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A consignment of Thornbers hatching eggs for export being delivered to BOAC (merged with BEA 1974)
Listed clothiers house dating from 1663.
At one time there was a school at Ladyroyd for the children of the local farms as it was a long way for them to go to Hebden Bridge, particularly in the winter.
This farm with a splendid view over Halifax has since been rebuilt.
The mill in the centre of the picture is Redman's Scarbottom Mill. The house on the extreme left is Rose Mount, Nest Lane. The wooden buildings were part of Thornber's hatchery. There are quite a few railway wagons in the sidings.
The square is Market square just off main road call Market Street. Fothergill's is now called Mango Tree.
The Grade l building built by 'Honest John' Fielden MP in the late 1860s.
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