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Items in the Hebden Bridge Camera Club - The Changing Face of Hebden Bridge Collection

Mytholmroyd Football Club - HBC01129
Winners of the Halifax & District Charity Cup, 1896/97. Photo taken at Greenhill House. Back row l to r: Major Wild (Secretary), Joe Ingham, C. Spencer; Back row of players: G. Wheelwright, W.H. Wilkinson, Paul Carter, H. Tetley, D. Bell, W. Newell.…

Shiver My Timbers - HBC01128
Unknown derelict building.

Looking Across the Calder Valley - HBC01127
The Birchcliffe hillside of Hebden Bridge is on the left.

Hebden Bridge Fire Brigade - HBC01124
Photo taken 12th October 1940 and presented to Captain Whitely on his retirement. He served for 26 years from March 1914 until 30th September 1940.

Back row L - R: Raymond Greenwood, Joseph Robbin, Superintendent Herbert Hitchen, Joe Lawless, James…

Hebden Bridge Fire Brigade - HBC01123
Taken outside the fire station next to the Council Offices in Hebden Bridge.

Presented to Fireman Frank Thomas by his fellow members of the Hebden Bridge Fire Brigade as a token of esteem upon his retirement after 16 years service. Donated by Hebden…

Hebden Bridge, 1979 - HBC01122
The market ground with Matthew Sheard's wagons parked. Valley road is on the right and Hangingroyd Lane to the left.

First Motorised Fire Engine - HBC01121
The date is 1925 and this is the first motorised fire engine that Hebden Bridge Urban district council had to replace the horse drawn one.

First Motorised Fire Engine - HBC01120
The date is 1925 and this is the first motorised fire engine that Hebden Bridge Urban district council had to replace the horse drawn one.

Mytholmroyd from Heights road - HBC01116
Scout Rocks are at the top of the picture and below them Scout Road School.

Foster Lane Area, Hebden Bridge - HBC01115
Possibly early 1940s as the tennis courts have been given over to chickens.

Foster Lane Area, Hebden Bridge - HBC01114
Highfield Crescent has been built, but High Hurst Farm can be seen on the skyline, so possibly about 1925.

View over Hebden Bridge - HBC01112
The building on the lower right of the picture was originally Hebden Bridge Grammar School, now Riverside Junior School, whilst towards the bottom left is the imposing Central Street School. On the Birchcliffe hillside the destinctive arches of…

Birchcliffe Hillside, Hebden Bridge - HBC01111
Stubbings School and St John's Church feature centrally in this picture, with the Keighley Road running across below them.

Greenwood Lee, Heptonstall - HBC01109
Home of the Gibson family

Floods at Mytholmroyd, September 1954 - HBC01108
View across the main road from Caldene Avenue at approx 9 am when the water had just covered the road. The car was abandoned by the gentleman who took refuge on the house steps of the house, the car was eventually swept along as far as the New Road…

Floods at Mytholmroyd, September 1954 - HBC01107
View from Caldene Bridge. Properties in Mytholmroyd, including the Dusty Miller Inn have suffered many times from flooding.

Floods at Mytholmroyd, September 1954 - HBC01106
View across the main road at approx 9 am when the water had just covered the road. The car was abandoned by the gentleman who took refuge on the house steps of the house, the car was eventually swept along as far as the New Road bridge.