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Located in the old canteen building of the former Acre Mill, Old Town, the Automobilia Transport Museum opened in 1980 where it remained until 1996 when it relocated to Huddersfield. This photo is of the museum restaurant.

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Gate of Mitchell Bros., Asbestos Manufacturers

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Known locally as Lane Ends. When this picture was taken the landlord,Fred Patchett, is described as selling Ale & Porter

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Winter view from the north hillside over Hebden Bridge station and Machpelah. Old Town Mill chimney on the skyline

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Undated postcard. Although the postcard is captioned ‘Old Bridge’ it is in fact New Bridge at Midgehole below the entrance to Hardcastle Crags; the angle of the camera has hidden from view the buildings on the right of the river bank. Old Town Mill…

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The building on the left hand edge of the photo is Acre Mill, most recently used by Cape Asbestos Company before its demolition. It was associated with many people suffering from asbestosis. The building under construction on the left is coronation…

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Wainsgate Baptist Church is a redundant chapel standing in an elevated position above the town of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, England. The chapel and its attached school are recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade…

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Wainsgate Baptist Church is a redundant chapel standing in an elevated position above the town of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, England. The chapel and its attached school are recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade…

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The Hare and Hounds Inn is in the foreground and Acre Mill in the background. The mill was originally built as a textile mill but was taken over by Cape Asbestos in 1939. The company moved to Westmorland in the 1970s leaving a legacy of crippling…

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Looking over Hebden Bridge with old town and Midgley moor in the distance.

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The Rafters Restaurant at Automobilia.

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Cllr Janet McConachie, Mayor of Hebden Royd 1983-84 with Brian Collins and the Bullnose Morris at Old Town.

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Cllr Janet McConachie, Mayor of Hebden Royd 1983-84 pictured on the moor at Old Town.

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Cllr Janet McConachie, Mayor of Hebden Royd 1983-84 with Brian Collins pictured on the moor at Old Town.
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