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The town centre road junctions with the magnificent Town Hall on the right.

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Brighouse Wood Row, Brighouse SE 12 SW 3/29 Nos. 7 to 21 (odd)

Grade II

Row of cottages. Late C18. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof. Two storey 5-bay front. Each bay has doorway Kith monolithic jambs and 3-light flat faced mullioned…

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Brighouse Wood Row, Brighouse SE 12 SW 3/29 Nos. 7 to 21 (odd)

Grade II

Row of cottages. Late C18. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof. Two storey 5-bay front. Each bay has doorway Kith monolithic jambs and 3-light flat faced mullioned…

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Todmorden No.4 bus first registered in 1907.

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Todmorden No.23 bus first registered in 1924

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Todmorden number 23 at the Town Hall terminus, it is a Leyland SG2. New in May 1924. Withdrawn 1929.

St Mary's Crypt is on the left.

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An interesting shot of WT1843, new in May 1924. A Leyland SGH2 with a Phoenix body built locally at the body building/repair shed on Phoenix Street, Todmorden, across the main road from Millwood Depot. Seen here making a left turn into Rochdale Road…

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The bus registered WT1843 , fleet number 20 is waiting for departure to Bacup from here outside the Church Street Bus & Parcels Office. It was a Leyland SGH2, being delivered in 1924 along with number 21. First recorded as having a Hickman body but…

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Bus number 23, registration number WT4437, seen here at the Town Hall terminus is of May 1924 vintage. It is a Leyland SG2 model, chassis number 18198 carrying a Leyland body. It was an open top and was variously quoted as being either a 48 or 52…

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E.A.A. Stone Dam Mills is now a furniture store. The other buildings have since been demolished.

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Stone Dam Mill is now used (2015) as a furniture shop.

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Ref 093255. All the buildings in this view have gone, as has Weymouth Street itself. The site is now occupied by the Broad Street Plaza.

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The old Woolshops in Halifax. These buildings were demolished in the early 1980s.

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The terrace of houses is possibly Willow Bank. This was before the new stretch of road for the entrance to the Tesco Superstore was constructed.

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The new bus station can be seen in the centre with the tower of the town Hall behind, and the retained frontage of the old chapel on the right.

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Top right is where this street crosses Southgate.

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A view down Woolshops. All the buildings visible were later demolished and replaced.
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