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Christ Church floodlit in 1932. AN 32938183
View over Todmorden to Stansfield Hall and Cross Stone Church on the hill top.
Showing what an immense mill Waterside was. The building on the right hand end was the technical college. The spire is the Unitarian Church and the tower of Cross Stone church can be seen on the horizon. AN 70082659
Christ Church, Todmorden.

Around the year 1829 the vicar of St. Mary's in Todmorden, the Reverend Joseph Cowell, proposed that the church should be either rebuilt or enlarged at its present site. Another proposal was that it should be removed to…
This picture was taken by Thomas Greenlees from outside his shop in Church Street, Todmorden, in December 1923. Being a saddler by trade, he was probably more interested in the well-turned horses than the hearse, indeed, he probably supplied the…
Looking towards the Town Hall with the library on the left. AN 7008263X
The former Todmorden Parish Church before the East End was added.

Christ Church is a Commissioners church that opened in 1832. The intention had been to replace the existing St Mary's Church, but due to public pressure that did not happen and Christ…
Taken from behind Christ Church. AN 32938327
On the hillside above Burnley Road the chapel was founded in 1777 and enlarged and extended over the years. The church closed in the 1960s and a part is now a private house but the rest is derelict and the chapel roofless.
St Mary's is the historic Parish Church of Todmorden although although from 1832 until it closed 1992 that honour was held by Christ Church.
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