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Stubbings Steps from School Street down to Commercial Street. The building at the bottom was originally the toll bar house on the Leeds and Hebden Bridge Turnpike Road. This picture, taken in c2015, is a reconstruction of the picture, taken in the…

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"I played on these steps". J F Nuttall pointing to steps at rear of old school room in 1953.

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This building was on Halifax Road at Millwood, Todmorden, opposite the bus garage on what is now the car park for First employees.

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A composite picture showing the steps down from Heptonstall Road. The new Methodist church can be seen top left.

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The tenements at the bottom of the Buttress were demolished in the mid-1960s as unfit for human habitation. Seen here some of the flights of external steps which provided access to the upper storeys.

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The steps to the tenements at the bottom of the Buttress which were demolished in the mid-1960s as unfit for human habitation.

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Top of the '100 Steps' coming up from Commercial Street to the bottom of Marlborough Road.

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Where Old Gate meets the main road.

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Can anyone identify.

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A warren of tenements Buttress Brink was declared unfit for human habitation and demolished in 1967.

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Can you identify. Possibly vicinity of Hebden Bridge. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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SONY DSC Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Slide 6: The hall is a plain well built stone mansion in the Grecian style, occupying the site of a former house, pulled down in the early part of the 18th century. The mansion is admirably situated on a sheltered slope, amid the most romantic…

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Slide 4 - On the left abutting on the house on the north front, is a range of massive outbuildings - one of these has a battlemented parapet and was the family's private Chapel, the entrance to which was approached on the east side by a flight of…

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The plaque above the doorway is dated 1642. The building now houses Heptonstall Museum operated by Calderdale Council.

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Flagged landing at the top of Buttress Brink, a warren of dwellings on different levels at the bottom of the Buttress opposite the Hole-in-the-Wall Inn.

They were demolished in 1967 as unfit for human habitation "where occupants had to walk through…

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Rear yard in Buttress Brink, a warren of dwellings on different levels at the bottom of the Buttress opposite the Hole-in-the-Wall Inn.

They were demolished in 1967 as unfit for human habitation "where occupants had to walk through a gloomy ground…

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Steps and passageway in Buttress Brink, a warren of dwellings on different levels at the bottom of the Buttress opposite the Hole-in-the-Wall Inn.

They were demolished in 1967 as unfit for human habitation "where occupants had to walk through a…
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