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The station on the Leeds & Bradford Extension Railway between Shipley and Colne opened at the same time as the section of the line between Shipley and Keighley in March 1847. The station on its last day as seen here was near the Bingley Three Rise…

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BRIGHOUSE CALDER & HEBBLE NAVIGATION SE 1422 NE 6/40 Brighouse Lower Lock

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Lock, leading from the Brighouse Canal Basin into the River Calder. c.1768, probably by James Brindley who completed John Smeaton's work, following the Act of…

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BRIGHOUSE CALDER & HEBBLE NAVIGATION SE 1422 NE 6/40 Brighouse Lower Lock

G. V. II

Lock, leading from the Brighouse Canal Basin into the River Calder. c.1768, probably by James Brindley who completed John Smeaton's work, following the Act of…

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A view of restoration work on the canal.

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Library Lock on the Rochdale Canal, with the railway line at the back of the picture. The 'Great wall of Tod' just visible below the railway line which was built in 1881 to support the goods yard and Fielden's sidings when they were extended. Bottom…

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Black Pit Lock prior to restoration in the mid-1980s. On the right the Central Dye Works is now apartments with an extra storey added. This shows the aqueduct which carries the Rochdale Canal over the River Calder.

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HLS05110. Looking east along the Rochdale Canal from just past Mayroyd Mill. To the right of the house the gable end of the Crow Nest Gas Works manager's house with some railway wagons. To the left more wagons and a railway signal. Date unknown but…

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The derelict lock on the Rochdale Canal prior to its restoration. Authorised by an Act of Parliament in 1794 as a broad canal, the Rochdale was constructed by William Jessop and completed in 1804. This picture shows one of the 92 locks on its 32…
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