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Items in the Derek Pollard collection Collection

Mary Ann Hollingrake, left, with Colleagues - DEP00440
Judging by the scissors and tape measure, these ladies must have been seamstresses.

Mark Above Doorway - DEP00437
This strange mark is above a doorway at Charlestown.

View from Woodtop, Hebden Bridge - DEP00436
Mitchell's Mill at Old Town is on the skyline.

Roy Baker - DEP00435
Roy was a fitter at John Pickles and Sons.

Old Toilet Block - DEP00434
This block used to hold tub tooilets. Used for storage now.

Old Buffers at Hebden Bridge Station - DEP00433
Used to stop rail wagons at the small turntable.

Dam for Mitchell&#039;s Mill, Old Town - DEP00432
Long disused but the valve for controlling the turbine is still distinguishable.

John Pickles &amp; Sons, Mytholm - DEP00429
Derek Pollard and Roy Baker, May 1957

Percy Pollard - DEP00427
Percy Pollard on his motorbike in Blind Lane, Todmorden

Derek and Andrew Pollard - DEP00425
11th November 1996 looks like it was a bleak day to be visiting Top Withens on Haworth moor.

Wood Top, Hebden Bridge - DEP00424
The long dis-used mill dam for Wood Top Dye works.

Wood Top, Hebden Bridge - DEP00423
Spencer Lane could be called a work of art. The edge of the road is made of hardwearing cobbles to withstand steel wheel hoops, whilst the centre section is made of softer millstone grit to help prevent the horses from slipping.

Astin&#039;s Sewing Shop, Valley Road, Hebden Bridge - DEP00418
Judith Coates, nee Libby, 18th birthday.

Clog Sole Factory at Hawksclough, Hebden Bridge - DEP00417
Originally Maude's, later Walkleys. Before the railway line was built the track across the field to the right hand side of this picture was the road to the hamlet of Stubb. The road disappearing off to the right towards the bottom of the picture…

Mytholmroyd Gala - DEP00416
Stephen Sutcliffe is driving the grey Fergy