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Looking towards Hebden Bridge, the newly built houses of Longstaff Court are on the right.

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Looking towards Hebden Bridge, the houses on the right are Longstaff couort, built on the site of the former Bankfoot Garage. On the other side of the road are Mytholm Court and Colden Close.

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The roofs on the far left are on the new houses of Mytholm Close, and the terrace to the right is Adelaide Street. On the other side of the road is Mytholm Court and beside that is Colden Close, on the site of the former Bankfoot Mill.

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Colden Close is on the left and Adelaide Street on the right.

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Looking down on Brown works at Mytholm, with Heptonstall on the hill above.

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Looking down on Mytholm flats, Bankfoot Garage, Mytholm court and the parish church of St James.

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The chimney is at Bankfoot Mill although positioned about 100yds up the hill behind the Mill. The flue was built on the slope, from the boiler to the base of the chimney through the wood. It was a very unusual method of constructing a chimney, taking…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The end of Waterside Clothing Works is on the right, now demolished.

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The long terrace in the centre of the picture is Adelaide Street, before the 2 houses at the far end were taken down so that the main road could be widened. Mytholm Hall is in the centre, and Bankfoot and Eaves Upper and Lower Mills can be clearly…

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Early 1960s looking down onto Bridge Lanes centre right, to the left Adelaide Street and Bankfoot Garage with Bankfoot Mill.

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The completed garden at Bankfoot, Hebden Bridge. Probably 1968/9.

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Young volunteers creating a garden at Bankfoot, Hebden Bridge. Autumn 1968. Chris Greenwood standing left, 2nd girl from left Jane Longbottom now Brook, Susan Parker, Dianne Sayer now Harwood. Organised by Calder Civic Trust.

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Bankfoot House and Adelaide Street on the left with Bankfoot Mill on the right, the mill was demolished in the 1970s. Beyond the trees in the centre Brown's engineering works just visible. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
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