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Postcard, with April 1910 postmark, caricaturing nightly chaos, presumably on a Saturday, when the last tram of the night left.

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Halifax Corporation trams reached Mytholmroyd in 1901 and were withdrawn in 1936.

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Looking in the Halifax direction with the junction onto County Bridge on the far right. The Halifax Corporation Tramway reached Mytholmroyd in 1901 and trams ceased running in 1936.

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Congestion at the junction with Commercial Street after road widening. Note the open topped Halifax Corporation tram.

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Halifax Corporation tram in May 1911 just prior to the Hebden Urban District Council road widening improvements. Not much shelter from the elements for the driver. Commercial Street going off to the right.

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The tram terminus at the junction of Crown Street and New Road early 20th century. The Halifax Corporation trams reached Hebden Bridge 1901 and ceased running in 1936. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Tram on Fallingroyd Bridge half way between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. The 'S' shaped bridge was an infamous black spot before it was re-aligned and the sign reads DEATH TRAP

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Two open top Halifax Corporation trams on New Road, Hebden Bridge. The Corporation's tramway was extended to Hebden Bridge in 1901 to a terminus on New Road near the junction with Crown Street. This necessitated the Corporation installing electricity…

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This is Burnley Road looking towards Halifax at the junction with New Road and County Bridge on the right. An early open top Halifax Corporation tram with external steps up is approaching. On the left is the Dusty Miller.

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Pre First World War. Halifax Corporation tram number 73, came into service November 1902, photographed here at the terminus on New Road near the junction with Crown Street. Trams ran from Halifax to Hebden Bridge from 1901 to 1936. On the left is the…

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An open top tram on Burnley Road looking up Station Road to the large station warehouse, early 20th century. The Halifax Corporation trams reached Hebden Bridge in November 1901. This postcard may have been taken to commemorate the inaugural run.

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An open top tram on Burnley Road looking up Station Road to the large station warehouse, early 20th century. The Halifax Corporation trams reached Hebden Bridge in November 1901.

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This was the original bridge on A646 between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. Note the sign 'Death Trap' because of the sharp right-angled bend. The bridge was rebuilt and further rebuilt when the canal was opened up. To the left of this photograph…
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