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Possibly discussing the demolition of the hall and if there was an alternative. Third from left is Michael Newton and next to him is David Fletcher. The man with his back to camera is Mr Oakes - retired local headmaster.
A still morning and it looks like a steam train has just gone through.
Photo taken on Blackstone Edge Road above Cragg Vale for an exhibition to increase awareness of the problem of dumping on the moors. The wind farm at Ogden can be seen on the skyline.
Photo taken from near Weasel Hall, the building with the arches, upper centre of the picture, is Stubbings Infant School, and below it the building with the clock tower is Carlton Building, which was formerly part of Hebden Bridge Co-operative…
Looking east along part of the A646 road from Todmorden to Hebden Bridge which follows the Calder Valley floor. This was once the main commercial street in the town.
Between Bridge Lanes and Heptonstall Road was a busy community, home to so many, yet passed by thousands each year as they travel up or down this busy road and see only a grassy slope with trees and bushes.

This thriving part of Hebden Bridge…
Part of an ancient packhorse route from Burnley to Halifax, as it descends into Hebden Bridge from the village of Heptonstall.
L to R, Cllr Fred Barker, David Fletcher, Douglas Houghton, M.P. at the official opening of Park Fold Wood
A rare and important example of an aisled timber-framed open hall dating to 1464 and encased in stone in late 16th century. The Hall was probably built for the Draper family, who were cloth merchants. The estate is typical of the post-medieval…
Crossley Mill is on the left and to the right of it are the houses of Machpelah.
A Grade 2 listed dating from 1897, the Town Hall is a Victorian building with a rich history having previously being used as the local fire station and council offices. In 2010 the Hebden Bridge Community Association acquired The Town Hall from…
After many years of time standing still, the iconic Carlton Buildings clock is ticking once more above Hebden Bridge.

The developers of the flats, Carlton Chambers, removed the original public clock machinery which was maintained by Hebden Royd…
The parish church of St James is in the centre of the picture. In the middle distance is Lumb Bank, the former home of Ted Hughes, with the houses of Slack on the skyline.
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