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The men from Walker Lane Methodist Sunday School who gave their lives in WWI are remembered at Wainsgate.

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The Walker Lane Methodist Chapel War Memorial was moved to Wainsgate Chapel in August 2014. The poster with the photographs of the soldiers was placed beside the memorial in July 2019.

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Alan Bramwell, a Pennine Horizons Digital Archive volunteer, photographed the poster and then spent many hours digitally restoring the image thus created. The finished image was framed and mounted at Wainsgate Chapel.

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The chapel was bought by Eddie Beasley for development into 2 houses. During his restoration work Eddie came across this memorial to the fallen soldiers from the chapel.

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Thorpe Mill is a Grade II listed building, built in 1824 on the site of an earlier mill. The mill was sold and converted into 16 apartments in around 1998, and retains as many of the original features as possible, for instance the winding gear. The…

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Thorpe Mill is a Grade II listed building, built in 1824 on the site of an earlier mill. The mill was sold and converted into 16 apartments in around 1998, and retains as many of the original features as possible, for instance the winding gear. The…

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Panoramic view of the Birchcliffe centre main hall, taken using a Pinhole 6x17 film camera with HP5+ film stock

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Stubbings Steps from School Street down to Commercial Street. The building at the bottom was originally the toll bar house on the Leeds and Hebden Bridge Turnpike Road. This picture, taken in c2015, is a reconstruction of the picture, taken in the…

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The present Castle Gate Mill, a grade II listed building, is early 19th century and has been renovated for domestic use.

Rev John Watson (1725-1783) refers to a Castle Gate Mill in his history of the district, and that was probably the original…

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Site of demolished Empress Foundry with Westfield Shed in background. Early 21st century.

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Left to right: Margaret Collinge, Dianne Harwood, Tony Wilson, Julie Wild, newly elected President, formerly Treasurer.

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Taken shortly before the church closed in December 2014.

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The organ and choir seats, taken shortly before the church closed in December 2014.

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The church room taken shortly before the church closed in December 2014.

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view of the kitchen taken just before the church closed in December 2014.

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Meeting room shortly before the church closed in December 2014.

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Taken shortly before the church closed in December 2014

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Painting by Lesley Alston. The original was given to Rev James Allison as a leaving gift November 2012.
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