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PNH00805. Collapsed wall at the bottom of Bankfoot.

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PNH00804. Collapsed wall at the bottom of Bankfoot.

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View over Palace House Road to Mayroyd Mill and Royd House from the north; the Dodnaze housing estate built in the 1950s and 60s above on the hillside.

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Winter view from the north hillside over Hebden Bridge station and Machpelah. Old Town Mill chimney on the skyline

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A view looking towards Todmorden from Cliviger. The A646 is on the right of the picture. The railway running from the right to Chatham Bridge in the centre is the Burnley Branch from Todmorden or the Copy Pit Line as it is usually known after theā€¦

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Possibly Nook Lane Wadsworth.

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Probably taken from Nook Lane looking over Lane Ends Lane and Ibbotroyd Clough.

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On the right houses on Fairfield and diagonally above them Horsehold and to their right Dodd Naze. On the right hand hillside houses on the Heptonstall estate.

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The town is out of sight hidden by the buildings but the steep cut of the Upper Calder Valley is very noticeable.

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Looking up in the direction of Stoodley Pike which is off the photo to the right.

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Erringden Grange taken from Kilnshaw Lane in a NE direction?

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Erringden Grange taken from Kilnshaw Lane in a southerly direction

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Sunday School procession on Cross Hill at the top of Smithwell Lane, late 19th or early 20th century.

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The cottage is on the steep packhorse road from Heptonstall to Haworth via Midgehole and Pecket Well.

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Looking down Hebden Dale to Hebden Bridge the house is off the old Packhorse Road from Heptonstall to Haworth via Midgehole and Pecket Well.
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