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A view of the town from high up in Wainhouse Tower. There appears to be cleared areas and new development, although the date is unknown. St Jude's Church can be seen top right.
Thankfully this area of Halifax has not been developed and remains a popular location to this day for dog walkers, runners, sports activities and the annual agricultural show and carnival.
This scene today is very similar but there are very many more trees and no trams of course. The building top left is Crossley Heath School and the ever present Wainhouse Tower is in the centre of the shot. The smart lady in the trap is accompanied by…
Cllr Janet McConachie, Mayor of Hebden Royd 1983-84 with Brian Collins pictured on the moor at Old Town.
Photo from the Bill Marsden Collection used on this postcard in aid of Overgate Hospice, Elland.
11th November 1996 looks like it was a bleak day to be visiting Top Withens on Haworth moor.
Lower Walshaw Dean Reservoir in background
Located above Todmorden at 438m (1437 ft) above sea level.
The road on the right of the stream goes to Gorple Reservoirs. The white building is the Packhorse Inn.

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