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http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/TNC00500.jpg
Higher Eastwood, with a converted barn to the left of the picture.

http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/ALC08273.jpg
Photo taken at the top of Bridge Lanes, Hebden Bridge. The road to the left is Heptonstall Road. The houses on the right composed "High Street" which were demolished in the 1960's, being classed as being unfit for habitation.

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c.1960. The station platforms not only straddled the viaduct but also overhung it supported by massive brackets seen here looking towards Burnley Road. Both vehicles have Halifax registration plates.

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1920s or '30s. By this time carting had been contracted out by the LMS and here to Robertshaw Bros. A mixture of vehicles and registration plates; with the exception of the second from the right which is a Huddersfield number the rest are all…

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LYRS 2699 - Halifax had three L&YR goods sheds on two sites at Shaw Syke, two demolished and the third in a dire and near derelict condition for all that it is Grade ll Listed. Unfortunately it's not clear which this one is but most likely one of the…

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‘L&YR Parcels & Luggage Collection & Delivery Van N0. 130’ at the junction of Albert Street and New Road, Hebden Bridge. The man by the horse and the boy on the wagon are wearing L&YR porter’s cap badges and the policeman is holding his white point…

http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/AGW00217.jpg
‘Man at Large’ was a series of photographs taken as part of a Calder Civic Trust initiative to increase awareness of eyesores in the area, in stark contrast to the well dressed gentleman, John D. Uttley.

http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/AGW00216.jpg
‘Man at Large’ was a series of photographs taken as part of a Calder Civic Trust initiative to increase awareness of eyesores in the area, in stark contrast to the well dressed gentleman, John D. Uttley.

http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/AGW00211.jpg
‘Man at Large’ was a series of photographs taken as part of a Calder Civic Trust initiative to increase awareness of eyesores in the area, in stark contrast to the well dressed gentleman, John D. Uttley.
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