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Mount Zion Church is on the right.

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Young men's class at Mount Zion Primitive Methodist Sunday School. Presentation in 1916 to Messrs J and J Walton, teachers for many years

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Class leaders, Trustees, and Chapel Committee. Back row: Jas Boocock, W. Johnson, J.A. Walton, D. Crossland. Middle row: F. Stansfield, F. Robertshaw, A. Johnson, Sam Morgan, W. Oldfield, W. Brearley. Front row: T. Naylor, Sth Johnson, Jos Siddal, T.…

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Teachers and Officers, Centenary, 1923. Back row: Messrs J. Walton, A.J. Robertshaw, F. Stansfield, A. Johnson, W. Oldfield, T. Morgan. Second row: Mr D. Crossland, Misses E.E. Robertshaw, M. Naylor, D. Riley, B. Riley,A. Morgan, E. Riley, F. Naylor,…

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Looking west towards Colden and Blackshaw Head. The cottages of Slack Bottom are on the left, Slack House on the right with Mount Zion Baptist Chapel in the distance.

The two people are believed to be the Rev George Thomas, minister at Slack…

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In the foreground the railway west of the viaduct and station pre doubling to four tracks between here and Hebden Bridge in 1906. This is also before the construction of Caldene Bridge.
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