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c1966, this was one of Calder Civic Trust's first projects - creating a small garden on a piece of long derelict land in the ownership of British Rail. The relic of this garden remains (2014) in front of the Catholic Church, which has replaced the…

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Taken from the junction of Burnley Road and New Road.

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Taking part in the Pace Egg play on the Marina, Hebden Bridge. c.2009

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Taking part in the Pace Egg play on the Marina, Hebden Bridge. Geraint Harris collecting money. c.2009

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Pictured outside the Visitor Centre, Butler's Wharf, New Road, Hebden Bridge. c.2009

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Pictured outside the Railway Inn, New Road, Hebden Bridge. c.2009

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Date unknown but before the building in the centre at the junction of Bridge Gate and New Road was demolished in the 1930s for road widening. Blackburn's Ironmongers is on the end of the row of shops, and the window of Alice Longstaff's shop,…

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Halifax Corporation tram in May 1911 just prior to the Hebden Urban District Council road widening improvements. Not much shelter from the elements for the driver. Commercial Street going off to the right.

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The gardens seen here and the buildings at the end demolished when New Road was widened in the mid-1930s. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Crown Street at its junction with New Road. The gardens seen here and the buildings at the end demolished when New Road was widened in the mid-1930s. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Looking along to the junction with New Road and Holme Street. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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The junction with Holme Street. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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The corner of Bridge Gate and New Road. One of the earliest photos of the town. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Looking towards West End and the junction with Holme Street and Bridge Gate. Note the Yorkshire Penny Bank. The roof line of Queens Terrace can just be seen over the roof of Timothy Whites and Taylors. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society…

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The junction of New Road, Holme Street and Bridge Gate to the right. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Possibly taken on a Monday morning judging by the washing hanging out. The Chapel opened in1858. Stereographic photograph.

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A wonderfully evocative picture of a time when road works only needed a Keep Right sign. Hope Baptist Church is on the left and the Picture House to the right. The bridge over the road between the two parts of Crossley Mill can be seen.

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Flower gardens fronted the busy Burnley Road before the road was widened in 1931, which necessitated the demolition of the building on the left fronting onto Bridge Gate; it was replaced with a shop on the truncated corner, now Holt’s greengrocers.…

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The bus destination board shows the intermediate points on the route from Leeds: Dudley Hill, Halifax, Hebden Bridge.
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