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Robinwood Mill on the right with Stoodley Pike on the skyline and the Burnley - Todmorden railway, the Copy Pit Line, on the left which was once threatened with closure but now has hourly Blackpool - York and Blackburn - Manchester services.
Donated by Margaret Harrison
During restoration work on the Rochdale Canal. The metal trough bridge crossing the canal at the western end of the long rambling Gauxholme Viaduct.
A good view with the Todmorden - Burnley railway line and road in close proximity in the valley bottom. The spire of St Michael's and All Angels Church can be seen left of centre of the shot.
A view of the Todmorden - Burnley railway, the Copy Pit Line, with Mons Mill, demolished in 2000, to the right of the picture.
A view looking towards Todmorden from Cliviger. The A646 is on the right of the picture. The railway running from the right to Chatham Bridge in the centre is the Burnley Branch from Todmorden or the Copy Pit Line as it is usually known after the…
A good view of Cornholme with Bobbin Mill Close in the bottom centre, and Stoodley Pike on the far horizon. The railwayis the Burbley Branch from Todmorden or the Copy Pit Line as it is usually known.
View over Gauxholme/Copprashouse with the tower of Dobroyd Castle visible above it. Bottom right Shade School.
View over Gauxholme with the railway on the left curving to cross the Gauxholme Viaduct with the tower of Dobroyd Castle visible above it.
View towards Todmorden with the tower of Dobroyd Castle above the distant trees left of centre. The railway was built 1840 by the Manchester & Leeds Railway.
In the centre, over the river from the playground, one of the buildings of Hangingroyd Mill in a derelict condition with the mill yard used for parking for Shepherds wagons, now the site of Waterside Fold. The building on the right was also part of…
In the centre of the photo is Foster Mill and above it Hollins and on the top of the hillside houses in Heptonstall.
The town is out of sight hidden by the buildings but the steep cut of the Upper Calder Valley is very noticeable.
Looking down from its junction with Keighley Road. Going off to the right is Lees Road which was part of the original 1815 turnpike road to Keighley.
View of Hebden Bridge with Riverside Junior School from hillside above railway by Palace House Road
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