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Picture showing original rows of seats still in place but in a dirty condition.
The main centre stairs which were used as the main entrance to No1 screen can still be seen at the bottom of the picture.
Taken in the winter of 2016, using a Nikon D800 and a 135mm AIS prime Nikon Lens.

This view had previously been obscured by the trees in the foreground which had recently been removed.
Cabinet Photograph
Cabinet Photograph
Carte de Visite
Tinted lithograph of the station by A. F. Tait from his book 'Views on the Manchester & Leeds Railway, published in 1845. This section of the line had opened in October 1840.
Tinted lithograph of Whitely Arches by A. F. Tait from his book 'Views on the Manchester & Leeds Railway' published in 1845. The valley is so narrow at this point with the river, canal and turnpike all squeezed into the valley bottom that with the…
Lithograph by A. F. Tait dated 1845 from Views of the Manchester & Leeds Railway. Drawn from Nature and stone.
The Todmorden viaduct, laid out on a curve, comprising nine spans. The stone came from Lobb Quarry, near Dobroyd Castle. Drawing by A. F. Tait
The skew bridge passing over the Rochdale Canal at Gauxholme with a clear span of 101 ft. The castellated abutments of solid masonry were brought from Knowlwood Quarry. Along with Whiteley Arches at Charlestown this was one of the first bow string…
A general view from Holebottom showing the railway cutting across the centre of the town. Clearly visible on the right are Christ Church and its Vicarage. The former Ridgefoot Mill complex can be seen abutting the viaduct.

From a lithograph by…
Looking over towards Midgehole Road from Lee wood, Pecket Well on the horizon.
Winners of the Yorkshire Rugby Union Challenge Cup, Season 1899-1900. Inset, L to r: R.W. Collinson, D.G. Wheelwright. Standing: G.B. Whitaker (President), W.W. Cunliffe (Hon Treasurer), P. Carter, E.F. Fookes, H. Clark, W. Newell, C. Milnes, G.…

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Photograph was specially commended in Pennine Magazine photographic competition. Taken prior to its conversion to residential apartments.
Specially commended in Pennine Magazine photographic competition
The tower to the left of centre is Wainhouse Tower and the building in the top right is Crossley and Porter "orphanage" and later a Grammar School.
The Maritime Museum, St George's Quay, Lancaster. 19th Oct 1989 - PNH00215
Inez Norrish was a Light opera dancer. One of many portraits taken in Westerman's Studio, West End, Hebden Bridge.
The message of Eat More Fruit and Keep Fit was certainly better than another fad of the 1920s, which advised people to actively smoke instead of eating, as it was though to help some physical problems. Many began using them as an appetite suppressant…
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