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The former Royal Oak on the right, now residential, and the White lion on the left as of 2015 vacant and for sale.

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Top centre Stubbings School then dropping down to the White Lion Yard and Shepherd's Garage.

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With the Royal Oak on one side of the road and the White Lion on the other, drinkers had a choice!

Pismire Hill is said to have got its name from the smell of the soiled straw from the stables of the Royal Oak Hotel.

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Above the houses the roof of St John's Church. The Church was consecrated in 1932 but became redundant and closed in1984. To the right of the church is Stubbings School.

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Erected in 1657 as King's Farm, this Grade II listed building, which backs onto the River Hebden and its weir, is the oldest hotel in Hebden Bridge.
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