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Looking over to Heptonstall Road with Heptonstall Church on the skyline. Early 20th century prior to building of Riverside School in 1909.

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Viewed from Keighley Road over the north light roof of Hebden Works, now partly demolished. To the right above the north lights is part of Hangingroyd Mill with another part across the river to its left, now the site of Waterside Fold. To the right…

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Viewed from Horsehold Road. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Mytholm Hall is centre picture with St James Church behind and the long demolished Bankfoot Mill to its right. Heptonstall Church at the top of the picture. The hall was demolished in 1969 to make way for accommodation for the elderly. Part of the…

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As the tourist will plainly perceive a new church has been built, at a cost of £6666, and was consecrated October 26, 1854. But we cannot refrain from stating that the architect lamentably erred in planning the church in that particular style of…

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Mytholm Hall in the foreground, with St James church behind, and Eaves Mill behind that. Heptonstall church is on the sky-line

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The church, dedicated to St Thomas a Beckett, first dates from the mid-13th century but was re-constructed and enlarged on several occasions over subsequent centuries. By the mid-19th century it was structurally in poor condition and then was badly…

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The church, dedicated to St Thomas a Beckett, first dates from the mid-13th century but was re-constructed and enlarged on several occasions over subsequent centuries. By the mid-19th century it was structurally in poor condition and then was badly…

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The church, dedicated to St Thomas a Beckett, first dates from the mid-13th century but was re-constructed and enlarged on several occasions over subsequent centuries. By the mid-19th century it was structurally in poor condition and then was badly…

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The old medieval church was badly damaged by a gale in 1847 but rather than repairing it a decision was taken to build a new church in the same churchyard. Dedicated to St Thomas the Apostle this was completed in 1854 at a cost of

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The old medieval church was badly damaged by a gale in 1847 but rather than repairing it a decision was taken to build a new church adjacent to it. Dedicated to St Thomas the Apostle this opened in 1854. This photo was taken before the re-ordering of…

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The 'new' Church, replacing the old medieval one, opened in 1854 but was struck by lightning in 1875 causing a pinnacle to come crashing down onto the graves below. The pinnacle now sits by the church wall and the inscription reads:

"This pinnacle…

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HLS05081. Right of centre is Stubbing Holme Dyeworks between the Rochdale Canal and the River Calder. Above it Adelaide Street and above that Bankfoot Mill. In the centre Mytholm Hall, St James Parish Church and Eaves Mills. The Hall and all the…
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