Discovering Old Huddersfield was written by Gordon and Enid Minter, and published in five parts by Barden Press from 1993 to 2002.
The Huddersfield Local History Society republished all five parts in 2010 in digital form and the entire book can be downloaded as a 621-page PDF from their web site.
The series takes the form of several driving tours, with occasional interspersed walks, covering the centre of Huddersfield and several of the surrounding districts (sadly omitting Netherton).
|Part 1, Tour 1: Old London Road||North from the town centre to Fixby, and south east to Almondbury and Kirburton.||1-76|
|Part 1, Tour 2: Mansions and Mills||On the east side of town, from Kirkheaton round to Castle Hill.||77-132|
|Part 2, Tour 1: Palaces and Pleasure Grounds||The Colne Valley upstream to Milnsbridge, especially the Northern slopes.||133-188|
|Part 2, Tour 2: The First Turnpike Road||The southern side of the Colne Valley, up to Marsden||89-262|
|Part 3: Industries and Institutions||Downstream to Cooper Bridge, on both sides of the Colne.||263-387|
|Part 4: Benefactors and Businessmen||North west from the town centre, as far as Lindley and Salendine Nook, and west to Lockwood and Beaumont Park.||388-504|
|Part 5, section 1: In Town||The southern part of the town centre, from the market place to the Town Hall.||505-563|
|Part 5, section 2: Out of Town||A final miscellany of sites of particular interest, in several directions.||564-621|