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This area is known as Clegg Nook.
Greenwood Stell & Sons Ltd. Westfield Mill, 1958.
To the centre-left of the foreground is the roof of Mytholmroyd Farm. Between the farm and the railway waiting room are the two short "back to back" terraces of Royal Fold, where the Catholic Church has been built.
The sketch and description were originally published in The Halifax Courier in 1912-1913.

Originally known as simply ‘Mytholmroyd’ and said to have given its name to the village. In a will dated 1549 Richard Draper of ‘Michomroode’ is referred…
The big chimney is Thornber's, when it was demolished it was taken down brick by brick.
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