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The mill on New Road and next to the Rochdale Canal was destroyed by fire in December 1964 but by that time it was used for storing Moderna blankets. All that was left was the boiler house, seen here, but that too was subsequently demolished and…
Bottom right Calder Holmes with part of Crossley Mill, destroyed by fire 1964. At the bottom St Thomas's Catholic Church and Presbytery. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
Across Calder Holme is Crossley Mill destroyed by fire in 1964; bottom right the two bays and hoist of the station warehouse destroyed by fire 1969. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
Looking over Hebden Bridge from Wood Top area. Bottom centre gas holder on Station Road and Crossley Mill above it. The mill was destroyed by fire in 1964. On the hill below Heptonstall Cross Lanes Methodist Chapel destroyed mid 1960s. Part of the…
Crossley Mill is to be found in the centre of the right hand edge of the picture. The main building of the Co-operative Industrial Society, Carlton Buildings, is in the centre of the photo, with Hope Baptist Church, in the foreground. Heptonstall…
The houses in the left foreground are opposite the Marina. The two storey building being the Railway Hotel, the right hand end of the building next to it is Croft House. The tall chimney to the right will be at Crossley Mill.
Bottom centre the passenger station and to its left the large railway warehouse and goods sidings. Above them can be seen Riverside School, originally Hebden Bridge Grammar School which opened 1909. At the top of Station Road by Princes Bridge is…
View across the railway station to the town. The passenger station, re-built 1891/2, wedged between Victoria Mill to its right and the large railway warehouse to the left and beyond it Crossley Mill. Bottom right the Crow Nest Works of the joint…
ALC00406. View of the town and its mills c.1895. Behind Hope Baptist Chapel the large Co-Op Bulding and clock tower completed 1889 but looking left from it the Council Offices (1896) not yet built. Just visible lower right are railway wagons in the…
Derek Pollard identified the chimney as that of Crossley Mill, which is beside the canal in Hebden Bridge. Have these people a ringside view of something happening on what is now Calder Holmes Park, a football match perhaps?
Machpelah is on the right, Croft House in centre of the picture, Crossley Mill on the left, behind the chimney of which can be seen Queen's Terrace on Heptonstall Road.
The back of Crossley Mill is on the left foreground, next to it are the 3 storey houses of New Road. Opposite them you can just make out the weaver's windows of Machpelah.
Crossley Mill on the Rochdale Canal, Hebden Bridge, March 1972.

Having undergone considerable restoration the mill now houses a children's nursery. (2013).
Crossley Mills in the centre of the picture, note the number of railway trucks in the foreground.
Date unknown but seemingly prior to the building of the Council offices in 1897/8 but after the enlargement of the impressive Co-op building with its clock tower in 1889, seen here behind Hope Baptist Chapel.
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