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Clay House is a Jacobean building that is a fine example of 17th century vernacular architecture. It was built for John Clay and the Clay family around 1650, although a house owned by Robert Clay on the site is mentioned before in 1296. The grounds…

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Clay House is a Jacobean building that is a fine example of 17th century vernacular architecture. It was built for John Clay and the Clay family around 1650, although a house owned by Robert Clay on the site is mentioned before in 1296. The grounds…

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Clay House is a Jacobean building that is a fine example of 17th century vernacular architecture. It was built for John Clay and the Clay family around 1650, although a house owned by Robert Clay on the site is mentioned before in 1296. The grounds…

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Clay House is a Jacobean building that is a fine example of 17th century vernacular architecture. It was built for John Clay and the Clay family around 1650, although a house owned by Robert Clay on the site is mentioned before in 1296. The grounds…

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St John the Evangelist Church, Calder Street, West Vale was built in 1882 and last used fior worship in 1982.

Greetland and West Vale Mechanics' Hall was erected by the Greetland and West Vale Mechanics' Hall Company Limited and was intended to…

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This tram is heading back to Halifax from West Vale, terminating at the post office on Commercial Street. The Economic stores, of which there were branches all over Calderdale at one time, can be seen on the right. Wonder if the smart gentleman has…

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This tram is heading back to Halifax from West Vale, terminating at the post office on Commercial Street. The Economic stores, of which there were branches all over Calderdale at one time, can be seen on the right.

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Clay House is a Jacobean building, a fine example of seventeenth century vernacular architecture, located within a beautiful rural park in the village of West Vale, less than a mile from Elland and less than three miles from Halifax. Built c1650 for…

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On the branch from Greetland on the Calder Valley Main Line upto Holywell Green and Stainland. The line closed to passenger traffic in the 1920s and to goods in 1958.

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Beck Brow Bridge, West Vale

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On the branch from Greetland on the Calder Valley Main Line upto Holywell Green and Stainland. The line closed to passenger traffic in the 1920s and to goods in 1958.

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LYRS 2596 - West Vale Station in LMS days with a Halifax bound Railmotor. Unusually for a small station it had stone buildings on both platforms. This Railmotor LMS No. 10614 has a double bogie in addition to its articulated coach, quite a load to…

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LYRS 2595 - Hughes 0-4-0RM No 4 at West Vale Station. An intermediate Station on the Stainland Branch.

The Stainland Branch left the Calder Valley Main Line at Greetland and opened in 1875 up to near Brookroyd Mills at Holywell Green, whose owners,…

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The small intermediate station between Greetland on the Calder Valley Main Line and the Branch terminus at Holywell Green. Whilst the terminus station had only one platform West Vale has two both with stone buildings unlike some on the Main Line…
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