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Lovely cottage in Walsden, we are not sure of its location, can you help?

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The damage caused by flooding. AN 34131703

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After the floods. The householder has put the carpet and chair outside to dry. AN 34131703

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The damage caused by flooding. AN 34131703

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The aftermath of flooding. AN 34131703

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Charity Cricket Match, June 1969

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Charity Cricket Match, June 1969

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Mayor Eunice Shaw at Charity Cricket Match, June 1969.

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Mayor Eunice Shaw at Charity Cricket Match, June 1969.

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Mayor Eunice Shaw at Charity Cricket Match, June 1969.

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Mayor Eunice Shaw at Charity Cricket Match, June 1969.

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St Peter's church was built in the late 1840s.

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St Peters Church was constructed in 1845 when Walsden became a Parish in its own right and no longer part of Todmorden Parish. The church was consecrated in 1848.

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Walsden from the south hillside. Centre left is the village school and below it an eastbound train heading away from the station.

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Shade, to the west of Todmorden, with the school near the centre and part of Gauxholme Viaduct bottom right. Postcard.

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Built by the Manchester & Leeds Railway in 1840 and always known by them as Gauxholme Bridge but locally referred to as Coppras House Bridge. It was one of the very first Bow String Bridges in the country along with Whiteley Arches, near Hebden…

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Townscape of the small town dominated by its mills. Date unknown.

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St Peters Church was constructed in 1845 when Walsden became a Parish in its own right and no longer part of Todmorden Parish. The church was consecrated in 1848.

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A west bound goods train approaching Walsden Station. The station opened in 1845 and closed in 1961.
A new station with ‘bus stop’ style shelters was opened in 1990 but slightly to the east of the footbridge seen here to the right.
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