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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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The car park in the foreground is on the site of the former White horse Inn. Looking across St George's Square the top of the tall building was a water tank.

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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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The car park in the foreground is on the site of the former White horse Inn. Looking across St George'd Square the top of the tall building was a water tank.

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Shop on the corner of St George's Square and Crown Street.

Originally built by Hebden Bridge Co-operative Society with the water tank above to also serve the main retail and social facilities on the other side of Crown Street. The water tank has…

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In the centre Lees Yard Car Park originally the site of the White Horse Hotel, demolished 1962. More or less in the centre the Town Hall with Bridge Mill and chimney to its right and to the left of the Town Hall the Hole-in-the-Wall and above that…

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Postcard with July 1978 postmark. Bridge Mill is on the right; over the bridge can be seen the Council Offices, with Cross Lanes Chapel behind it on the hill.

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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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Looking down from Birchcliffe Road. Crown Street going off centre left with a gap between buildings where there has been demolition.
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