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The mill is in process of being demolished.

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Originally a corn mill and latter a fulling mill in 1599, it was rebuilt in 1787. It was used to produce Worsted cloth between 1829 and 1847, James Clay who owned this mill and many others in the Calderdale area emplyed 1100 operatives in total in…

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This photo shows the War Memorial in its original site adjacent to the A 646, it has subsequently been moved to Ellen Holme Park, Station Road, Luddenden Foot, and the site shown here is now shrouded in Rhododendrons.

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Postcard dated October 1918. Message reads: Dear Willie, Just a note to say how sorry I were not to send your paper last week the same as usual. I were expecting you coming and this week I left the paper at my work on Friday night, so I am sure you…

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Known locally as Blackwood Hall. The church was dedicated to St. Mary and it was demolished in 1980

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Aftermath of the fire at Boy Mill, Luddenden Foot in 1893. At the time the building was occupied by James Clay & Sons Ltd

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The round house was on the road down to Longbottom Mill at Cooperfields, now Tenterfield buisness park.
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