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The aisled halls of the Halifax region form a unique group within the north of England. Dating from the 14th century they are evidence of the prosperity of the medieval yeoman clothier who wished to demonstrate his wealth by building a large…
Taken from behind Boothroyd looking over Hardcastle Crags at the Shackketon hillside.
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.
Taken before the construction of Caldene Bridge in 1908. St Michael's Church and Sunday School can be seen towards the centre of the picture, and Broadbottom farm in the distance on the left. Along the bottom is the station and goods shed but before…
Now the site of Hebden Hey Scout Hostel, this was a popular camping venue in the early 1900s.
(north-west side)

1/28 Old Bent House
and Bent House
(formerly listed
2/1/67 as Old Bent House)

G.V. II*
House. "IMS 1691" (John and Mary Scott) on door and porch lintels but with C19 and C20 additions.…
Cragg road runs across the bottom of the picture, and Dean Hey is to the bottom right of the picture.
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