The following are locations of known surviving Victorian post boxes in the Huddersfield area. If you know of any more, please leave a comment!
The first local "street letter boxes" were installed in Huddersfield towards the end of 1855, as recorded by the Leeds Mercury (24/Nov/1855):
The Postmaster of Huddersfield has ordered four pillar letter-boxes to be placed in the streets for the accommodation of the inhabitants. The first is situated in Bradford Road, where Fitzwilliam Street crossed it ; the second in Halifax Road, at the top of Fitzwilliam Street ; the third on Chapel Hill ; the fourth on Seed Hill. The letters in them will be taken to the Post Office at 6:45 am, at 7 p.m., and 10:45 p.m., except on Sundays, when they will not be visited.
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