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The part derelict and part demolished mill buildings on Valley Road/Moss Lane seen here from the rear. The detritus in the foreground is on the site of one of the mill buildings which straddled Hebden Water to connect the two parts of the mill on…

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Viewed from Keighley Road over the north light roof of Hebden Works, now partly demolished. To the right above the north lights is part of Hangingroyd Mill with another part across the river to its left, now the site of Waterside Fold. To the right…

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Viewed from Keighley Road over the north light roof of Hebden Works, now partly demolished. To the right above the north lights is part of Hangingroyd Mill and the open area in the centre with a caravan on it and the building to the left, also part…

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Viewed from Keighley Road over the north light roof of Hebden Works, now partly demolished. To the right above the north lights is Hangingroyd Mill at the junction of Valley Road and Victoria Road, parts of which straggled the river. The open area…

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Viewed from Keighley Road over the north light roof of Hebden Works, now partly demolished. To the right above the north lights is part of Hangingroyd Mill and In the top centre Moss Lane climbing the hill.

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Viewed from Keighley Road over the north light roof of Hebden Works, now partly demolished. To the right above the north lights is part of Hangingroyd Mill and In the top centre Moss Lane climbing the hill.

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Looking along Moss Lane to its junction with Valley Road. The derelict mill is now site of Waterside Fold and the building at the end of the road has also been demolished.

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Viewed from the top of Hangingroyd Lane with Moss Lane running across in front of the mill gates. Shepherd's wagons parked up on part on the site of a demolished building and part the mill yard. The view today is of houses on Waterside Fold.

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Looking down to its junction with Valley Road. The mill building in the centre above the whitewashed cottage was part of Hangingroyd Mill now site of Waterside Fold.

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Looking down Valley Road taken from the former Hangingroyd Mill. Bottom right junction with Moss Lane and the single storey building on the left has gone.

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Rear of buildings at the bottom of Moss Lane viewed from site of the former Hangingroyd Mill, now Waterside Fold.

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In the centre a derelict part of Hangingroyd Mill, now site of Waterside Fold, with Moss Lane going across the top of Hangingroyd Lane.

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The derelict building on the left is part of Hangingroyd Mill at the junction of Moss Lane and Valley Road. The site of the mill is now Waterside Fold and most of the building on the left has also gone.

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The derelict building on the right is part of the former Hangingroyd Mill on Moss Lane at the top of Hangingroyd Lane. The young girl is Linda Holden.

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After the flood at the junction of Moss Lane and Hanginroyd Lane. The building on the left has had many uses: Pentecostal Church, at the time of this picture a school, and later an ice-cream factory.

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The houses in the foreground off Hangingroyd Lane. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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ALC00416. c.1910. Moss Lane climbing the hillside to Cross Lanes. Named after the Moss family, early fustian manufacturers, one of whom had a school here on the hillside which is now built up. On the skyline the top of Heptonstall Church. The house…

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ALC00378. In the centre is Foster Lane Wesleyan Chapel which opened in 1904 and closed and demolished in the mid-1960s. To the right is Foster Mill, demolished early 1980s, and top left Cross Lanes United Methodist Chapel, opened 1840 destroyed by…

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The Cross Lanes Society was formed from two Methodist groups from Hebden Bridge and Heptonstall. They decided to join together and build a new chapel at a half way site. The land cost £289 4s 0d in 1838?. Plans by Mr John Nicholson were accepted. …

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Cross Lanes Chapel can be seen near the top of the picture.

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Moss Lane before adoption. Note the gas lamp.
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