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PNH00805. Collapsed wall at the bottom of Bankfoot.

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PNH00804. Collapsed wall at the bottom of Bankfoot.

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To the right hand side of the photo is St. James - Hebden bridge Parish Church, with the now demolished Mytholm Hall in front of it. The Eaves Silk Mills can be seen above the church. To the left centre is Mytholm Mill (Browns Mill) with its detached…

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Postcard dated July 1911. To the right hand side of the photo is St. James - Hebden bridge Parish Church, with the now demolished Mytholm Hall in front of it. The Eaves Silk Mills can be seen above the church with…

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Postcard dated July 1911. St James the Greater church is on the right, with the two Eaves silk mills behind it, and Mytholm Hall in front.

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In the centre left of the photo is Hebden Bridge Parish Church - St James the Great, with Mytholm Hall in front of it. The road curling round to the left leads to Mytholm Steeps and Blackshaw Head. Central to the photo is Bankfoot Mill adjacent to…

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Postcard from 1910.

Taken from Hell Hole Rock on the edge of Heptonstall looking towards the Horsehold hillside. In the centre of the photo is Calder Mill with its chimney and to its right is "Stubbing House". Further to the right is the King…
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