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Proclamation of King George, 1910 - GEE00117
Edward V11 died 6 May 1910, George V became king

Cragg Vale Inn - GEE00116
Cragg Vale Inn replaced previous Cragg Vale Inn. Thomas Whittingham, Licensed Victualler

Cragg Vale Inn 1860&#039;s - GEE00115
Former Cragg Vale Inn

Stubbing Wharf, Hebden Bridge - GEE00113
Formal group portrait outside Stubbing Wharf, Hebden Bridge

Stubbing Wharf,  Hebden Bridge - GEE00111
Sailor outside Stubbing Wharf Hotel

Hebden Bridge - Circus comes to Town. - GEE00110
Wild West Circus wagons driving down Commercial Street.

Sowerby Bridge Loco Depot. - GEE00109
Mechanics and engine staff at Sowerby Bridge loco depot on an Aspinall 0-6-0 tender loco built in 1894. Post 1923, possibly late 1920s.

Sowerby Bridge Goods Depot. - GEE00108
L&YR Goods Wagon No. 026.

Sowerby Bridge Carriage Cleaners. - GEE00107
Following the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 women were recruited to do many jobs previously done by men. Seen here a team of carriage cleaners posing for the camera at Sowerby Bridge Depot.

Luddendenfoot Goods Yard - GEE00106
The Goods Yard about 1900. The small town was dominated by its mills with the all important and well equipped goods yard between the main line and the river. The yard closed in 1965 and the site is now an industrial estate.
Photo courtesy Stephen Gee…

Luddendenfoot - Station Road. - GEE00105
Station Road from the hillside. The goods yard was later extended over the open land. The main line is hidden from view at the bottom but the footbridge connecting the two platforms is just visible next to the Booking Office. The station closed in…

Heben Bridge - L&amp;YR Parcels Van. - GEE00104
‘L&YR Parcels & Luggage Collection & Delivery Van N0. 130’ at the junction of Albert Street and New Road, Hebden Bridge. The man by the horse and the boy on the wagon are wearing L&YR porter’s cap badges and the policeman is holding his white…

Halifax Station Approach - GEE00103
The 1855 station was considerably enlarged in the mid-1880s with this high level approach road over the new lines and sidings. It was operated jointly by the L&YR and the GNR but each had their own platforms, refreshment facilities, waiting rooms and…

Halifax Station Approach - GEE00102
The 1855 station was considerably enlarged in the mid-1880s with this high level approach road over the new lines and sidings. It was operated jointly by the L&YR and the GNR but each had their own platforms, refreshment facilities, waiting rooms and…

Copley Station - GEE00101
From Milner Royd Junction the line to Halifax climbs steeply and over the magnificent Copley Viaduct leaving the Calder Valley line way below. A station was opened at Copley in 1855 to serve Akroyd’s model factory village, which pre-dated the much…

Copley School and Station. - GEE00100
From Milner Royd Junction the line to Halifax climbs steeply and over the magnificent Copley Viaduct leaving the Calder Valley line way below. A station was opened at Copley in 1855 to serve Akroyd’s model factory village, which pre-dated the much…