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The White Horse Hotel was an inn at least since 1851, although Barry Ledgard tells us that a licensee of the White Horse Inn, William Jackson, was charged with running a stage carriage without a licence, every Market day, to Halifax, and was caught…

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Situated on the corner of Keighley Road and Bridge Gate, this is one of the oldest buildings in Hebden Bridge.

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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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Ref: 045 Buttress and Hole in the Wall Inn. The man in the doorway of the"Hole" is actually J.C. Hardman

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The old Hole in the Wall pub on Oldgate at the bottom of Buttress. Demolished and replaced by new pub in the 1890s.

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The White Horse Hotel was an inn at least since 1851, it closed 1960, and on the Monday afternoon of 26th November, 1962, demolition workers were sending the walls of the White Horse Hotel crashing to the ground. A few hours later, across the street…

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The turnpike road at Summit, near the Todmorden - Littleborough border. In 1905 it became a terminus for the Rochdale Corporation Tramways.

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Cragg Vale Inn replaced previous Cragg Vale Inn. Thomas Whittingham, Licensed Victualler

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The old inn at the bottom of the Buttress next to the Old Bridge prior to demolition and replacement in 1899 with the building we see today.

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The old inn at the bottom of the Buttress next to the Old Bridge prior to demolition and replacement in 1899 with the building we see today.

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Situated on the Long Causeway between Blackshaw Head and Mereclough. Print from old negative. Sign above the door shows man with a gun and dog. The licensee is George Greenwood. PH3F

Keith Stansfield says: I believe the date of this photo is…
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