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The tourist Information Centre occupied this building at West end, Hebden Bridge from 1986 until it was relocated in 2003. The empty building looked very sad so Hebden Bridge literary and Scientific Society mounted an exhibition in the window,

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Formally 018BM. New Road, Hebden Bridge, c1989

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Showing the rear of Westbourne House. The low building on the left was at one time a stable.

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Looking east, the Birchcliffe hillside is to the left of the picture.

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Old Gate is to the left. Nickies Cafe was a popular haunt for young people in the 1950s. It was pulled down in the 1960s as part of the West End Improvement Area.

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The rear of Nickies Cafe, which was pulled down in the 1960s as part of the West End Improvement Area.

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The improved junction of old Gate and West End. The mill on Bridge Gate can be seen to the right hand edge of the picture, just to the left of it is Zion Chapel, and to the left of that is the parish church of St Johns.

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The little building to the left of the picture was an abattoir To the right is the rear of Westbourne House.

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Situated at the junction of Old Gate and West End, this was a popular meeting place for the teenagers of the day.

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Situated at the junction of Old Gate and West End, this was a popular meeting place for the teenagers of the day. to the right of the cafe Bridge Gate Mill can be seen.

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Probably early 1920s. The photo was taken at the junction of Bridge Gate, Holme Street and New Road. Many years later these premises became the Tourist Information Centre.

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A temporary footbridge was constructed for use whilst the main bridge was being repaired.

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A temporary footbridge was constructed for use whilst the main bridge was being repaired.

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Looking towards West End and the junction with Holme Street and Bridge Gate. Note the Yorkshire Penny Bank. The roof line of Queens Terrace can just be seen over the roof of Timothy Whites and Taylors. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society…

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The junction of New Road, Holme Street and Bridge Gate to the right. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Nicky's Cafe on the junction of Old Gate and Market Street, demolished mid-1960s to open up the junction. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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To the left of Nicky's Cafe in the centre is the narrow entrance to Old Gate. The cafe was demolished mid-1960s to open up the junction. To the right of the cafe is a large clothing shop on Bridge Gate now the site of the car park. The road sign is…

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Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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The building in the centre of the picture is the rear of Nickies cafe. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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This photographic studio was at 25 West End, Hebden Bridge
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