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  • Date contains "1940s"

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Mr B. Pickles in 1947. This Todmorden bus No. 9 was first registered in 1947.

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Burnley bus terminus at the cattle market.

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Todmorden bus first registered in 1948

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Annie attending a fortnight's study school at Cambridge, from Adult Education at Manchester. Front row - 1st on left. OH84/145-146

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Flood in Market Street, Hebden Bridge, possibly 1946

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Flood in Market Street, Hebden Bridge, possibly 1946

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Undated postcard. Centre of photo is the Dodnaze Estate with steel fabricated houses built in 1947 fronting onto Wadsworth Lane. In the centre is Calder Mill with its landmark chimney; the mill was gutted by fire November 1964.

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Undated postcard. Right of centre is the Dodnaze Estate with steel fabricated houses built in 1947 fronting onto Wadsworth Lane. In the centre is Calder Mill with its landmark chimney; the mill was gutted by fire November 1964.

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Postcard with July 1942 postmark, but the photo is probably much earlier. Callis is between Hebden Bridge and Eastwood.

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Postcard with July 1947 postmark. Scarbottom Mill is in the centre. Cragg Road can be seen at the bottom right of the photo.

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Hebden Bridge Grammar School football team 1947 –’48. Sir Bernard, seated first right, started his career in journalism not long after this photo was taken. Taken at the Alice Longstaff Studio, West End, Hebden Bridge. Old code No. AT002 ALGC.

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Hebden Bridge's three bridges town centre bridges over Hebden Water. St Georges Bridge (1892), Old Bridge (1510), West End Bridge (1771). To the left the chimney of Bridge Mill. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
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