Only lucky people who had the privilege of growing up in the town can truly appreciate our culture, heritage and way of life - and the things that give us a special feeling of home, no matter where we are.
1. The Acapulco
A night out at the the iconic Acapulco Nightclub is a right of passage for anyone growing up in Halifax. The venue on Waterhouse Street opened up its doors back in 1962.
2. Queuing on the bypass
Heading from Huddersfield back into Halifax at rush hour? Then no doubt youve spent time queuing along the Elland bypass. But plans to change the layout of the A629 are set to reduce the queues.
3. Streets in the sky
Hidden above the Halifax borough market, the two secret streets in the sky should be no secret to those who live in Halifax. They run alongside the roof of the market and look out onto the streets of Halifax.
4. A narrow passage
What would you call this? An alleyway? A ginnel? An alley? A snicket? A jennel? A path? Who knew that a narrow passageway in Calderdale could have so many names.