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.

The Old Bridge over the Hebden Water was built in 1510 and given Grade II listed status in 1963. This packhorse bridge is now used as a footbridge and has seen repairs at various times in the 17th and 19th centuries.

1. Old Bridge over the Hebden Water

The Old Bridge over the Hebden Water was built in 1510 and given Grade II listed status in 1963. This packhorse bridge is now used as a footbridge and has seen repairs at various times in the 17th and 19th centuries.
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The 150 year old Dobroyd Castle in Todmorden was given Grade II listed status back in 1966. The building currently houses Robinwood Activity Centre but was originally built for local mill owner John Fielden in the 19th century.

2. Dobroyd Castle

The 150 year old Dobroyd Castle in Todmorden was given Grade II listed status back in 1966. The building currently houses Robinwood Activity Centre but was originally built for local mill owner John Fielden in the 19th century.
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This 18th century building in Halifax town centre was given its listed building status in 1954. Somerset House is Halifax's finest Georgian mansion and it now houses a number of local businesses.

3. Somerset House

This 18th century building in Halifax town centre was given its listed building status in 1954. Somerset House is Halifax's finest Georgian mansion and it now houses a number of local businesses.
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The Fleece Inn in Elland was built in the early 17th century and given its listed status in 1968. It is now a pub and has quite a ghostly history leading it to be named one of West Yorkshire's most haunted pubs.

4. The Fleece Inn

The Fleece Inn in Elland was built in the early 17th century and given its listed status in 1968. It is now a pub and has quite a ghostly history leading it to be named one of West Yorkshire's most haunted pubs.
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