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The Lydgate Church, Todmorden, was formed from members of the Lineholme Church, in 1859. The new endeavour numbered some fifty Todmorden people. Beginning in a cottage, they moved to Newgate Bottom, where they rented the top room of a disused mill.…

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Looking up the valley with Robinwood Mill prominent centre left. Harley Wood church to the right.

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Looking up Burnley Road to Knott Wood Viaduct on the Todmorden-Burnley 'Copy Pit' line. To the left the top storeys of Robinwood Mill.

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Top right Harley Wood Church opened 1858 and demolished in 1975. The building in the foreground believed to be Lineholme Baptist Chapel which closed in 1962 and was subsequently demolished.

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The large building on the left the former primary school now the Robinwood Activity Centre.

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Bottom right Robinwood Mill. Down the valley towards Todmorden Mons Mill just discernible.

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Nott Wood Viaduct in the centre with Robinwood Mill to its right. To the right of the viaduct the former primary school now the Robinwood Activity Centre.

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The 13 arch Nott Wood Viaduct, Lydgate, on the Todmorden-Burnley 'Copy Pit' line, completed 1849. Robinwood Mill on the left.

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New gas main being laid in Burnley Road at Lydgate.

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Lydgate or Nott Wood Railway viaduct with Mons Mill and chimney in the centre. The viaduct is on the Burnley Branch, or Copy Pit Line as it is known in railway circles, which opened in 1849.

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The 13 stone arch Lydgate, or Nott Wood Viaduct on the 1849 Todmorden to Burnley 'Copy Pit' line.

The viaduct towers over the village, once a bustling, densely-populated area centred around the cotton mills at Robinwood and Lineholme. Old code No.…

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Robinwood c1910, a panorama of industry and communications with the 13 arch Nott Wood Viaduct on the Todmorden-Burnley line, the so called Copy Pit Line. Robinwood Mill, built in 1834, and purchased by Fielden Bros. in 1844, became the centre of…

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NAME: ROBINWOOD MILL

LOCATION: Lydgate

REF: CD 49

GRID REF: 920 256

CLASSIFICATION: D

CONDITION: Part derelict/semi used

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Mid 19C

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: Built around 1840, this was the Fielden’s main…

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NAME: LINEHOLME MILL

LOCATION: Lydgate

REF: CD45

GRID REF: 924 254

CLASSIFICATION: A

CONDITION: Mostly disappeared

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Early – mid 19C

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: It is now difficult to recognise this site as a…

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NAME: LINEHOLME MILL

LOCATION: Lydgate

REF: CD45

GRID REF: 924 254

CLASSIFICATION: A

CONDITION: Mostly disappeared

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Early – mid 19C

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: It is now difficult to recognise this site as a…

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NAME: ROBINWOOD MILL

LOCATION: Lydgate

REF: CD 49

GRID REF: 920 256

CLASSIFICATION: D

CONDITION: Part derelict/semi used

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Mid 19C

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: Built around 1840, this was the Fielden’s main…
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