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Looking up Hangingroyd Road from Salem Chapel, possibly late 1950s or early 1960s. The building extreme right is where the Co-op is today.

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1962. Salem Methodist Chapel on Market Street opposite Hangingroyd Road. Built in 1885 it was demolished in 1973 and replaced by the present Methodist Church.

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Shows how the bridge had been widened and rebuilt. The building on the right is the former Neptune Inn.

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Many of the "over and under" houses or "double decker" or “top and bottom” houses in Hebden Bridge are legally referred to as "flying freeholds". Wikipedia describes them as:
Flying freehold is an English legal term to describe a freehold which…
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