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An engraving before the old medieval church dedicated to St Thomas a Beckett was replaced by a new church, unusually in the same churchyard, dedicated in a more protestant tradition to St Thomas the Apostle.

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Taken from the top of the tower of the new church. This old medieval church was replaced by the new church in the same churchyard in the 1850s.

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The 'new' Victorian Church is on the left and the tower of the ruined medieval church to the right.

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The yard on New Road backed onto the Rochdale Canal. Above are terraced houses on the Birchcliffe Hillside as well as Zion Particular Baptist Chapel.

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Looking down Cragg Road towards Mytholmroyd. The Methodist Chapel, now a private house, is on the left.

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Postcard with July 1959 postmark. Looking down Cragg Road towards Mytholmroyd. The Methodist Chapel, now a private house, is on the left.

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Postcard with April 1905 postmark and the image is prior to the construction of the new Birchcliffe Chapel in 1897/8. The gable end of Palace House can just be seen on the left.

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Townscape prior to construction of Caldene Bridge in 1908 but after the arrival of the trams in 1901. On the hillside is Scout Road School and along the bottom the Rochdale Canal.

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Undated postcard but the image is prior to the construction of Caldene Bridge in 1908. Prominent left of centre is the Primitive Methodist Zion Chapel.

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Postcard date stamped October 1908. Looking down the valley towards Luddendenfoot. In the foreground is the Rochdale Canal and behind it the River Calder. Beyond on the right hillside the spire of Luddendenfoot Church which was demolished in 1980, as…
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