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A building that has had several names. Originally the Liberal Rooms, it has been the home of Hebden Bridge Sports and Social Club, Crown House Hotel, Greenwood Inn, currently (2020) the Crown Inn.

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The upper floors are now apartments Originally the building was the Hebden Bridge Co-op Department Store.

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Shop at Mytholmroyd recently occupied by JMD Hardware.

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PNH00812. March 1998. Ready for a flood - shop doors protected by sandbags!

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The shop was situated on Bridge Gate, and always contained wonderful flower arrangements.

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The cottages nearest the mill were demolished to make way for a loading bay.

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This evocative view is largely unchanged today, though the buildings are significantly cleaner! Some well known names: Freeman Hardy Willis, Boots and the Union Hotel reputedly the oldest inn in Halifax. Some of the buildings at the top left were…

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Site of the former Co-op building. The shops are on Bond Street.

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The Mytholmroyd Industrial Society store is on the right.
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