Huddersfield in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... Tunnel on the way (this tunnel is the longest canal tunnel in the UK) The canal has recently undergone a huge rejuvenation project and was re-opened for navigation in 2001. This was around the time a lot of the mills and the university mills were converted and the canal paths were really cleaned up. It's a pleasure to walk along the canal in the summer and we often walk from where we live (Milnsbridge) along to the start of the tunnel at Marsden. ** Architecture................... The buildings in the town centre are some of the most beautiful I have ever seen, the Town Hall is just one example of the fantastic Victorian architecture alo... more
Customer Huddersfield in General Reviews (4)
by - written on 14/01/09 (Very useful, 464 readings)
I was born in Huddersfield, when I was four my family (me, mum, dad and big brother) moved to Bridlington for a taste of seaside life. We got more than a little homesick and returned to Huddersfield when I was in the last year of junior school; minus my big brother, who had fallen in love with a Brid girl and moved in with her. All my family live in Huddersfield and I don't have any plans to move away, in my opinion Huddersfield has everything you could ever want. ** A bit of background................... Huddersfield was one of the largest and most important textile towns in its time (second only to Bradford in the UK) any visitors will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/01, updated on 18/03/01 (Very useful, 2114 readings)
Huddersfield is in my opinion an exceptional place to live (possibly biased seeing I've lived here my entire life). There are so many reasons why it is a great place to live, though not the most interesting of places to visit. Firstly there are the cities around it, namely Leeds (fastly becomming the clubbing centre of the north) Sheffield and Manchester all within a short train journey. Secondly 'A small town' is not a title it should wear as it is the largest town in Europe (or possibly just the UK) this means it dosen't have the lack of character a city has but is big enough for things to be interesting. Also another if not THE ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/01, updated on 17/09/04 (Very useful, 313 readings)
Huddersfield - the name says it all really! visions of a dark satanic mill town in the middle of no where spring to mind! For years this was my impression of my adopted home town. My only experience of Huddersfield was on the train journey home to Hull from Manchester. One minute you are way up on the bleak moor land then suddenly you are in Huddersfield railway station. The view from the railway station comfirms your thoughts of the town, with the only view being of large Victorian buildings in various states of repair. The view does not get any better as the train heads out of town towards Leeds passing the Zeneca chemical works and other industrial sites. Then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/00, updated on 12/11/00 (Useful, 106 readings)
Huddersfield is the place to be with lots of pubs, clubs and bars. They are superb and I would recommend it to any one. Well, actually It's not that good. The shops are pretty average, although they have one of those new and groovy Virgin V shops. Burgerking has been recently refurbished and is a welcome home and meal for many a drunkerd on a late night, with new opening times and fabulous leather seats. The bars are quite good with a good atmosphere later on a Saturday night. The places to be are 'Visage,' 'bar non,' and a few others. Places that have never let me down in serving a poor pint are 'The head of steam' which is on huddersfield ... Read the complete review
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