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The building featured here was demolished and a bank built on the site. Later that was demolished and another bank built, which in its turn was demolished.

St Mary's Church can be seen on the left, and the coal merchant's was run by author Billy…

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Horsebus 1890 - This three-in-hand double-decker is thought to be travelling towards Eastwood. It has also been suggested that the bus may be transporting a party of chapel-goers on a day's outing, perhaps to Hardcastle Crags or Blake Dean. Prior to…

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1898 Todmorden Christmas Card

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More or less in the centre the 'new' Birchcliffe Baptist Chapel in course of construction with the old Chapel above it to the left. Lower centre Nutclough Mill with part of Hangingroyd Mill and Hebden Works below.

Hebden Bridge's famous…

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Bottom right of centre is Hangingroyd Mill and Hebden Works with Nutclough Mill before it was extended to the left. Above and top centre is the old Birchcliffe Baptist Chapel.

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Possibly Nanny with baby. Rawson Family collection of glass negatives. C1890

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The central stores of the Todmorden Co-op on Dale Street, shown in its Jubilee year, 1896.

The co-operative movement in Todmorden started in the early 19th Century and expanded rapidly for the next 100 years. From one small store, the movement…

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Todmorden Industrial and Co-operative Society, list of Directors of the Board - 1896

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Aftermath of the fire at Boy Mill, Luddenden Foot in 1893. At the time the building was occupied by James Clay & Sons Ltd

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This Post Card shows the view down Bridge Gate, Hebden Bridge, towards West End where the Jubilee Arch can be just made out. Notice the sets making up the road surface. The old bridge is just behind the photographer and Cumberland House is on the…

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The procession is going up Smith Well Lane. The ladies and gentlemen are carrying books which might be hymn books suggesting they are singing as they go. Notice the Union Jack flags from several houses and the decorated arch at the top of Towngate in…

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The procession is going up Smith Well Lane. The banner indicates the Wesleyan Sunday School at Heptonstall. Notice the Union Jack flags from several houses and the decorated arch at the top of Towngate in the distance. Postcard.

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This was probably to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. From a stereographic photograph.

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West End, Hebden Bridge. Obviously an exciting event by the number of people watching. Note how many ladies are wearing shawls. From a stereographic photograph.

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Today the site of Hebden Hey Scout Hostel. In the 1890s it became Thornton's Tea Rooms and campsite and later converted into Cosy Corner Guest House and Cafe with camping. The gentlemen probably some of the large number of visitors who came to the…

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This was probably to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. From a stereographic photograph.

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This sign was on the old Hole in the Wall inn at the bottom of Buttress. The building was demolished in the late 1890s and replaced with the present building, which opened its doors in 1899.

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The old Birchcliffe Chapel can be seen with the graveyard visible before it was colonised by trees. Being built is the new Birchcliffe Chapel which was completed in 1898. Chapel Avenue is just a building site!

Nutclough Mill is in the centre of…

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Nutclough Mill is central to the picture with the old Birchcliffe Chapel top right.
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