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In the centre is the Co-op Car Park. Beehive Mill is bottom left and the former Neptune pub, now two dwellings, bottom right.
Clearing out the Rochdale Canal prior to its re-opening.
Rebuilding the bridge as part of the work for re-opening the Rochdale Canal.
Rebuilding the bridge as part of the work for re-opening the Rochdale Canal.
The road to Fairfield. The former Neptune Inn can be seen, also the demolition of Melbourne Mill is in progress.
Part of the work required for the re-opening of the Rochdale Canal.
Derek Pollard identified the parade as being on Market Street, Hebden Bridge. The building on the right is Salem Methodist Chapel and the bridge is over the River Calder at Hebble End. The mill on the left was called Brunswick Mill.
West side of Hebble End Bridge over the Rochdale Canal before the bridge was widened in 1963.
The Alternative Technology Centre has now moved.
This photograph was taken in the closing years of the 19th century or the beginning of the 20th. The Rochdale Canal running from the bottom to the top right makes a useful guide to the town as it was then. The road over the narrow bridge at theā€¦
Shows how the bridge had been widened and rebuilt. The building on the right is the former Neptune Inn.
The bridge over the river at Hebble End. These buildings have since been demolished.
Melbourne Mill is on the right. The buildings in the foreground have since been demolished
The Neptune Inn is on the right, centre is Melbourne Mill, and to the left is the rear of Salem Church. Brunswick Mill is to the top of the picture.
Taken from Horsehold Road. The back of Salem Church is on the left and Melbourne Mill is on the right.
Beyond the bridge the road to Fairfield goes to the left whilst straight up leads to Horsehold.
Taken probably in the 1960s before the canal was culverted at Hebble End Bridge.
Photo taken before the restoration of the 1980s
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