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Unknown Location - RUD00152
Can anybody identify.

Old Gate Hebden Bridge. - RUD00151
One of the earliest photos of the town looking along Old Gate to the Old Bridge which gives the town its name. The tall chimney of Bridge Mill not yet constructed. Top right the first Birchcliffe Chapel high on the hillside.

Old Gate, Hebden Bridge. - RUD00150
One of the earliest photos of the town looking along Old Gate to the Old Bridge which gives the town its name. The tall chimney of Bridge Mill not yet constructed. Top right the first Birchcliffe Chapel high on the hillside.

Mayroyd Hall, Hebden Bridge - RUD00149
Situated between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. From a stereographic photograph.

Mummified Cat, Heptonstall - RUD00148
In ancient times a cat would sometimes be walled into a house when it was being built, this was supposed to bring good luck to the house - it certainly didn't bring it to the cat.

Steep Cobbled Lane. - RUD00147
Can you identify location?

Hell Hole Rocks, Heptonstall - RUD00144
From a stereographic photograph.

Colden Valley - RUD00143
Taken from Hell Hole rocks below Heptonstall, the Ragley road, from Mytholm to Jack Bridge, can be seen on the left; the chimney of Lumb Mill is in the bottom of the valley, with Lumb Bank, a former home of Ted Hughes, to the right.

Outing to Hardcastle Crags. - RUD00140
Probably a Church or Chapel Sunday School's day out walking along Midgehole Road towards the Drive into the Crags.

Outing to Hardcastle Crags. - RUD00139
Probably a Church or Chapel Sudan School's day out walking along Midgehole Road towards the Drive into the Crags.

The Summer House - RUD00138
Can anyone identify? From a stereographic photograph.

Cord Cutting Machine - RUD00136
From a stereographic photograph.

The War Memorial, Mytholmroyd - RUD00135
Seen here in its original location, this may well have been soon after the memorial was unveiled on 2nd July 1922. From a stereographic photograph.

The War Memorial, Mytholmroyd - RUD00134
Seen here in its original setting and soon after the official unveiling on 2nd July 1922. From a stereographic photograph.