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Moderna blankets, made in Mytholmroyd, were guaranteed to be mothproof, fadeless, unshrinkable and odourless - and which became world-famous. The firm developed a material known as wool-fibro, which was used for making coats and clothing. In 1951,…
Amongst the advertising hoardings are posters for both the Labour and Conservative parties which suggests that this is around the time of the general election held in May 1979.
Queens Road, at the junction with Parkinson Lane. Hoardings like this were frequently used to hide demolition sites.
The planted areas in 1967, this area is now the Bridge Gate car park
Probably shortly after demolition to make way for the car park.
c1966, this was one of Calder Civic Trust's first projects - creating a small garden on a piece of long derelict land in the ownership of British Rail. The relic of this garden remains (2014) in front of the Catholic Church, which has replaced the…
The shops on the left of the picture have since been demolished and the area is now a car park, but planted areas being created here are still in use. David Fletcher is pictured wearing a knitted sweater.
The former Royal Oak on the right, now residential, and the White lion on the left as of 2015 vacant and for sale.
A reunion took place in October 2001 for all the Year One pupils in 1945.
Todmorden Industrial and Co-operative Society advertisement 1901
Todmorden Industrial and Co-operative Society, list of Directors of the Board - 1896
The price of fish, chips, tea and bread and butter is 8d. in the cafe nick named Mrs Cuddys on New Road. It was moved to the canal side on Holme Street and converted into a garage later becoming Southwells Coaches, which later became the site of the…
The wall at the bottom of Keighley Road bearing a poster dated 1903. Behind you can just see Stubbings School which was opened in 1878.
This advertisement accompanies photographs for Barker's cycle works at Millwood, 1902. In 1909 the Barker family moved to Bolton and set up a business selling and repairing motor cars.
Thwaite and Dobson, Cinderhill Mill, Castle Street, Todmorden - advertisement.
William Mitchell;, Todmorden, catalogue advertisement.
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