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The church of St Thomas the Apostle, Claremount, is prominent on the horizon

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Postcard with April 1935 postmark looking over to Midgley Moor.

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Between the wars postcard. Diagonally to the left of St Michael's Church is the rear of the railway station with the overhanging timber buildings on the 'up' platform supported on stilts.

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You can clearly see that Nutclough Mill, in the centre of the picture, was built in stages. The dark part is the earliest, it was extended to one side and then the other and then upwards. To the left of the mill you can see the town's gas holder.…

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St Michael's Church is in the centre of the picture. -PH17/2
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