Grade II listed buildings in Calderdale

Here are just some of Calderdale's amazing Grade II Listed Buildings

Calderdale is full of history and its many beautiful buildings show that the most.

The borough has an impressive set of buildings that have been awarded Grade II listed status and we have listed just a few of those buildings, churches and landmarks in the borough. To see some of Calderdale's Grade I listed buildings, click here.

Located in the heart of the town centre, Halifax Town Hall was given listed status in 1963. The iconic building was designed by Charles Barry, who also designed the Houses of Parliament.

5. Halifax Town Hall

Located in the heart of the town centre, Halifax Town Hall was given listed status in 1963. The iconic building was designed by Charles Barry, who also designed the Houses of Parliament.
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Built in 1260 the Church of St Thomas a' Becket was given its Grade II status in 1966. Located in Heptonstall there are uniquely two churches within one graveyard, both of which have separate listed building status.

6. Church of St Thomas a' Becket

Built in 1260 the Church of St Thomas a' Becket was given its Grade II status in 1966. Located in Heptonstall there are uniquely two churches within one graveyard, both of which have separate listed building status.
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The 253 ft Wainhouse Tower was originally commissioned as a chimney in the 19th century and given listed status in 1954. It has 403 steps which brave residents can climb up to see the wonderful views on Bank Holidays.

7. Wainhouse Tower

The 253 ft Wainhouse Tower was originally commissioned as a chimney in the 19th century and given listed status in 1954. It has 403 steps which brave residents can climb up to see the wonderful views on Bank Holidays.
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This iconic Calderdale landmark dates back to around 1420 and gained its Grade II listed status in 1954. It is now a museum and will soon feature on our screens in the new BBC One series Gentleman Jack.

8. Shibden Hall

This iconic Calderdale landmark dates back to around 1420 and gained its Grade II listed status in 1954. It is now a museum and will soon feature on our screens in the new BBC One series Gentleman Jack.
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