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The timber bridge which gave its name to the town probably stood a little further upstream than the present stone structure which dates from about 1510. Legacies financed the construction: for example, James Grenewode of Wadsworth left 3s. 4d to the…
Clearly a mill town. In the foreground is Pallis House and to its left smoke from a train in the cutting and above the smoke Holme House. On the left hillside Cross Lanes Methodist Chapel and dominant in the top centre Foster Mill.
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 The buildings immediate right have been replaced by purpose built shops and offices and above them the former Council Offices.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.
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…
The lean to structures on the right have all gone. The Council Offices are on the left and the big chimney is for Bridge Mill.
Looking up towards the Old Bridge. The buildings on the right are on Bridge Gate.
Showing the rear of Westbouorne House. The low building on the left was at one time a stable.
Postcard published G.H. Greenwood, The Post Office, Todmorden. The Rochdale Canal is in the foreground.
Causey at the meeting of the waters, between Heptonstall and Colne
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