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Used as an illustration in Gertrude Attwood's book "A Village Childhood"
Looking in a very sad state prior to demonlition. The Birchcliffe hillside can be seen in the distance on the left.
Salem Sunday School on Bridge Lanes can be seen not long before its demolition c1962. At the top of the picture Hebble Bridge can be seen with the start of the roads to Fairfield to the left and Horsehold to the right.
Photo taken from Clegg Nook shows the debris that has been brought down Hall Bank Lane and Scout Road.
Hall Bank Lane goes off to the right, and Mytholmroyd Farm is on the left. Thornber's hatchery can be seen on the left behind the church.
This Grade II listed chapel is situated off Northgate, Heptonstall, and is one of the earliest Wesleyan chapels in the country. John Wesley laid the foundation stone for the unusual octagonal building which was completed in 1764, since when it has…
Situated on Haworth Road, this small chapel was built by the Crimsworth Dean Society in 1865. The chapel closed in July 1996 and is now a private house.
Behind the Methodist Church can be seen Pecket Shed, one of the last fustian weaving mills, seems to crowd in on the Methodist Chapel.
Plaque states "The Oldest Methodist Chapel In the World in Continuous Use. The Society Was Founded By William Darney About 1742. The Rev. John Wesley Preached At Heptonstall For The Last Time in 1786."
George Crabtree in brown suit, father-in-law of Rev Holt; Clara Crabtree; on right Rev Holt who married Judith Crabtree.
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