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Looking down Hebden Water towards its confluence with the Calder. The buildings immediate right have been replaced by purpose built shops and offices and above them the former Council Offices. The chimney of Bridge Mill on the left.
The lean to structures on the right have all gone. The Council Offices are on the left and the big chimney is for Bridge Mill.
Presented to Fireman Frank Thomas by his fellow members of the Hebden Bridge Fire Brigade as a token of esteem upon his retirement after 16 years service. Donated by Hebden Royd Town Council, image restored by Alan Bramwell.
ST. GEORGE'S BRIDGE, Hebden Bridge. was built in 1899, the cost being met by public subscription plus a grant from the West Riding County Council. The bridge had a very steep gradient, and before it was altered a chain horse was needed by loaded…
The Civic Trust's annual river clean-up in the town centre seen here from Old Bridge looking towards St George's Bridge.
Looking from St Georges Street with Valley Road going off bottom right and the corner of the Council Offices on the left.
Centre left the Shoulder of Mutton with to its right Bridge Mill and chimney and to the right of that the Council Offices now re-named the Town Hall.
Taken from the church yard of the former St John's church above the Keighley Road, with the Council Offices in the centre and on the left the Shoulder of Mutton on Bridge Gate.
Postcard with July 1978 postmark. Bridge Mill is on the right; over the bridge can be seen the Council Offices, with Cross Lanes Chapel behind it on the hill.
On the right the Council Offices. The timber building on the left and the tall building the other side of the bridge have been demolished and the area opened up.
1957 and Garnet was Chairman of Hebden Royd Urban District Concil, and the photo is taken in the Council Chamber, Hebden Bridge.
Hebden Bridge's three bridges town centre bridges over Hebden Water. St Georges Bridge (1892), Old Bridge (1510), West End Bridge (1771). To the left the chimney of Bridge Mill. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
On the left the Council Offices under construction in about 1897 and on the right the rear of the Shoulder of Mutton and Bridge Mill. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
Taken outside the former Council Offices in Hebden Bridge. The large doorway was the Fire Station. The top of the banner reads ' Cross Lanes' which was the United Methodist Chapel at the top of Buttress and in the middle is 'Band of Hope'.
Looking down Hebden Water to the three bridges in the centre of the town. The chimney of Bridge Mill is on the left and the Council Offices, incorporating the Fire Station, is on the right
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