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View over Todmorden to Stansfield Hall and Cross Stone Church on the hill top.
The Grade ll listed house was originally built in 1640 for James Stansfield and extensively enlarged in 1862 in Gothic Revival style for Joshua Fielden M.P. It is now divided into apartments.
Accident at Stansfield Hall on 5th December 1904. Wagons on a heavy goods train broke loose coming down from Copy Pit to Portsmouth and the train divided into two parts. When the engines stopped at Stansfield Hall signals the detached wagons…
This later became Stansfield View Hospital
LYRS 2790 - General view across Centre Vale to Stansfield Hall Station in far the distance. In the top right Cross Stone Church and below Christ Church, now converted into apartments, and to its left the national School..
LYRS 8707 - The Box at the Junction of the Stansfield or Todmorden Curve on the Todmorden - Burnley line with the spur up from Hall Royd Junction on the Leeds - Manchester line.

Passenger traffic over the Stansfield Curve ceased in 1965 and the…
LYRS6018. A confusing photo! The tracks in the centre curving off to the right form the Stansfield or Todmorden Curve heading to Stansfield Hall Junction on the 'Copy Pit' line to Burnley. The line in the foreground is the spur from Hall Royd…
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