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Delivery van of Henry Fray beef and pork butcher of Luddenden and Hebden Bridge. Fray sold out to Elias Hillyard just before WW2 and his name is just visible on the van side.

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Delivery van of Henry Fray beef and pork butcher of Luddenden and Hebden Bridge. Fray sold out to Elias Hillyard just before WW2 and his name is just visible on the van side.

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1920s or '30s. By this time carting had been contracted out by the LMS and here to Robertshaw Bros. A mixture of vehicles and registration plates; with the exception of the second from the right which is a Huddersfield number the rest are all…

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Looking from West End and Market Street is still the town's main shopping street. Shops on the left: unnamed selling fire surrounds; J E Greaves, Baker & Confectioner, with his van outside; J Robertshaw, Newsagent & Stationer; C L Shaw followed by…

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New Road junction with Holme Street, left, and Bridge Gate, right looking towards West End. The signs on the left-hand building, below the lamp, point up Bridge Gate to Keighley and Hardcastle Crags. The policeman on point duty at the junction, a…

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Looking across St Georges Bridge, built 1893, to the Square and the large Co-op building with its clock tower. The building on the right on Blackwater Street was demolished to make way for the Council Offices which were built in 1897.
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