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Looking across St George's Square to the Shoulder of Mutton on Bridge Gate. The structure on top of the building on the left of centre was a water tank but is now gone.

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Looking towards the junction at West End. This section is now pedestrianised. The inn on the right is The Shoulder of Mutton and further down is the White Swan.

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Mr Bird ran the carpet discount shop in Bridge Mill, he moved there from premises further down Bridge Gate.

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Looking across St George's Square to the Shoulder of Mutton on Bridge Gate. The structure on top of the building on the left of centre was a water tank but is now gone.

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Looking towards the junction at West End. This section is now pedestrianised. The inn on the right is The Shoulder of Mutton and further down is the White Swan.

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Mr Bird ran the carpet discount shop in Bridge Mill, he moved there from premises further down Bridge Gate.

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Pictured in St George's Square, Hebden Bridge. c.2009

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Taken from the end of Crown Street, on the other side of the Square The Shoulder of Mutton is on the left and Bridge Mill the right.

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View from the bottom of School Street over Lees Yard and down Crown Street.

Mick Shepley believes the girl in the picture may well be his now wife, when she was about 13/14 in 1970. Her name then was Margaret (Maggie) Calver and she lived at 10…

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Taken in the 1960s. The road is now pedestrianised and the single story buildings centre right have been demolished.

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Over the wall from the mini-bus is the White Lion Hotel with Bridge Mill behind it. To the left of the mill the Shoulder of Mutton faces St Georges Square.

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Looking across the square to the Shoulder of Mutton, with the Council Offices behind. Note the shop on the left, Innovation, which opened here on 7th Nov 1969 and then moved to Bridge Mill in June 1976.

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One of the men is Ted Lamp. William Greenwood "Ted Lamp" and Bill o'Jonathan's, great grandad of Frank Smith?

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The footbridge over the Elphin Brook with the Shoulder of Mutton on the left and the sheltered housing of Elphaborough on the right.

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The Shoulder of Mutton is on the left and the sheltered housing of Elphaborough on the right.
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