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The completed store on the junction of Burnley Road and Midgley Road.

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The store had been subjected to flooding on several occasions so this new design has car parking at the ground floor level with the store above. Here 16th april 2018 construction is almost complete.

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The store had been subjected to flooding on several occasions so this new design has car parking at the ground floor level with the store above. Here 16th april 2018 construction is almost complete.

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The store is built on the site of the former Clough Mill which was demolished in the 1960s to allow for the widening of the entrance to Midgley Road.

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The store is built on the site of the former Clough Mill which was demolished in the 1960s to allow for the widening of the entrance to Midgley Road.

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This was a weaving shed, adjacent to Burnley Road. Now the site of Russell Dean furniture retailers

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Burnley Road opposite Centre Vale Park, the park entrance can be seen on far left.

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"I played on these steps". J F Nuttall pointing to steps at rear of old school room in 1953.

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Flood water pouring onto Burnley Road, Todmorden (Gandy Bridge)

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G.V. II Row of cottages. Late C18. Hammer dressed stone, stone slate roof. 5 single cells. 2 storeys. Each has doorway with sill ties and flat faced mullioned window of 5 lights to ground floor and of 6 lights to 1st floor all have lost some…

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G.V. II

Row of single-cell cottages. Early C19. Hammer dressed stone, stone slate roof. Quoins. 2 storeys. Each has doorway with sill ties to jambs and flat faced mullioned window of 5 lights to ground floor and 6 lights to 1st floor. The ground…

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G.V. II

Row of single-cell cottages. Early C19. Hammer dressed stone, stone slate roof. Quoins. 2 storeys. Each has doorway with sill ties to jambs and flat faced mullioned window of 5 lights to ground floor and 6 lights to 1st floor. The ground…

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G.V. II

Row of single-cell cottages. Early C19. Hammer dressed stone, stone slate roof. Quoins. 2 storeys. Each has doorway with sill ties to jambs and flat faced mullioned window of 5 lights to ground floor and 6 lights to 1st floor. The ground…

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Looking towards Whirlaw with Flower Scar beyond. August 3rd, 2002

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The building on the extreme left, formerly the Freemason's Arms, was known as the 'red house', and is now apartments. The next 2 buildings have since been demolished, the next is now a cafe known as No 72 Burnley Road. 1916

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Behind the tree is the White Lion pub, Burnley Road. The flower bed was one of the projects of Calder Civic Trust in the 1970s.

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A good view of Cornholme with Bobbin Mill Close in the bottom centre, and Stoodley Pike on the far horizon. The railwayis the Burbley Branch from Todmorden or the Copy Pit Line as it is usually known.

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The pub on the right is the Freemasons Arms also known locally as The Red House .

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Stone terrace with double stepped gable end

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Part of Vale Baptist Churchyard can see seen on the left.

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Is this Burnley Road, Mytholmroyd?
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