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The buildings on the right were demolished in 2017/8 as part of the Flood Prevention Scheme in Mytholmroyd, following the floods of Boxing Day 2015. The tram service along the Calder Valley was ended in 1936 so this picture pre-dates that.
This is Burnley Road looking towards Halifax at the junction with New Road and County Bridge on the right. An early open top Halifax Corporation tram with external steps up is approaching. On the left is the Dusty Miller.
Probably taken from the top of the tower of St Michaels, before Caldene bridge and estate were built.
The station is on a narrow embankment with the 'up', Manchester, platform buildings supported by stilts. The covered structure to the left of the building crossed under the viaduct to the main station building at first floor level. At the time this…
Taken from above Broadbottom, c1910. On the left of the picture are White Houses. On the right is the site of Caldene, Nest and Stocks estates. Below the wood on the left of the picture is Scout road School, to the right of which is Woodleigh, then…
Situated between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. Demolished around due to dry rot.

In 1873 Daniel Jones Crossley moved into his newly built Falling Royd House along with his wife and 2 sons. The wages book for the servants lists a cook, and three…
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