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Looking across Hangingroyd and Nutclough Mills to Birchcliffe late 1880s.

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View over the town from Fairfield looking up Hebden Dale about 1900. Bottom centre St Thomas' Catholic Church and next to it Pallis House.

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Looking up Colden Clough. Above St James' Church Upper and Lower Eaves Mills, below the church Mytholm Hall and to the left Pickles, which became Brown's, engineering works.

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Looking up Hebden Dale to Hardcastle Crags. In the foreground Midgehole Lower Mill and on the right Midgehole Upper Mill.

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Looking up the valley from above St James' Church. In the distance Calderside Mill and Whiteley Arches.

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Looking across to Wadsworth with Calder Mill prominent in the foreground.

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View over the railway station to the town and Heptonstall hillside. Bottom right the municipal gas works at Crow Nest. The station wedged between the railway warehouse and Victoria Mill.

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The Foster Lane chapel opened in 1904 and was closed and demolished in the mid-1960s. On the hillside top left is Cross Lanes United Methodist Chapel which had opened in 1840 but that too closed and was demolished in the 1960s. To the right is Foster…

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Redman Bros' Foster Mill after the fire of 1888. The mill was re-built.

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Looking over to Heptonstall Road with Heptonstall Church on the skyline. Early 20th century prior to building of Riverside School in 1909.

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Behind the viaduct is Calderside Mill built in the 1820s by John Whiteley, after whom the viaduct came to be named. Reputedly it had the tallest chimney in the valley.

The bridge over the canal was a very early skew bridge and also one of the very…

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Looking down on Midgehole towards Crimsworth Dean and the entrance to Hardcastle Crags.

On the left foreground is New Bridge Mill, a former fustian manufacturing mill, water powered but supplemented by steam in times of drought. By the late 1890s…

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Gibson Mill, or Lord Holme Mill, at the heart of the Crags. Originally a water powered Cotton mill, subsequently supplemented by steam. By the 1890s it had become an 'entertainment emporium' providing for the vast number of visitors to the Crags…

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View over New Bridge looking up Crimsworth Dene. Bottom left New Bridge Mill and in the centre the Gate Lodge and The Drive through Hardcastle Crags.

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ST. GEORGE'S BRIDGE, Hebden Bridge. was built in 1899, the cost being met by public subscription plus a grant from the West Riding County Council. The bridge had a very steep gradient, and before it was altered a chain horse was needed by loaded…

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Back of Foster Mill, Hebden Bridge
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