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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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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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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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Above Hebden Bridge near Mount Skip. Early 1970s. the Civic Trust. highlighting environmental issues.

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Bottom end of Bridge Lanes Hebden Bridge. Early 1970s. Civic Trust, Our Man at Large - highlighting environmental issues.

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Former toffee works, then caravan factory. Early 1970s. Civic Trust, Our Man at Large - highlighting environmental issues.

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Our Man at Large was a Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, the aim of which was to draw attention to squalid places and litter which detracted from the attractions of the area, by using the contrast between the smartly dressed gentleman and the…

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Location unknown

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Location unknown but photo probably taken as part of the Calder Civic Trust project, c1970, to draw attention to squalid places and litter detracting from attractions of the area.

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Location not known, but it is the site of a former textile mill.

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The vehicles are parked up in the disused yard of Hangingroyd Mill. The people in the centre are walking across the bridge over the river at the top of Valley Road. The yard is now site of Waterside Fold. Above is Nutclough Mill and above that double…

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The vehicles in the foreground are on the yard of the derelict Hangingroyd Mill. The yard is now largely site of Waterside Fold. The vehicles across the road are in the yard of Hebden Shed or Works with Nutclough Mill above and above that double…

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Rear of buildings at the bottom of Moss Lane viewed from site of the former Hangingroyd Mill, now Waterside Fold.

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Site of part of Hangingroyd Mill at the top of Valley Road with the mill yard to the left. The site now occupied by Waterside Fold.
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