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Centre left Walkleys Clog Factory and on the right the path running down to re-join the Rochdale Canal tow-path

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Overlooking the Rochdale Canal and Burnley Road at Fallingroyd between Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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c.1910. Barge on the Rochdale Canal at Fallingroyd between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd.

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Tram on Fallingroyd Bridge half way between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. The 'S' shaped bridge was an infamous black spot before it was re-aligned and the sign reads DEATH TRAP

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Situated between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. Demolished around due to dry rot.

See photograph Ref. 010a of Daniel Jones Crossley who moved into the newly built Fallingroyd House in 1873 with his wife and two sons.

In 1873 Daniel Jones Crossley…

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The barge 'James' on the Rochdale Canal at Fallingroyd between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd passing the Old Vicarage renamed Acacia House. Beyond the trees is Fallingroyd House.

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Situated between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. Demolished around due to dry rot.

See photograph Ref. 010a of Daniel Jones Crossley who moved into the newly built Fallingroyd House in 1873 with his wife and two sons.

In 1873 Daniel Jones Crossley…

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The bridge over the Rochdale Canal at Fallingroyd, between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd, was replaced by this tunnel in 1986 when the dangerous bend in the road over the canal was re-aligned.

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Bridge over the Rochdale Canal at Fallingroyd near Hebden Bridge. The canal has become derelict and this bridge was replaced when the dangerous bend was straightened.

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This was the original bridge on A646 between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd. Note the sign 'Death Trap' because of the sharp right-angled bend. The bridge was rebuilt and further rebuilt when the canal was opened up. To the left of this photograph…

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Hebden Royd U.D. Leeds-Halifax-Preston Trunk Road A646, Caldene Bridge-Bridge Gate Reconstruction Scheme. Fallingroyd Hall entrance after reconstruction looking towards Maud's Clog Works..

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Hebden Royd U.D. Leeds-Halifax-Preston Trunk Road A646, Caldene Bridge-Bridge Gate Reconstruction Scheme. Falling Royd Hall entrance after reconstruction. Photo dated 28/4/52 looking towards Mytholmroyd.

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Hebden Royd U.D.C. Leeds-Halifax-Preston Trunk Road A646, Caldene Bridge-Bridge Gate Reconstruction Scheme. Road at Maude Clog Works after reconstruction looking towards Hebden Bridge.

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Hebden Royd U.D.C. Leeds-Halifax-Preston Trunk Road A646, Caldene Bridge-Bridge Gate Reconstruction Scheme. Road at Maude Clog Works before reconstruction. Photo dated before 28/4/52 The house on the left has been demolished and the Clog Works are…

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They moved into the newly built Fallingroyd House, Hebden Bridge, with their two sons in 1873.

Daniel and Hannah were both born in 1824. A descendant of these two people, Mrs Duly, sent the photograph to Diana Monahan. The family believed the…
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