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Built around 1580 this is probably the oldest surviving house in the village. The building with the red windows was at one time Heptonstall Co-op.

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Postcard of a print from 1893, drawn by Joseph Rideal Smith and printed by Stott Brothers, lithographers of Halifax, from Smith's series of a dozen views, "Old Halifax", the set selling for 50 shillings. So commercially successful were Smith's…

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These busy shopping streets are little changed today, apart from being considerably cleaner! The building on the left on Southgate was rebuilt and was for many years a Woolworth's. The Northgate view on the right shows the buildings which were…

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This is a view of the North end of Market Street and the top of Gaol Lane. The same view in 2015 would show the library and council buildings.

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Probably late 1950s, early 1960s, prior to demolition.

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The unusual octagonal Grade ll Listed Chapel which was built in 1764 and was one of the earliest Wesleyan Chapels in the country. It was built following one of John Wesley's many visits to Heptonstall where he had a large following.

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The plaque bearing the date 1736 is on a building which used to be part of the Cross Inn. The initials are for Henry and Elizabeth Foster, who had the house built.

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The plaque bearing the date 1736 is on a building which used to be part of the Cross Inn. The initials are for Henry and Elizabeth Foster, who had the house built.

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Northgate, Heptonstall
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