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This is a view of the then newly constructed 'King Cross Bypass'. The road is named after Aachen, Halifax's German 'twin town'.

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The transport team. Left to right: Keith Lacey, Paul Flannigan, Paul Evans.

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Installation of new Belgian looms at Westfield Mill for Greenwood Stell & Sons Ltd.

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Donated by Charlie Greenwood

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Donated by Charlie Greenwood

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A regular truck stop for hungry lorry drivers, much the same as modern day service areas on our motorways. Standing outside the doorway of the Bird i'th Hand inn is a Leyland very similar to the one owned and used by the LMS Railway at Todmorden…

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Calder Civic Trust members carrying out improvement works. Standing, 3rd from left is Mr Wignall, 4th is Robert Helliwell, 5th Graham Newton, 6th Shirley Jagger, 7th Michael Newton. Seated on ground, left is Philip Longbottom, father of Gillian now…

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Work on the area adjacent to the market. Longfield Road visible at top right of the shot.

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New gas main being laid in Burnley Road at Lydgate.

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Old stone derelict commercial premises, yard and lorry

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Taken in the 1960s. The open shed building on the right has now been opened up into a small square with shops.

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L to R: Eileen Longbottom, Rita Baker, Sheila Sunderland
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