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Chapel of 1878 with manse of c.1830 attached to chapel by single bay of earlier chapel house of 1807. Hammer-dressed stone with ashlar dressings to chapel. Forms an L-shaped group with manse to the left which is of 2 storeys. Quoins. 3 bays of sashed…

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The photo shows the junction of Crown Point Road and Lee Wood Road at Draper Corner at Slack Bottom. The large building towards the top of the photo is the former Slack Baptist Church.

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Rev Thomas was minister at Slack Baptist Chapel from 1903-1928

Donated by Esther Dean

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Donated by Esther Dean

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Slack Bottom looking West. The church in the background is Mount Zion Baptists. On the right is Slack House and Stone Slack.

Donated by Esther Dean

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Slack Baptist Chapel, erected in 1808. Donated by Esther Dean

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Donated by Esther Dean

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Heptonstall Slack Baptist Chapel Choir c.1909, taken to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Choirmaster, William Greenwood, nickname William the Singer.

Bottom row from left: Sarah Pickles, unknown, Francis Greenwood who was killed in the First…

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Probably taken in the early 1960s. Slack Baptist Chapel is in the triangle of roads, one leading to Widdop and the other to Colden and Blackshaw. The building on the right of the road almost in the centre of the picture is Robertshaw Farm where…

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Donated by Susan Slater

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This shows a full hay cart being led into the barn. These barns often had a matching door on the other side so that the horse and cart could pass straight through after unloading.

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Photo taken at the front of Slack Top Baptist Chapel. The queen is Nellie Dawson nee Speak, mother of Margaret Shaw.
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