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MYTHOLMROYD COUNTY BRIDGE. The first reference to this bridge is in Holinshed's Chronicles (1577) where the river Calder is described as receiving "one rill neere Elphabrught Bridge." Elphabrough Hall was an important hall on the Cragg Vale bank of…

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HAWKSCLOUGH BRIDGE, Mytholmroyd, is a single-arch stone bridge over the Calder thought to be at least 200 years old. It was built to serve Hawksclough Manor, now known as Hawksclough Farm. The house was extended in 1735 and the bridge may have been…

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Taken from the junction of Burnley Road and New Road.

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The chalybeate well that gives the area its name is to the left of this picture.

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1960. Rear of the 'up' Manchester Platform across the viaduct. The platforms not only extended across the viaduct but overhung it supported by massive brackets as seen here. This was not without incident and on more than one occasion flags and and…

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The building on the right was at one time a toll house. The sign is advertising Players Navy Cut. Dauber Bridge passes over Cragg Brook.

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The footbridge over the Elphin Brook with the Shoulder of Mutton on the left and the sheltered housing of Elphaborough on the right.

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The Shoulder of Mutton is on the left and the sheltered housing of Elphaborough on the right.

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Construction of the bridge over the River Calder in 1907. The bridge was opened in 1908 and appeared in the Engineering and Building journal, that as it was the first pre-cast concrete bridge to be built in this country.

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Caldene Bridge c1907. The bridge was opened in 1908 and appeared in the Engineering and Building journal, that as it was the first pre-cast concrete bridge to be built in this country.

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Burnley Road from the junction with Caldene Avenue looking towards Halifax.

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Junction of Caldene Avenue and Burnley Road.

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Flood prevention work at County Bridge, Mytholmroyd reveals timber foundation of the bridge built 400 years ago.

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Showing the rear of the 'up' Manchester Platform across the viaduct. The platforms not only extended across the viaduct but overhung it supported by massive brackets as seen here. This was not without incident and on more than one occasion flags and…
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