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  • Tags: Rochdale Road

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The gable end of the Endowed School can be seen behind the building works for the new garden. Todmorden Town Hall is on the left.

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Another view of the area on Rochdale Road known as Salford.

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Waterside Mill on Rochdale Road, now the site of Morrisons Supermarket.

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The building in the foreground has since been renovated and is now Waterside Lodge nursing home, across the road from Morrisons on Rochdale Road.

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Demolition of the mill on Rochdale Road with the Unitarian Church steeple in the background.

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Waterside Mill on Rochdale Road, now the site of Morrisons Supermarket.

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HOLLINS MILL
LOCATION: Rochdale Road, Walsden
REF: CD8
GRID REF: 935 221
CLASSIFICATION: D
CONDITION: Mostly used
APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Late 19C
DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: One of the largest mills in the Todmorden area, a four storey,…

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NAME: CLOUGH MILL

LOCATION: Just off Rochdale Road, Walsden.

REF: CD12

GRID REF: 930 224

CLASSIFICATION: A

CONDITION: Mostly disappeared

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: From late 18C

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: An historic site that has now…

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This was at one time the home of Samuel Fielden J.P.

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The building on the left is the Royal George. The Co-op building can be seen behind.

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Rochdale Road, Todmorden - just before demolition. The Town Hall is to the left of the picture.

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This was just at the time the new Fire Station was built on Stansfield Road. Scanned from photograph
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