Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. THe Tramshed and Zoo Bars were night clubs in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England brought to national attention by the media as a "haven" for underage drinkers, when it became one of the first establishments to be closed under the auspices of the Licensing Act 2003, which came into effect at midnight 23 November 2005 in England and Wales.THe Tramshed and Zoo Bars were side-by-side nightclubs in Halifax featuring rock, emo, indie, punk and ska music. THey were located on Lord Street close to the former site of Samuel Webster''s Fountain Head Brewery. THe property the clubs were located in has now been demolished and the land used for social housing.POlice officers raided the nightclub on 18 November 2005. DUring the raid, police reportedly identified 420 of the 500 people in the club to be underage drinkers.MOre than a dozen youths were arrested following scuffles with the police. A 28 day temporary closure order was applied for by the police on 27 November 2005.