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On the right hand edge of the photo is Todmorden Town Hall. The viaduct takes the former Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway through the centre of Todmorden as the railway line approaches Todmorden station.

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Hope Baptist Church was established in 1777. The present church was opened in 1858 and could seat 1000 people.

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Outside Eastwood Station Hotel

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Saved buses - housed at Salford

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This used to be in the ownership of Todmorden Antiquarian Society

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Note the left hand bus is being used as an office.

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Outside Cornholme post Office.

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Outside the Abraham Ormerod Centre, Burnley Road, Todmorden

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First day of bus service January 18th 1907

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Halifax Road, at Richmond Street, looking east towards Spring Gardens. Key Syke Lane goes off to the right.
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