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Halifax Road, Todmorden, taken from above Lob Mill

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The newly built Shade School in 1904. Righthand corner the skew bridge over the Rochdale Canal with its castellated buttresses.

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General view pre-1914 over the No. 1 Viaduct and canal bridge looking up towards Walsden.

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PNH00821 c.1970. Looking across the station and good yards. On the far right at the bottom of Horton Street is the large 1885 double bay entrance building, replaced in the 1980s. The sidings under the footbridge, centre, are in course of being…

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Replacing the original 1840 bowstring, or trussed frame, bridge over the Rochdale Canal with the metal trough bridge we see today. To the right the tall chimney of the former Calderside Mill.

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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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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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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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Undated postcard. During the construction of Walshaw Dean reservoirs for Halifax Corporation a railway or tramway was built from near Heptonstall up to the sites to transport materials, supplies and the navvies from the shanty town near Heptonstall…

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Undated postcard and the sender's message reads:
"This bridge was a wood one and crossed from one Hill to the other it was put up when working at our Water works for the men it is now blown down as it began to rot & one lady was looking over when one…

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The road in front of the chapel goes to Lumbutts., and Gauxholme arches are just below the centre of the picture/

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The viaduct from the station to Beacon Hill Tunnel on the Bradford/Leeds line and just off the image to the right the preserved coal drops. Centre right the lighter stone work covers the abutment to the former viaduct that carried the line to North…

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Repairing the fence on the unusual viaduct platform. The station is well above the valley floor resulting in the platforms running along the length of the viaduct but they also overhung it supported by massive brackets. The now disused station…

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The railway viaduct and Shoulder of Mutton Inn. Postcard dated 1984

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Postcard dated September 1936. Todmorden Town Hall straddles the Walsden Water and was situated in both Lancashire and Yorkshire until the county boundary was moved on January 1st 1888. Designed by John Gibson of Westminster, this Grade 1…

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On the right hand edge of the photo is Todmorden Town Hall. The viaduct takes the former Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway through the centre of Todmorden as the railway line approaches Todmorden station.

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Postcard, possibly dated 1909, addressed to Mr Willie Spencer, Chatburn C Jennings Hotel Luddenden Foot. The mill to the right is Robin Wood Mill, The viaduct takes the railway from Todmorden to Burnley. The three gabled building is the former Robin…

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A good view of the Todmorden - Burnley railway line, the Copy Pit Line, and Lydgate or Nott Wood Viaduct. In the distance Mons Mill, demolished in 2000, and Stoodley Pike on the skyline top left.

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North Street, Burnley Road, Todmorden. The 3 storey buuilding in the centre of the picture is where the market is today.

This was the early terminus for bus services along Burnley Road. The vehicle in shot is believed to be a Ryknield, number 5.…

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North Street, between the Town Hall and the viaduct, Todmorden. The building underneath the arch housed road salt. Note the train on the viaduct.

Bus number 2, registration number C-1503 and with its replacement single deck body following an…
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