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August 2000. Cross Stone Church can be seen on the top right of the picture.
August 2000. Cross Stone Church can be seen on the top right of the picture.
View across Christ Church and the town to Cross Stone Church on the far hillside. Just discernible below the hillside on the left are the platforms of Stansfield Hall Station on the Todmorden - Burnley line. The station closed in 1944. Stansfield…
The first church at Cross Stone, in the Parochial Chapelry of Heptonstall, was built in 1527 and pulled down in 1717 and then replaced. Dedicated to St Paul, the present church dates from the mid-1830s being one of the so called 'Million Pound'…
Looking down the Calder Valley with the Rochdale Canal in the foreground. On the far hillside stands Cross Stone Church.
A view from Cross Stone looking down to Halifax Road with the terraces of Key Sike Lane to the right of the shot. The plot for a new property in the foreground.
The (very narrow!) road from Todmorden to Blackshaw Head.
The hamlet below the church is known locally as Little Cornwall. Top right of the picture is the graveyard for the Methodist Church.
LYRS 2790 - General view across Centre Vale to Stansfield Hall Station in far the distance. In the top right Cross Stone Church and below Christ Church, now converted into apartments, and to its left the national School..
The pediment of Todmorden town Hall can just be seen on the left, centre is the partially demolished former Co-op building, the tower of Cross Stone Church can be seen on the sky lineAugust 2000
Mons Mill, Todmorden was a cotton spinning mill in Todmorden, Calderdale, West Yorkshire for the Hare Spinning Company Limited. It was built in 1907, but ran into financial difficulties. It passed over to the Mons Mill (1919) Co Ltd and then was…
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