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This was once the main building of the former Hebden Bridge Industrial Co-operative Society. The first floor at one time housed a large reception room, popular for dancing. Later it became the Carlton Hotel but now the the top two floors have been…
At the left hand end of the closest row of houses is the "Tin Tabernacle".
Cross Lanes Methodist Chapel is in the top left hand corner of the photo, with the Manse being in the top centre at the top of the photo. From the Manse Moss Lane runs down the hill, the house with the smoke and the gardens is Slater Bank.

On the right of the photo is the original "Hole in the Wall". The wedge shaped building is the end of Royd Terrace. The buildings on the left formed "Buttress Brink", with Old Gate passing in front of the shops.

In 1899 the Hole in the Wall was…
Photo taken at the top of Bridge Lanes, Hebden Bridge. The road to the left is Heptonstall Road. The houses on the right composed "High Street" which were demolished in the 1960's, being classed as being unfit for habitation.
In the top left hand corner is the road to Heptonstall, with Cross Lanes Chapel close by. The white house in the foreground is Palace House after which Palace House Road is named. The large building to the right of centre is Hope Baptist Church.
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