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Formerly a weaving shed and known locally as Pickles' , this factory made artificial leather upholstery for the motor trade and later became Turn Leathers
Greens Mill in the background
Looking up the valley. Burnley Road from Todmorden passing under the railway bridge on the right. To the left a railway siding.
Portsmouth looking up towards Burnley. Just discernible right of centre the small station on the Todmorden- Burnley 'Copy Pit' line, closed 1958.
The station on the Todmorden-Burnley 'Copy Pit' line opened in 1849 and closed in 1958. Seem here looking up the line towards Burnley.
Major goit repair works at Portsmouth with the Roebuck Inn to the right of the picture, and Turn Leathers on the left.
LYRS 3523 - Road overbridge on the 'Copy Pit' line with a newly-built extension arch to accommodate a loop line; the contractor's wagons still there. The bridge near the Lancashire and Yorkshire county boundary is also known as Dean Farm Bridge as…
LYRS 5063 - The front & non-door gable of the Box and part of the level crossing.
LYRS 5062. Date unknown but the station closed to passengers in 1958 and to good in 1963.
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