall). On the wall is a drinking fountain with a memorial pl…
The Old Fire Station, Elland Mounted in the wall on Elizabeth Street; "Tate's Electric Fire Alarm, Break The Glass".
Victoria Swimming Baths, off Huddersfield Road, Elland An unusual design, with a narrow three-storey central block. The date 1901 is over the door. This main entrance is on Town Hall Street, which lin…
Providence Chapel, Elland Built in 1822 on Huddersfield Road.
The Old Fire Station, off Southgate, Elland Now put to good use as a café. The large building to the right looks to have been industrial, with perhaps a water tank in the tower.
Council Offices, Elland. In Southgate, SE108209. An expression of civic pride when the Urban District Council was created c.1895.
Doorway to South House, Soughgate, Elland. South House, behind the Council Offices, has a door lintel taken from the prison; it is inscribed: 'Whoso keeps the law is wise'.
Victoria Baths, Elland Swimming baths on Huddersfield Road, built in 1901. On this eastern elevation is a drinking fountain with a plaque to the memory of Joshua Hemingway who volunteered for and was …
The Old Fire Station, Elland On Elizabeth Street; part of which now converted to a cafe.
Derelict house, Timber Street, Elland. This building is in Post Office Yard off Timber Street. It has a door with moulded jambs and a Tudor arched head. Carved on the very deep lintel is a tressure co…
Stocks, Southgate, Elland. In the garden at the side of the Council Offices are stocks of the 17C or early 18C, which were moved from Huddersfield Road when the town gaol was demolished.