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To his left is Calder Mill with its landmark chimney. Much of the mill was gutted by fire in 1964.

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More or less centre of the photo is Dodd Naze housing on Wadsworth Lane and centre the landmark chimney of the former Calder Mill.

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Looking down on the town with the landmark chimney of Calder Mill on the right, the mill itself was gutted by fire in November 1964. Heptonstall Road climbing the hillside in the centre but below it housing on High Street and on the north side of…

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Undated postcard. Centre of photo is the Dodnaze Estate with steel fabricated houses built in 1947 fronting onto Wadsworth Lane. In the centre is Calder Mill with its landmark chimney; the mill was gutted by fire November 1964.

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Undated postcard. Right of centre is the Dodnaze Estate with steel fabricated houses built in 1947 fronting onto Wadsworth Lane. In the centre is Calder Mill with its landmark chimney; the mill was gutted by fire November 1964.

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Bottom left Calder Mill which was destroyed by fire in 1964. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Bottom left Calder Mill destroyed by fire 1964. Above the mill housing on both sides of Bridge Lanes. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Horsehold Road centre left, to its right the chimney of Calder Mill and to the right of that Melbourne Street Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Bottom left St James Parish Church and to its right Mytholm Hall, demolished 1969. Centre foreground Adelaide Street and above it the chimney and Calder Mill, the mill was destroyed by fire in 1964. To the right of the mill the western portal of…

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Bottom centre the Stubbing Wharf Hotel looking up the canal towards the town. In the centre Calder Mill with its large chimney and to the right of that the western portal of Weasel Hall Tunnel. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Bottom centre the Stubbing Wharf Hotel looking up the canal towards the town. In the centre Calder Mill with its large chimney and to the right of that the western portal of Weasel Hall Tunnel. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Looking North East. Bottom centre Stubbing Holme with Calder Mill, destroyed by fire 1964. To the centre right of the photo the arches of Stubbings School and on the top hillside Old Town Mill. Demolition of Bridge Lanes and High Street houses is…

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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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The Rochdale Canal is lined with mills including Calder Mill with its tall chimney on the left. The chimney remains but the storeyed mill was destroyed by fire in 1964. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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General view of Hebden Bridge showing Bridge Lanes, Heptonstall Road and the track leading to Hell Hole Rocks. In the foreground Calder Mill which was largely destroyed by fire in 1968 although by then no longer a cotton mill.

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Possibly the chimney and buildings of Calder Mill, now occupied by Wireform, on the right.

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The mill is Calder Mill, owned at one Abraham Robertshaw. Queens Terrace on Heptonstall Road can be seen top right.
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