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G.V. II

House, mid C17. Thin coursed rubble with ashlar quoins, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. Main feature is south facing gable which is coped with kneelers and has 4-light chamfered mullioned window to ground floor with 4-light double chamfered…

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G.V. II House, early C17 hall-and-cross-wing in large dressed stone with added 5-bay wing to south, early C19 in dressed stone the face punched with margin. 4 main linear divisions. Gable of C19 wing has plinth, eaves band and coped gable with…

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G.V. II House, early C17 hall-and-cross-wing in large dressed stone with added 5-bay wing to south, early C19 in dressed stone the face punched with margin. 4 main linear divisions. Gable of C19 wing has plinth, eaves band and coped gable with…

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G.V. II House, early C17 hall-and-cross-wing in large dressed stone with added 5-bay wing to south, early C19 in dressed stone the face punched with margin. 4 main linear divisions. Gable of C19 wing has plinth, eaves band and coped gable with…

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The Rochdale Canal and towpath prior to restoration in the mid-1980s with Machpelah on the left and Princes Bridge on Station Road.

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The gentleman with the horse is George William Thomas, son of James Farrar Thomas. The building on the right was the Tythe Barn. It became a pub and restaurant of that name, later changed to The Thirsty Turtle, now a private house. Behind it is…

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Taken from the driveway to Mayroyd Hall. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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The Hall is situated just above the A646 opposite the station and the former Mayroyd Mill.

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Bottom centre the passenger station and to its left the large railway warehouse and goods sidings. Above them can be seen Riverside School, originally Hebden Bridge Grammar School which opened 1909. At the top of Station Road by Princes Bridge is…

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View across the railway station to the town. The passenger station, re-built 1891/2, wedged between Victoria Mill to its right and the large railway warehouse to the left and beyond it Crossley Mill. Bottom right the Crow Nest Works of the joint…

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ALC00371. Horse and four wheeled trap on Burnley Road below Mayroyd Hall and the old Tythe Barn. The man with the horse is George Wm Thomas son of James Farrer Thomas.

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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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Enlarged extract from one of a series of Lithographs by A. F. Tait published in 1845 entitled "Views on the Manchester and Leeds Railway". The station opened in October 1840. Seen here the small station building on the 'Leeds line' is almost hidden…

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One of a series of Lithographs by A. F. Tait published in 1845 entitled "Views on the Manchester and Leeds Railway". The station opened in October 1840. To the left of the station the trestle bridge carrying the station road over the Calder and left…

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Victoria Bridge carries Station Road over the Calder; it was built in 1855 replacing a timber trestle bridge built for the station in 1839/40. The weir was to direct water to the wheelhouse for Mayroyd Mill. Just visible in the background Queens…

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Victoria Bridge carries Station Road over the Calder; it was built in 1855 replacing a timber trestle bridge built for the station in 1839/40. To the left of the weir is the wheelhouse for Mayroyd Mill. Just visible in the background Queens Terrace…

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Weir near Station Road. Queens Terrace can be seen on the far hillside.

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Hebden Bridge Local History Group members investigated the turnpike road at Mayroyd, Hebden Bridge. It was abandoned in 1825. It proved to be made entirely of apple sized sandstone.

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Hebden Bridge Local History Group members investigating the turnpike road at Mayroyd, Hebden Bridge. It was abandoned in 1825. .

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This photograph was taken in the closing years of the 19th century or the beginning of the 20th. The Rochdale Canal running from the bottom left to the top right makes a useful guide to the town as it was then. The road over the narrow bridge at the…

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This photograph was taken in the closing years of the 19th century or the beginning of the 20th. The Rochdale Canal running from the bottom left to the top right makes a useful guide to the town as it was then. The road over the narrow bridge at the…

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Hebden Royd U.D. Leeds-Halifax-Preston Trunk Road A646, Caldene Bridge-Bridge Gate Reconstruction Scheme. Junction of Burnley Road with Station Road, Hebden Bridge. Photo dated 28/4/52. Below the arm pointing to the station the former Gas Works at…

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Hebden Royd U.D. Leeds-Halifax-Preston Trunk Road A646, Caldene Bridge-Bridge Gate Reconstruction Scheme. Mayroyd Hall entrance after reconstruction, looking towards Mytholmroyd On the right are the former Gas Works at Crow Nest.
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