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The chimney is at Bankfoot Mill although positioned about 100yds up the hill behind the Mill. The flue was built on the slope, from the boiler to the base of the chimney through the wood. It was a very unusual method of constructing a chimney, taking…

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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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Greenwood Stell & Sons Ltd, weaving shed with Northrop ‘T’ and ‘S’ model automatic looms.

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Showing the narrow entrance to Midgely Road. When Clough Mill, shown on the left, was demolished the road was widened.

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Site of demolished Empress Foundry with Westfield Shed in background. Early 21st century.

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

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This was a weaving shed, adjacent to Burnley Road. Now the site of Russell Dean furniture retailers

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James Watson Ltd. Weavers of cotton sateens, twills and similar fabrics, 1960.

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Left to right: Margaret Collinge, Dianne Harwood, Tony Wilson, Julie Wild, newly elected President, formerly Treasurer.

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Meeting room shortly before the church closed in December 2014.

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Premises of Joseph Ashton, Yarn Agents on left, blank wall of Empress Foundry on right, canal bridge locally known as Navy Brig adjacent to branch of Mytholmroyd Co-op. The chimney behind the Co-op is of Clough Mill.
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