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Top left the former Birchcliffe Baptist Chapel and Sunday School. To the right housing developed in the 1890s. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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In the centre Nutclough Mill and above it the old Birchcliffe Baptist Chapel and Sunday School. Centre right Birchcliffe Road sweeps up and round. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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On the hillside on the left the Old Birchcliffe Baptist Chapel and Sunday School. On the far side Birchcliffe Road climbing up with Cliffe Street centre right. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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You can clearly see that Nutclough Mill, in the centre of the picture, was built in stages. The dark part is the earliest, it was extended to one side and then the other and then upwards. To the left of the mill you can see the town's gas holder.…

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The old Birchcliffe Chapel can be seen with the graveyard visible before it was colonised by trees. Being built is the new Birchcliffe Chapel which was completed in 1898. Chapel Avenue is just a building site!

Nutclough Mill is in the centre of…

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Nutclough Mill, an early co-operative manufacturer is central to the picture. The various stages of development can clearly be seen, with the oldest part is the darker section in the middle, it was later extended on either side and upwards. The old…
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