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The remarkably preserved station on the Leeds-Manchester Victoria main line; the original signage restored to its Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway colours. The two functioning and heated Waiting Rooms are host to a permanent photographic exhibition on…

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HCC00492. Same view as DTA00101.

Photo David N.Taylor Collection

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The station frontage before landscaping and pedestrianisation in 1994. The near end building is the long disused Parcels Office which was converted in to a Cafe in 1996.

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The gas lamps which were there on a 1973 photo have been replaced with fluorescent tubes and the platform has also been raised since then. The signage in BR's standard colours, another change since 1973, a reverse of the original and current white…

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Taken sometime between 1966 and 1973; a 1966 photo shows timber sleepers but here they are concrete and the station clock seen behind the second pillar had been removed by the time of a 1973 photo. The small steps on the platform were to assist…

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Post nationalisation in 1948 looking across to the 'up' Manchester platform. On the 'down' platform there are platform staff and porters' barrows. A goods or engineers train makes up steam by the station warehouse alongside a maintenance gang.

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The box in early 2013 prior to being Grade II Listed. It is due to be de-commissioned by 2017. David N Taylor Collection.

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The box in this position was built in 1891 when the old 1840 station was completely replaced with the structure we see today. The box was Grade II Listed in 2013 although the balcony walkway and bell have gone and the windows replaced with PVC…

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HCC00477. The box in this position was built in 1891 when the old 1840 station was completely replaced with the structure we see today. The box was Grade II Listed in 2013 although the balcony walkway and bell have gone and the windows replaced with…

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The Station Car Park at the top of Station Road in 2013. This had been the site of the large two bay Station Warehouse which was demolished in 1969 following serious fire damage. The formal landscaped car park was constructed in 1994.

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The warehouse vehicle loading dock at the top of Station Road in 1966 after the withdrawal of goods facilities that year. The building was let for general storage but demolished in 1969 following serious fire damage. The site is now the station car…

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The station warehouse, which was built in stages between 1877 and 1884, is seen here in 1967 following withdrawal of goods facilities the previous year. The goods yard is in process of being dismantled. The warehouse was let for general storage but…

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The first station here opened in October 1840 when the section of the Manchester & Leeds Railway between Hebden Bridge and Todmorden was inaugurated. The station was re-buikt in 1891/2 seen here looking up the line towards Todmorden in Lancashire &…

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Four films on this week, Charlie Chaplin in The Pilgrim, an all start cast in The Old Oaken Bucket, Alma Rubens in Find the Woman, and Douglas Maclean in Bell Boy 13.

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Four films on this week, Betty Balfour in The Sea Urchin, The Verdict, Rudolph Valentino in The Eagle, and a star cast in Brothers.

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Two films on this week, Daring Youth, and Thy Name is Woman.

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Two films on this week, Pearl White in Know Your Men, and George K. Arthur and The Wheels of Chance.

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Three films on this week, Pretty Ladies with Tom Moore, Go West with Buster Keaton, and Rose of the World.

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Two films on this week, Blood and Sand with Rudolph Valentino and Love! with Louise Glaum and James Kirkwood.

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Two films on this week, The Lost World and Easy Money.

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Two films on this week, Lon Chaney in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and The Passionate Adventure.

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Two films on this week, The Iron Horse and Man & Maid.

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Two films on this week, Betty Compson in Woman to Woman and The Acquittal with Norman Kerry and Claire Windsor.
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