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Hebden Bridge Little Theatre is on the right, centre picture is Riverside School

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Mayroyd area, Hebden Bridge. The chimney from Mayroyd Mill is just going to miss Victoria Mill. The telepone box is directly opposite the station entrance.

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The sorting sidings c.1950. Constructed in 1919 they were used to divide coal trains from the Yorkshire coalfields between those for the Manchester direction and those for the Burnley and north west. They operated 24 hours a day until closure in…

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Before conversion to residential use

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A deep ravine with many early industrial remains. The chimney is virtually all that remains of Lumb Mills. The house on the hillside is Lumb Bank, formerly the home of the poet Ted Hughes, now the home of the Arvon Foundation, a residential centre…

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Kenneth Bleasby Tennent at work on foster Mill chimney.

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There's been a pottery on this site since 17th century. The last potter, Isaac Button retired in 1965. a video can be seen at http://lakesidepottery.com/Media/Isaac-button/isaac-button-country-potter-part-1x.html

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Photographed before conversion for residential purposes.

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This photograph must be pre 24th March 1974, the date on which the cooling towers were demolished. For more information about the power station see http://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/community/nostalgia/towers-that-refused-to-die-1-1922270

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The newly built Shade School in 1904. Righthand corner the skew bridge over the Rochdale Canal with its castellated buttresses.

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General view pre-1914 over the No. 1 Viaduct and canal bridge looking up towards Walsden.

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PNH00831. View across the town with the Railway Station centre left. The locomotive and wagons date the photo at around 1880.

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PNH00830.March 1990. View over the Canal to Stoodley Pike.

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PNH00821 c.1970. Looking across the station and good yards. On the far right at the bottom of Horton Street is the large 1885 double bay entrance building, replaced in the 1980s. The sidings under the footbridge, centre, are in course of being…

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Date unknown but prior to the construction of Calder High School in 1950. Cragg Road in the foreground.

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PNH00808. c.1893. Looking over the houses to Nutclough Mill. To the left of the mill is Keighley Road before it vast retaining wall was constructed and above is Eiffel Street with 'the Tower' under construction. The two chimnies right of centre are…

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PNH00800. Mid 1960s looking over Riverside School up towards Old Town. Cross Lanes Methodist Chapel top left.
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