Tindall's Huddersfield Directory (1866)

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Published by printer George Tindall in 1866, Tindall's Huddersfield Directory is believed to have been the first street directory of the town.

Unfortunately Tindall's plans to publish an expanded Directory the following year did not come to fruition and he was declared bankrupt in 1868.

A copy of the the publication can be purchased on the Huddersfield and District Family History Society web site.

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Preface

In issuing for the first time a Directory of Huddersfield and its immediate neighbourhood, the Publisher feels called upon to apologise for the delay in the appearance of the work and the many errors which are almost unavoidable in the first publication of a work of this character.

Several causes have combined to delay the appearance of the work; amongst others a considerable increase in size beyond the original design, the extreme difficulty of obtaining accurate information, and the removal of the Publisher's entire stock in trade, to await more eligible premises which have been in course of construction.

Under such circumstances as these many errors must necessarily creep into a work of this character where so much detail is required. The Publisher will at any time be obliged for any intimation of such errors that future editions may be as free as possible from them.

It will be the earnest endeavour of the Publisher to embody in the work from year to year, considerable improvements as they suggest themselves; so that the "Huddersfield Directory and Year Book," may not only be thoroughly useful to all concerned in the business of the town, but to all who are in any way connected with the interests of this important district.

It is intended that "The Directory" shall be published on or before the first of January in each year, and in the next Edition many important villages near Huddersfield, such as Lindley, Deighton, Kirkheaton, &c., will be included; and a classified Trade Directory added to the Street and Alphabetical Directories already given.

— 12, New Street, February 15th, 1866.

Huddersfield Street Directory

The following are the streets named in the book:

  • Albion Street
  • Aspley Place
  • Aspley Upper
  • Aspley Lower
  • Back Buxton Road
  • Back John William Street
  • Back Ramsden Street
  • Back Spring Street
  • Bath Buildings
  • Bay Hall
  • Bay Hall Terrace
  • Beast Market
  • Belgrave Terrace
  • Bradford Road
    • Hebble Place
    • Turner's Yard
  • Brook Street
  • Brunswick Street
  • Bull and Mouth Street
  • Buxton Road
  • Byram Street
  • Castlegate
  • Chancery Lane
  • Chapel Hill
    • Grey Horse Yard
    • Engine Bridge Yard
    • Varley's Yard
    • Leech's Yard
  • Chapel Street
  • Charles Street
  • Clare Hill
  • Cloth Hall
  • Cloth Hall Street
    • White Hart Yard
  • Colne Road
  • Commercial Street
    • Commercial Place
    • Commercial Square
    • Shore Bank
    • Grafton Place
  • Corn Market
  • Cross Grove Street
  • Cross Church Street
    • Ramsden's Arms Yard
    • Dobson's Yard
    • White Lion Yard
  • Dale Street
  • Denton Lane
  • Dock Street
  • Duke Street
  • Dundas Street
  • Dyke End Lane
    • Worth's Buildings
  • East Parade
  • Engine Bridge
  • Fitzwilliam Street
  • Fitzwilliam Terrace
  • Fountain Street
  • Fox Street
  • George Street
  • Granby Street
  • Greenhead Lane
  • Green Street
  • Grove Street
  • Half Moon Street
  • Hawk Street
  • High Street
  • John Street
  • John William Street
    • Lion Arcade
  • King Street
    • Queen's Head Yard
    • Horsfall's Yard
    • Edward's Yard
    • Laycock's Yard
  • Kirkgate
    • Old Post Office Yard
    • Dog Yard
    • Chadwick's Yard
  • Lancaster's Yard (Cloth Hall Street)
  • Lane
  • Leeds Road
  • Lime Kiln Lane (or Firth Street)
  • Lord Street
  • Lowerhead Row
    • Shears Yard
    • Skilbeck's Yard
  • Macaulay Road
  • Manchester Street
    • Fenton Row
    • Fenton Square
  • Manchester Street
    • Helm's Yard
  • Market Street
    • Brook's Yard
  • Market Place
    • Battye's Yard
    • Aspinall's Yard
  • Market Walk
  • New Street
    • Nelson's Buildings
    • Hawkby's Yard
    • Lockwood's Yard
    • Greenwood's Yard
    • Victoria Buildings
    • Albert Buildings
    • Berry's Yard
  • Newhouse
    • Newhouse Place
    • Belmont Terrace
    • Brunswick Place
    • Belgrave Villas
    • Highfield Terrace
  • New North Road
  • Newtown
  • Northgate
    • Wells Mills
    • Brink Bank
  • Northumberland Street
  • Out Cote Bank
  • Oxford Street
  • Pack Horse Yard
  • Princess Street
  • Prospect Row
  • Quay Street
  • Queen Street
    • Wellington Buildings
  • Railway Street
  • Ramsden Street
    • Woolpack Yard
  • Rosemary Lane
    • Riley's Yard
  • Sergeantson Street
    • Littlewood's Buidlings
  • Shore Head
  • Shorefoot
  • South Parade
  • Silk Street
  • Spring Street
    • Johnson's Buildings
  • Spring Grove
  • Stables Street
    • Arthington's Yard
    • Graham's Buildings
  • Station Street
  • St. George's Square
    • Britannia Buildings
  • St. Peter's Street
  • St. Paul's Street
  • Sutcliffe's Buildings (Cloth Hall Street)
  • Swallow Street
  • Thomas Street
    • Booth's Yard
    • Brook's Yard
    • Burn's Head Yard
  • Trinity Street
    • Trinity Place
    • Kirk's Yard
    • West Place
    • Westfield Lodge
    • Freeman's Square
  • Tunnel Street
  • Turn Bridge
  • Union Street
  • Upperhead Row
    • Croft Head
  • Upper Grove Street
  • Viaduct Street
  • Victoria Street
  • Victoria Lane
  • Watergate
  • Wentworth Street
  • Westfield Terrace
  • West Hill
  • Woodland Cottage
  • Woodland Mount
  • West Parade
    • Brunton's Yard
    • Towning Row
    • Atlantic Buildings
  • Westgate
    • Newhouse's Yard
    • Swan with Two Neck's Yard
    • Wellington Yard
  • White Hart Yard
  • White Swan Yard
  • York Street
  • York Place
  • Zetland Yard