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  • Tags: Hangingroyd Road
Widening the road over Neptune Bridge over the then disused Rochdale Canal. To the right Melbourne Mill now the site of the Co-op.
Looking up Hangingroyd Road from Salem Chapel, possibly late 1950s or early 1960s. The building extreme right is where the Co-op is today.
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.
Shows how the bridge had been widened and rebuilt. The building on the right is the former Neptune Inn.
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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