How many of these pubs do you remember?

17 Calderdale pubs which we have loved and lost over the years

From family friendly favourites and good old pub grub, to local watering holes with a wide selection of ales, everyone has their own memories of local pubs. But as times have changed, pubs have too, and many of our favourite watering holes have seen changes, from rebranding and refurbishment to demolition or even conversion into flats.

Take a look at our list below for just a few of the pubs in Calderdale that have been lost in the last few years. To see other nostalgic picture galleries, click here for iconic nightclubs in Halifax over the years, here for a night out in Halifax back in 2010 and click here to see some of the most expensive streets in Calderdale.

This 19th century pub on Burnley Road was first a hotel called The General Rawdon before it became the Coach and Horses. For a short time after that it was the Triger Guns restaurant.

5. Coach and Horses, Luddenden Foot

This 19th century pub on Burnley Road was first a hotel called The General Rawdon before it became the Coach and Horses. For a short time after that it was the Triger Guns restaurant.
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A familiar sight along Warley Road for many years, the Allan Fold, was built as a flagship pub for the towns former Websters Brewery. The venue is now Italian restaurant Pollino.

6. The Allan Fold, King Cross

A familiar sight along Warley Road for many years, the Allan Fold, was built as a flagship pub for the towns former Websters Brewery. The venue is now Italian restaurant Pollino.
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Once a historic pub, The Rose and Crown is now a house. The Court Sublime Lodge of the Royal Foresters once met at the pub until 1893. In the late 2000s it was a biker cafe called Big Ds biker bar.

7. The Rose and Crown, Todmorden

Once a historic pub, The Rose and Crown is now a house. The Court Sublime Lodge of the Royal Foresters once met at the pub until 1893. In the late 2000s it was a biker cafe called Big Ds biker bar.
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This iconic pub was a familiar sight to those driving into town. Sadly the 220-year-old venue off Church Street was demolished in 2016 with plans for it to be turned into a car park for a new shopping centre.

8. The Pump Room, Halifax

This iconic pub was a familiar sight to those driving into town. Sadly the 220-year-old venue off Church Street was demolished in 2016 with plans for it to be turned into a car park for a new shopping centre.
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