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Site of the former White horse Inn and Bannisters Farm.

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Site of the former White horse Inn and Bannisters Farm.

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View from Birchcliffe Road down to the junction of Bridge Gate and Keighley Road.

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Prior to its re-alignment Commercial Street ran to the front of the White Lion as seen here with a right turn for Keighley Road. The building on the extreme left is part of the White Horse, demolished 1962, and the building centre right was…

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Re-alignment of the junction of Commercial Street and Keighley Road nearly complete. Prior to this Commercial Street ran to the door of the White lion and then turned left to go down Bridgegate or right to join Keighley Road. The open road seen here…

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The buildings on the right are part of the White Lion and the cobbles going up to the left join onto Birchcliffe Road, now blocked off at the top other than for pedestrians. Prior to demolition of the buildings at the bottom in 1959 Keighley Road…

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Situated on the corner of Keighley Road and Bridge Gate, this is one of the oldest buildings in Hebden Bridge.

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From Mrs Carol Mosley (nee Astin). Some detail as to the people shown in the photographs might be useful. The four people seated in the 'landau' are my great grandparents on my father's side. On the left are John Astin (then a fustian manufacturer in…

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Looking across the White Lion yard to Birchcliife. Behind the houses centre left is the roof of St John's Church which was consecrated in 1931 and made redundant in 1984 and converted into dwellings. To its right is Stubbings School opened 1878.

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From the Square looking up to Keighley Road; on the left Bridge Mill, used by Chorlton Bros., Wholesale Clothiers, and beyond that the White Lion and opposite it the junction of Bridge Gate with Commercial Street before it was re-aligned 1964/65 to…

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c1970. The top of the tower like building centre left contained a water tank for the sprinkle system for the Co-op building just out of view on the left.

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On the site of the ancient manorial corn mill and facing St George’s Square, where every Good Friday the local Pace Egg Play is performed, stands Bridge Mill. The present building dates from the late 18th century and was extended in the 1820s when a…
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