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G.V. II Single-bay cottage, early C19. Hammer dressed stone, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. Double-pile. Quoins. Doorway to left of 2-light flat faced mullioned window with projecting sill, probably mid C19. Over, to 1st floor, original 5-light thin…

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After the demolition of the High Street and Bridge Lanes houses. The site was left derelict for many years.

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After the demolition of the High Street and Bridge Lanes houses. The site was left derelict for many years.

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Early 1960s looking down onto Bridge Lanes centre right, to the left Adelaide Street and Bankfoot Garage with Bankfoot Mill.

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On the left the River Calder with Stubbing Holme Road. On the right is Calder Place, early 19th century 'bottom' houses, some single storey, with barreled arched stone ceilings, beneath the 'top' houses fronting Bridge Lanes.

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The Bull Inn is on the right. The rest of the dwellings on the north side of Bridge Lanes were demolished in the mid-1960 and the site left derelict for many years as can be seen here.

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On the right looking down Heptonstall Road to its junction with Bridge lanes and on the left a view of Bridge Lanes from Heptonstall Road.

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A composite picture showing the steps down from Heptonstall Road. The new Methodist church can be seen top left.

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Bridge Lanes going down on the right and Heptonstall Road going up in the centre. Taken in the 1960s, post demolition of High Street houses and houses on Bridge Lanes north side..

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The demolished remains of houses on the north side of Bridge Lanes and High Street.

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Soon after demolition of the High Street and Back High Street houses, c1966. This area stayed derelict for about ten years before it was landscaped.

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Soon after demolition of the High Street and Back High Street houses, c1966. This area stayed derelict for about ten years before it was landscaped. The white building on the left of the picture is the Fox and Goose.

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Following demolition of dwellings on the north side of Bridge Lanes and High Street in 1964. The site was left derelict for some years.

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Rear of the 'top and bottom' terraced houses on Bridge Lanes with the River Calder on the left.

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This picture was taken in December 1958 when demolition of the north side had just started. Above it is Hugh Street which has also been demolished.

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The steps, which are still there, lead from Bridge Lanes up to the now demolished High Street.

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Buildings on the north side of Bridge Lanes and High Street ready for demolition in 1964. In the foreground Calder Mill destroyed by fire in November 1964. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Buildings on the north side of Bridge Lanes and High Street in course of demolition in 1964. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Buildings on the north side of Bridge Lanes and High Street in course of demolition in 1964. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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The buildings on the right down Bridge Lanes were demolished in the mid-1960s. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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The junction of Heptonstall Road and Bridge lanes with the 'Fox & Goose'. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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The large building in the centre of the picture, beyond the shops, is Salem Methodist Church. The building far right is Brecks Mill. Salem was replaced by the present Methodist Churci in the mid-1970s. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society…

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SONY DSC Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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SONY DSC Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
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