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Showing the narrow entrance to Midgely Road. When Clough Mill, shown on the left, was demolished the road was widened.
Left to right: Margaret Collinge, Dianne Harwood, Tony Wilson, Julie Wild, newly elected President, formerly Treasurer.
Meeting room shortly before the church closed in December 2014.
View over the town from the south west. A train can be seen pulling away from the station towards Hebden Bridge.
On the left is the church of St. John the Baptist in the Wilderness and far right the Hinchliffe Arms with the road up to Withens Clough Reservoir. Note the tennis court at the rear of the church.
Postcard with 1917 postmark. This church, built in 1838 to replace a smaller church constructed in 1813, was paid for from the 'million pound fund'. An Act of Parliament allocated £1 million to build churches in the rapidly expanding industrial areas…
The lodge, at the entrance to New Cragg Hall. The hall was enlarged in 1904 by Helen and William Simpson-Hinchliffe, but destroyed by fire in 1921. The lodge is shown here with its original archway. This archway was later widened by them to allow…
Undated postcard 'Exclusive to B Adams, Newsagent, 8 New Road, Mytholmroyd'. Mytholmroyd War Memorial; St Michael's Church; Shoulder of Mutton; Cragg Vale.
Townscape prior to construction of Caldene Bridge in 1908 but after the arrival of the trams in 1901. On the hillside is Scout Road School and along the bottom the Rochdale Canal.
Undated postcard showing the Church Institute Bowling Green 22 July 1911. Behind is St Michael's Church.
Undated postcard but the image is prior to the construction of Caldene Bridge in 1908. Prominent left of centre is the Primitive Methodist Zion Chapel.
Undated postcard. Bottom centre is Scout Road leading to its junction with Cragg Road. Bottom left are the railings of the Weslyan Chapel. Running above the top of the buildings is the railway viaduct.
Postcard with August 1913 postmark. A long, westbound passenger train is passing Mytholmroyd station.
Undated postcard. The Vicarage at Mytholmroyd, situated on Cragg Road. The house is still there but no longer a vicarage. The field with the horse in it is now where a row of red brick houses stands- they are known locally as Blackpool houses…
Across the lower part of the photo are Mytholmroyd Station and Goods Shed with the structures on the Manchester 'up' line supported on stilts and the platforms extending over the viaduct. In the centre of this photo can be seen St Michael’s Church…
Poatcard with1931 postmark. Top left a tram on Burnley Road, they were withdrawn in 1936. Top right Dauber Bridge on Cragg Road and bottom right Hawksclough and bridge over the River Calder.
This church was located on Scout Road, and closed for worship in December 22014. The new organ was consecrated 24th October, 1903.
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