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Queens Terrace on the road up to Heptonstall. Sir Bernard Ingham was born here.

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Looking over the town from Fairfield. Heptonstall church on the skyline. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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The busy junction of New Road, Holme Street, Bridge Gate and West End. Queens Terrace can be seen towards the top of the picture.

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Machpelah is on the right, Croft House in centre of the picture, Crossley Mill on the left, behind the chimney of which can be seen Queen's Terrace on Heptonstall Road.

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Weir near Station Road. Queens Terrace can be seen on the far hillside.

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Hope Baptist Church is in the middle of the picture, and Queens Terrace on Heptonstall Road is in the distance.

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Looking down Hebble Bridge towards Market Street, and the end of Hangingroyd Road. Queens Terrace is on the hillside above.

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The canal is no longer navigable. The rear of Central Street School is on the left, and the terrace of houses towards the top of the picture is Queen's Terrace on Heptonstall Road.
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