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Undated postcard.

Hardcastle Crags, Towngate, Heptonstall
Old Church Heptonstall, Marina & Canal, Hebden Bridge

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Undated postcard.

St Georges Square, Hardcastle Crags
Rochdale Canal, The 1510 Old Bridge

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Photo from the Alice Longstaff Gallery Collection re-produced as a postcard 1996.

Hebden Farm was on the south hillside above Hardcastle Crags opposite on the other side the valley and is at the halfway point between the Lodge at Midgehole and…

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Photo circa 1900 from the Alice Longstaff Gallery Collection re-produced as a postcard 1995.

The bridge was built to carry men and materials to the site of the building of the Walshaw Dean Reservoirs. At the height of the works there were 15 little…

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Photo circa 1900 from the Alice Longstaff Gallery Collection re-produced as a postcard in 1995.

Gibson Mill is a former water powered cotton mill at the heart of Hardcastle Crags, it was converted into an ‘entertainment emporium’ in the 1890s to…

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A very fine horse as well. Old photo mounted on card published by 'C Westerman, Electric & Daylight Studios, Hebden Bridge.' His studio was at West End and was subsequently taken over by Alice Longstaff who had trained under his daughter Ada.

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Postcard with August 1936 postmark. On the left Slater Ing Cottage and on the right the Hall above Colden Clough. When this photo was taken the hall was a Guest House catering for some of the more affluent visitors to the area.

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Undated postcard. Slater Ing is off the road from Heptonstall to Jack Bridge and above Colden Clough the cottage seen here is adjacent to Slater Ing Hall.

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Postcard with illegible postmark. Slater Ing is off the road from Heptonstall to Jack Bridge and above Colden Clough. When this photo was taken it was a Guest House catering for some of the more affluent visitors to the area.

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Undated postcard. Slater Ing is off the road from Heptonstall to Jack Bridge and above Colden Clough. When this photo was taken, possibly 1930/40s, it was a Guest House catering for some of the more affluent visitors to the area.

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Undated postcard. Slater Ing is off the road from Heptonstall to Jack Bridge and above Colden Clough. When this photo was taken, probably 1920s, it was a Guest House catering for some of the more affluent who visited the area.

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Undated postcard. The valley is known locally as Colden Clough, a clough being a steep narrow valley. On the hillside to the right is Lumb Bank an 18th-century mill-owner’s house where Ted Hughes once lived, it is now the Arvon Centre.

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Undated postcard. Known locally as Colden Clough. The chimney of Lower Lumb Mill is bottom left and on the skyline is Heptonstall water tower. The building in the centre on the left is Lumb Bank, an 18th-century mill-owner’s house where Ted Hughes…

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Undated postcard. Slack chapel is in the centre of the picture with Popples to the right. In the distance you can see the Heptonstall water tower.

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Undated postcard. Taken from 'top of bonk', the cricket field at Popples is towards the right with the tower of Heptonstall church behind it, and in the centre of the picture is Slack Chapel.

The road running down to the left is Widdop Road which…

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Undated postcard. 'Wadsworth Memorial' although often referred to as Peckett Well War Memorial due to its location. It commemorates those from Wadsworth Parish who died in both World Wars.

The War Memorial at Smeakin hill to the 33 men of Wadsworth…

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Postcard date stamped June 1913 but the card had been in circulation for some years previously. The top is Shibden to the east of Halifax

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Undated postcard. The two pictures on the left are of Colden Valley, or Clough as it is known locally, which climbs up from the Calder Valley on the west side of Hebden Bridge. The view bottom right is of Midgehole Road to Hardcastle Crags with the…

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Undated postcard.:
Hebden Water, not Grimshaw Beck, below Gibson Mill
Gibson Mill Pond was once used for boating
View up Hebden Dale
Hebden Hey Stepping Stones

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Undated postcard.

Gibson Mill, Lumb Falls, Crimsworth Dean,
Lodge at Crags entrance. Pavilion Stepping Stones.
Bottom, The Lodge and Gates to the Crags

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Undated postcard but cards with the same views and style were in circulation in 1922.
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