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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The end of Waterside Clothing Works is on the right, now demolished.

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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The firm specialised in dyeing and finishing heavy fustians, mainly moleskins, and related fabrics such as Bedford Cords, Whipcords and Cavalry twills. The firm didn't process corduroys or other pile fabrics. Much of the production was used for…

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Installation of new Belgian looms at Westfield Mill for Greenwood Stell & Sons Ltd.

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Weavers of corduroy and other types of cotton fustian fabrics. Photograph by Champion Crabtree of Bent Head.

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On the right Mayor of Todmorden, Cllr Eunice Shaw, with husband Bernard and son Phillip between them.

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L to R: Mr Parkinson, President, Mayor Eunice Shaw, John Lindsay (Borough Librarian), and Mr Jim Connolly, Secretary. The event was the presentation of a book to the library in memory of the late Arthur Leslie Greenwood.

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L to R: Bernard Shaw, Mayor Eunice Shaw, Mrs Clegg, Mr E Melville Hall, (Head), Cllr A Barker and Mr W Clegg

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The roundabout on the top right is Bull Green, and People's Park towards bottom left. Ref 415430

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Ref 086251 Brunswick House was originally built as a church but was converted for industrial use when that closed in the 1930s. It has since been demolished and the area used for social housing.

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This building was originally built in 1895 for the Halifax and Huddersfield Union Banking Company Ltd (aka The Union Bank). After merging with the Halifax Joint Stock Bank in 1910 it was amalgamated with Lloyds in 1919.

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This building was originally built in 1895 for the Halifax and Huddersfield Union Banking Company Ltd (aka The Union Bank). After merging with the Halifax Joint Stock Bank in 1910 it was amalgamated with Lloyds in 1919.

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This building was originally built in 1895 for the Halifax and Huddersfield Union Banking Company Ltd (aka The Union Bank). After merging with the Halifax Joint Stock Bank in 1910 it was amalgamated with Lloyds in 1919.

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Todmorden has had a market since 1802.

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The River Calder flows from left to right in this photo. The cemetery, top right, is off Sowerby New Road. Ref 419159

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Hollins Mill Lane runs top left to the right to the picture. Sowerby Bridge cricket ground is bottom left. Tuel Lane runs down the picture from centre top. Ref 419160

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Stubbings School is just above the centre of this photo, and top right is the Birchcliffe Centre. Ref 419158

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Wakefield Road runs across the bottom of this picture with the canal and river running parallel to it, and the railway at the top of the photo. Ref 419162
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