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On the right houses on Fairfield and diagonally above them Horsehold and to their right Dodd Naze. On the right hand hillside houses on the Heptonstall estate.

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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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The rear of the estate on the right with Wadsworth Lane climbing up. On the sky line Mount Skip, a pub at the time this photo was taken but no longer so. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Construction of the estate started in 1947 with 20 steel fabricated houses seen here fronting onto Wadsworth Lane. Heptonstall Church top right on the skyline. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Left of centre Dodd Naze estate. Construction of the estate started in 1947 with 20 steel fabricated houses. Top right Heptonstall. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Picture was probably taken from near Mount Skip.
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