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Kershaw Road, Foulclough. 1936 or 38.

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The building on the extreme left, formerly the Freemason's Arms, was known as the 'red house', and is now apartments. The next 2 buildings have since been demolished, the next is now a cafe known as No 72 Burnley Road. 1916

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Cleaning up after the floods of September 1954. From the left: Fred Sayer, Mary Sayer, Paul Sayer, June Halmshaw, later Hoyle, Lidia holding Dianne Sayer.

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Flooded Wellington Road. Date unknown.

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Flood water at the junction of Garden Street and Victoria Road. Date unknown.

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Flood water pouring down Victoria Road towards Burnley Road, Date unknown.

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Looking down Burnley Road towards the town centre viaduct. Date unknown.

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Flood water pouring onto Burnley Road, Todmorden (Gandy Bridge)

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After the flood at the junction of Moss Lane and Hanginroyd Lane. The building on the left has had many uses: Pentecostal Church, at the time of this picture a school, and later an ice-cream factory.

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Flood damage to the mill. Not a textile mill but a flour mill on Bridge Lanes, today the site of the Day Centre and car park. Has anyone any idea of date? From a stereographic photo.
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