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Playing on Midgley Recreation Ground, Oats Royd Mill is in the background.

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Left to right: Mr Lawton, with brothers Jim and William Thomas.

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A huge sawmill employing over 100 people making nothing but soles for clogs. For further information see: http://www.clogs.co.uk/history.htm

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Fielden Bros, Waterside Mill, Todmorden. c1912.

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David Stinton of Pennine Book Binders, Oct 1986.

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Talk by David Fletcher being given to a group.

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Can anyone identify the site? This looks very much like a volunteer gang. As there is only a single track it is almost certainly a heritage line.

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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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Free Masons Arms, Blind Lane, Burnley Road. Date unknown but pre First World War.

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PNH00828. C.1914. The town Hall was opened April 1875. "The town hall in Todmorden straddles the River Calder and was situated in both Lancashire and Yorkshire until the county boundary was moved on January 1 1888. Designed by John Gibson of…

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PNH00822. View across People's Park. Date unknown.

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1939. Replacing the original 1840 bowstring, or trussed frame, bridge over the Rochdale Canal with the metal trough bridge we see today.

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A surviving four passenger Governess Cart. Second from right is Donald Taylor.

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Concert and family fun day, with a bouncy castle for the children.

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The Archbishop of York plants a tree in the grounds of the Birchcliffe Centre
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