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G.V. II Barn. Early C19. Hammer dressed stone, slate roof. Symmetrical basket arched cart entry has raised rusticated voussoirs with 2-light flat faced mullioned window over with hoodmould. Mistal doorways have ogee lintels and tie stone jambs.…

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In the early 1900s this was an isolation hospital.

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Location not known but believed to be Hebden Bridge.

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This picture was taken in December 1958 when demolition of the north side had just started. Above it is Hugh Street which has also been demolished.

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A warren of tenements Buttress Brink was declared unfit for human habitation and demolished in 1967.

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The Hole in the Wall is on the right, and Cross Lanes Methodist Chapel can be seen towards the top of the picture. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Hebden Bridge in the 1950s, with Buttress Brink on the left, Royd Terrace in the centre, Hole in the Wall on the right and Cross Lanes Chapel in the distance. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Hebden Bridge in the 1950s, with Buttress Brink on the left, Royd Terrace in the centre, Hole in the Wall on the right and Cross Lanes Chapel on the hill. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Taken at the north end of Church Street, Heptonstall, by Rev Haswell.

The children are L to R: Sarah Alice Wadsworth, Margaret Gill, Mary Greenwood, Richard Greenwood, Geoff Sunderland, Mick the dog, Alice Marsland, Sarah Greenwood, Winnie Holt and…

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Three hundred years ago, most of the population would be found in the farms and cottages on the upland "shelf", in areas such as Shore, Mankinholes and Bottomley. Families were self-sufficient, growing and producing most of their own food and…

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Undated postcard but the image is most likely early 1890s. Undated postcard but the image is most likely early 1890s. Hebden Cottage or Farm was on the south hillside above Hardcastle Crags at the halfway point between the Lodge at Midgehole and…

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NAME: MOOR BROOK MILLS

LOCATION: Holmfirth Road, New Mill

REF: HU 38

GRID REF: 162 088

CLASSIFICATION: B and C

CONDITION: Fully used

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Mid – late 19C

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: Formerly known as New Mill…

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The Hole in the Wall is on the right, Buttress on the left, with Royd Terrace in between. On the sky line is Cross Lanes Chapel.
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