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Title: Buttress and Hole in the Wall - ALC08281

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Title

Buttress and Hole in the Wall - ALC08281

Description

On the right of the photo is the original "Hole in the Wall". The wedge shaped building is the end of Royd Terrace. The buildings on the left formed "Buttress Brink", with Old Gate passing in front of the shops.

In 1899 the Hole in the Wall was rebuilt set back from the position shown here, so that the road could be widened to give better access to the market ground and the centre of Hebden Bridge, and this building was then demolished.

John Cockroft Hardman was licensee in 1898 and held the license in the new pub until 1911.

Creator

Crossley Westerman

Source

Pennine Horizons Digital Archive

Date

1890s

Rights

PHDA - Alice Longstaff Collection

Relation

Pennine Horizons Digital Archive

Identifier

ALC08281.tif

Citation

Crossley Westerman, “Buttress and Hole in the Wall - ALC08281,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed June 22, 2021, https://penninehorizons.org/items/show/18268.

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