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Wade, one of the engines used during the building of the Walshaw Dean reservoirs

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The rail or tramway was used for the transportation of men and equipment from the base camp at White Hill Nook, Heptonstall, to the construction site of the Walshaw Dean Reservoirs in the early 1900s.

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"But hark! What sound is that which startles him (the tourist) with its shrill shriek, almost making him forget that he is 'far away from the madding crowd?' On the opposite side of the valley he descries a railway engine with a train of trucks just…

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"But hark! What sound is that which startles him (the tourist) with its shrill shriek, almost making him forget that he is 'far away from the madding crowd?' On the opposite side of the valley he descries a railway engine with a train of trucks just…

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A team of at least eleven horses hauling up past Lee Wood one of the 15 Bagnall locos used on the construction of Halifax Corporation's Walshaw Dean Reservoirs. This usually happened on a Saturday afternoon when the heavy cart horses belonging to…

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One of the engines used in the construction of the Walshaw Dean Reservoirs. This picture is believed to have been taken in 1903 at the halt below Heptonstall Slack.

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Tinted lithograph of the station by A. F. Tait from his book 'Views on the Manchester & Leeds Railway, published in 1845. This section of the line had opened in October 1840.
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