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Amongst the advertising hoardings are posters for both the Labour and Conservative parties which suggests that this is around the time of the general election held in May 1979.
Stone Dam Mill is now used (2015) as a furniture shop.
Landscaping by the Civic Trust with David Fletcher on the right. The buildings, including Bridge Gale Mill on the left, long demolished to make way for the St Pol Car Park and riverside walkway.
Location unknown, can anyone help please?
The pub on the right is the Freemasons Arms also known locally as The Red House .
Looking up the road to the junction with Moss Lane and and one of the buildings of Hangingroyd Mill in a derelict condition, today site of Waterside Fold. Centre right Market Place and probably not too long landscaped. The second car on the left has…
Looking along the road with Nutclough Mill water tower in the centre and on the right part of Hangingroyd Mill, the home of Hoyles, now long demolished. The car in the centre has a 1978/9 registration.
Undated postcard. At the summit of Blackstone Edge and anecdotally built to have a view of Yorkshire from one side and Lancashire from the other.
Looking generally east towards Heptonstall.
Probably the 1930s.
Old Gate is to the left. Nickies Cafe was a popular haunt for young people in the 1950s. It was pulled down in the 1960s as part of the West End Improvement Area.
Door in corner led to kitchen. Single storey buiding on right was the laundry.
‘Man at Large’ was a series of photographs taken as part of a Calder Civic Trust initiative to increase awareness of eyesores in the area, in stark contrast to the well dressed gentleman, John D. Uttley.
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