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August 2000. Cross Stone Church can be seen on the top right of the picture.

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On the skyline is the tower of Dobroyd Castle, a mock gothic Victorian pile built by cotton magnate John Fielden Junior.

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Looking down Hebden Water towards its confluence with the Calder. The buildings immediate right have been replaced by purpose built shops and offices and above them the former Council Offices. The chimney of Bridge Mill on the left.

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Looking towards Mytholmroyd. Princes Bridge carries traffic to Hebden Bridge Station over the Rochdale Canal at Machpelah.

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In the centre the aqueduct carrying the Rochdale Canal over the River Calder. To its left Riverside School and to the right Central Dyeworks, now enlarged and converted into appartments. The industrial building top right have now gone and replced…

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Beyond the lock the Rochdale Canal is carried over the River Calder on an aqueduct. The building on right, a former dyeworks, has been extended and converted into appartments.

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Above the barge is the Picture House and opposite Hope Baptist Chapel. The timber structures have been replaced with a building providing appartments on the upper floor and various facilities on the ground floor including Visitor Information Centre.

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Above the barge is the Picture House and opposite Hope Baptist Chapel. The timber structures have been replaced with a building providing appartments on the upper floor and various facilities on the ground floor including Visitor Information Centre.

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People's Park is one of the finest surviving examples of a "Joseph Paxton" Park. Created in 1857, the Park was donated to the people of Halifax by Sir Francis Crossley, to be maintained by the then Halifax Corporation for all time.

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