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Hall and cross-wings, Chimney, Mullions, Hoodmould, Vernacular Architecture, Privies

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Vernacular Architecture, Chimney, House, Hall and cross-wings, Privies

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During the night of 15 August a train of 36 loaded vans and empty mineral wagons from Lostock Hall to Healey Mills headed by a Type 4 disel D398 collided with the 'Copy Pit' banker*, an 8F 2-8-0 steam loco, at about 60-70 mph. The driver of the…

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During the night of 15 August a train of 36 loaded vans and empty mineral wagons from Lostock Hall to Healey Mills headed by a Type 4 diesel D398 collided with the 'Copy Pit' banker*, an 8F 2-8-0 steam loco, at about 60-70 mph. The driver of the…

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One of several stations in the civil parish of Saddleworth which, although on the western slopes of the South Pennines, was in the West Riding of Yorkshire up until local government re-organisation in 1974 when it passed to Greater Manchester.…

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The magnificent Grade I listed station building; the imposing frontage was described by John Betjeman as 'the most splendid in England' and Nikolaus Pevsner considered it to be one of the best stations in the country. Its grandeur owes much to the…

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This shot taken from Old Royd. Castle Street and beyond.

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Grade II



Tall mill-type chimney used for burning carcasses for Catherine House Farmhouse (q.v.). Early C19-. Dressed stone. Circular chimney stands on square base and rises higher than ridge of nearby barn.



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Historic England…

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Grade II



Row of cottages and attached barn formerly used by fellmongers. Early C19. Cottages of 3 single-cells each with former 3-light flat faced mullioned windows with 2-light windows over to 1st floor, all mullions removed, and doorway with…

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Grade II



Row of cottages and attached barn formerly used by fellmongers. Early C19. Cottages of 3 single-cells each with former 3-light flat faced mullioned windows with 2-light windows over to 1st floor, all mullions removed, and doorway with…

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Hebden Bridge Little Theatre is on the right, centre picture is Riverside School

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Mayroyd area, Hebden Bridge. The chimney from Mayroyd Mill is just going to miss Victoria Mill. The telepone box is directly opposite the station entrance.

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The sorting sidings c.1950. Constructed in 1919 they were used to divide coal trains from the Yorkshire coalfields between those for the Manchester direction and those for the Burnley and north west. They operated 24 hours a day until closure in…

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Before conversion to residential use

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A deep ravine with many early industrial remains. The chimney is virtually all that remains of Lumb Mills. The house on the hillside is Lumb Bank, formerly the home of the poet Ted Hughes, now the home of the Arvon Foundation, a residential centre…

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Kenneth Bleasby Tennent at work on foster Mill chimney.
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