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The distinctive arches in the centre of the picture are Stubbings Infants School. To the left of the school is St John’s Church which closed in the 1960s and was subsequently converted into a residential property. The old Birchcliffe Chapel and…
An interesting shot with St John's church in the valley, and Church Bank Mill with the school behind it. Note how bare the hillside looks. Turvin Mill is to the right.
Looking upstream from West End Bridge with Old Gate on the left and on the right the rear of now demolished buildings on Bridge Gate. Above these is St John's Church now replaced by housing. Only the cottages in the centre on the left have been…
Looking over to Keighley Road with its large retaining wall and top right St John's Church on the Stubbings hillside. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
In front is Lees Yard soon after the demolition of the White Horse Inn. On the left is part of Hebden Bridge Co-operative Society, now Waite's bakery. The building on the right was also part of the Co-operative Society and is now the Carlton…
Above the bridge the top of St John's C of E Church, now converted into dwellings. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
Above the houses the roof of St John's Church. The Church was consecrated in 1932 but became redundant and closed in1984. To the right of the church is Stubbings School.
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