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The church was re-ordered in the 1960s following a legacy from Abraham Gibson.

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Fielden Bros, Waterside Mill, Todmorden. c1912.

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This is a drying machine. After cloth was dyed or washed, it passed through this machine which consisted of cylinders, which were about 1.5 meters long and made of copper or brass. The cylinders were heated by steam and rotated thus drying the…

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Built in 1894 for the Queen Street Manufacturing Company the mill closed on the 12th March 1982 and was mothballed. The worlds only surviving 19th century steam powered weaving mill. Bringing steam powered weaving to life.

On the outskirts of…

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Interior of the Hostel building

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Queen Street Mill, Briercliffe near Burnley. 1984

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Previously Birchcliffe Baptist Church, this Grade 2 listed buiding is now owned by Pennine Heritage. A floor was put in at balcony level, seen here, so that office space could be created underneath.

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April 1987, during restoration.

Mount Zion Baptist Church Slack, Heptonstall, was built in 1808 by a breakaway group from Birchcliffe Chapel in Hebden Bridge, but the present building dates from 1878.

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St Michael's, Mytholmroyd

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Heavy-lifting machinery in the new Crescent Street premises.

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Looking across the former weaving shed of Crow Carr Ings Mill with its polished maple wood floor, May 1993.

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Looking across the former weaving shed of Crow Carr Ings Mill with its polished maple wood floor, May 1993.

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Heavy-lifting machinery in the new Crescent Street premises.

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Garment manufacturing in the former weaving shed at Crescent Mill, 1984. Bentwood Bros., closed the Todmorden factory in May 1992 and the premises are now occupied by the Todmorden Motor Co. (1993).

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Garment manufacturing in the former weaving shed at Crescent Mill, 1984. Bentwood Bros., closed the Todmorden factory in May 1992 and the premises are now occupied by the Todmorden Motor Co. (1993).
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