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View down Wadsworth Lane to where ir becomes Birchcliffe Road. Hebden Dale going off to the right at the top.
More or less centre of the photo is Dodd Naze housing on Wadsworth Lane and centre the landmark chimney of the former Calder Mill.
The houses on the right are Cliffe Royd and to their left terraced houses on Blenheim Street. Heptonstall Road climbing up to the village.
The rear of the estate on the right with Wadsworth Lane climbing up. On the sky line Mount Skip, a pub at the time this photo was taken but no longer so. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
The house and adjoning barn were left derelict for many years but restored c.2013. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
Born in Northowram, Halifax, in 1738 the Rev Dan Taylor came to Hebden Bridge and held meetings in a room at Higher Needless near the top of Wadsworth Lane. As his congregation grew larger premises were required and a Chapel on Sandy Gate was opened…
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