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Showing what an immense mill Waterside was. The building on the right hand end was the technical college. The spire is the Unitarian Church and the tower of Cross Stone church can be seen on the horizon. AN 70082659

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The Grade l Listed building dates from 1865/9. It was built by the three Fielden brothers, Samuel, John Jr. and Joshua, in honour of their late father, ‘Honest’ John Fielden MP at a cost of £35,000. It closed in 1987 but following a £1M restoration…

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The Grade 1 listed building was built in 1865-69 by the philanthropist ‘Honest John’ Fielden, MP. It is now in the care of the Historic Chapels Trust and is available for weddings and events.

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View over the town from the west. The remains of Fielden’s Waterside Mill, an old spinning mill built in 1800, can be seen on the right after a disastrous fire in 1901. The spire of the Unitarian Church, built by the Fieldens, is in the centre. The…

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Building the new retaining wall on Fielden Wharf, Todmorden

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A view over the town taken from below Cross Stone. The Unitarian Church spire can be seen on the left.

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View over Todmorden with the Unitarian Church in the centre and Cross Stone Church on the hilltop to the left.

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Demolition of the mill on Rochdale Road with the Unitarian Church steeple in the background.

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You can just make out the spire of the Unitarian Church.

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LYRS 2800 - Looking across to the Manchester 'up' platform in about 1950 with the station master’s house behind the fence, that and the warehouse to its left have been demolished.

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Set in an elevated position, its spire pointing 196 feet to the sky, the Unitarian Church at Todmorden symbolises man’s earnest attempts to glorify God, while at the same time demonstrating a desire to perpetuate man’s achievements. Designed by John…

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Taken from the road to Dobroyd Castle, the Rochdale Canal is in the foreground, and the Unitarian Church is in the centre

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One of the earliest known photographs of Todmorden, about 1866, showing the building of the Unitarian Church. Waterside Mill is in the foreground.

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Todmorden's earliest industrial 'estate', viewed from Sunnyside about 1905.
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