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Postcard with August 1913 postmark. A long, westbound passenger train is passing Mytholmroyd station.
Possibly near Charlestown, Hebden Bridge. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
West of Hebden Bridge on the Todmorden road the viaduct was built in 1839/40 on the Manchester and Leeds Railway. An early example of skew arches. The bridge was originally bow string but was replaced about 1940 as a matter of neccesity by the metal…
The town is looking very elegant. St Mary's church is left of centre, with Cross Stone church on the skyline.
The railway track has been straightened, but the line of the infamous Charlestown curve can clearly be seen. Oakville Road is on the right.
The skew bridge passing over the Rochdale Canal at Gauxholme with a clear span of 101 ft. The castellated abutments of solid masonry were brought from Knowlwood Quarry. Along with Whiteley Arches at Charlestown this was one of the first bow string…
Lithograph by A. F. Tait dated 1845 from Views of the Manchester & Leeds Railway. Drawn from Nature and stone.
We have this photo dated 1961, but Jonathan Greenwood comments: “I have a copy of this print because the building in the centre used to belong to my great grandparents, Thomas (Tommy) & Harriet Louisa (Louie) Knight, who ran it as a bakery. They both…
Mytholmroyd Methodist chapel is near the centre of the picture.
Looking towards Halifax. Note the large water tank on the right behind the engine. This supplied water for the engines via a pipe under the track to a hose near the signal box.
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