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These steps were made in the 1990s by the Alternative Technology Centre as part of a garden.
The industrial building top right has long gone. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
Looking along to the junction with New Road and Holme Street. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
The junction with Holme Street. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
This photo looks to be taken on Holme Street with the school on the left and Holme House on the right. Were they on their way to Westerman's studio for the wedding photograph? The shed in the background advertising cement would probably have been…
The message of Eat More Fruit and Keep Fit was certainly better than another fad of the 1920s, which advised people to actively smoke instead of eating, as it was though to help some physical problems. Many began using them as an appetite suppressant…
ALC00407. General town view c.1900. The new Birchcliffe Baptist Chapel (1899) just visible on the righthand hillside above Stubbings School but Riverside School (1908/9) being built on the land above the houses in the foreground. The Council Offices…
The tram terminus on New Road, near the junction with Holme Street, left, and Bridge Gate, right looking towards West End. The white sign on the right-hand building points to C Westerman, Photographer, on West End and the signs on the left-hand…
View of Hebden Bridge with Riverside Junior School from hillside above railway by Palace House Road
This traditional play is performed annually around the area on Good Friday Here pupils from Calder Hight School are performing outside the Post Office.
The busy junction of New Road, Holme Street, Bridge Gate and West End.
Built in 1909 as a secondary school, it has also been a Grammar School and is now Riverside Junior & Infants School.
The foundation stone laying ceremony for the Hebden Bridge Grammar School, 1908. Cllr Joseph Greenwood officiating. Sitting behind the lady in white and wearing a cap and gown is the first headmaster of the Secondary School, as it was then, Morton…
Situated on Holme Street, the brick building is the Trades Club, and behind the trees is Riverside School. The old Little Theatre has been demolished and preparations are starting for building the new one.
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