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Looking towards Gaddings Edge, with the ever present Stoodley Pike top left. The Unitarian Church spire can be seen bottom centre.

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Stoodley Pike can be seen in the distance, farms at Langfield.

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Looking up the valley towards Todmorden. Bottom left terraced houses on Stubbing Holme, Hebden Bridge, with Stoodley Pike on the skyline.

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PNH00830.March 1990. View over the Canal to Stoodley Pike.

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June 1981. The Town Hall facade covered in scaffolding.

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Looking from Todmorden Edge above Centre Vale Park

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Stoodley Pike, Heptonstall Old Church, Shibden Hall and the Canal at Salter Hebble. Postcard dated 1984.

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Site opposite the former Stansfield View Hospital prior to the building of a housing estate.

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Photo taken of the western facade.

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The balcony of the Pike can be reached from the west facing side via a dark spiral staircase.

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Lumbutts Methodist Church to the left hand side of the photo, with Stoodley Pike to the horizon on the right hand corner. The chapel was built in 1860 - 1870. In the foreground is Lee Dam, which was one of three dams which powered Lumbutts Mill.…

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A good view of the Todmorden - Burnley railway line, the Copy Pit Line, and Lydgate or Nott Wood Viaduct. In the distance Mons Mill, demolished in 2000, and Stoodley Pike on the skyline top left.

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Robinwood Mill on the right with Stoodley Pike on the skyline and the Burnley - Todmorden railway, the Copy Pit Line, on the left which was once threatened with closure but now has hourly Blackpool - York and Blackburn - Manchester services.

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The original Pike was constructed to commemorate the end of the Napoleonic Wars with the 1814 Treaty of Paris but then Bonaparte escaped from Elba and the war started again. That pike collapsed and the current one replaced it opening to commemorate…

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The original Pike was constructed to commemorate the end of the Napoleonic Wars with the 1814 Treaty of Paris but then Bonaparte escaped from Elba and the war started again. That pike collapsed and the current one replaced it opening to commemorate…

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Moorland view from Stoodley Pike, Todmorden.
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