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Heptonstall School, opened in 1879, is on the left. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Looking down Smithwell Lane towards Towngate after the sets (cobbles) had been covered with tarmacadam in the 1960s.

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Wesleyan Sunday School Procession, carrying their banner down Smithwell Lane, Heptonstall, which is bedecked with flags. Note the little girls in pinafore dresses, ladies in boaters, and men in cloth caps. Date unknown.

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HLS05146. Wesleyan Sunday School Procession, carrying their banner down Smithwell Lane, Heptonstall, which is bedecked with flags. Note the little girls in pinafore dresses, ladies in boaters, and men in cloth caps. Date unknown.

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HLS05137. Heptonstall people relied on four pumps for their water supply. The pumps were locked on a Saturday night until Monday and residents put their cans or buckets out ready to fill when the water came back on.

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In times of draught the pump was chained up and the buckets were left in line until it was turned on.

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Smithwell Lane, Heptonstall, 2010.

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Smithwell Lane, Heptonstall. Top Pump is on the left.
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