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Flood in Market Street, Hebden Bridge, possibly 1946

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Flood in Market Street, Hebden Bridge, possibly 1946

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Is this Burnley Road, Mytholmroyd?

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East Parade, Mytholmroyd

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Junction of Caldene Avenue and Burnley Road.

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Taken from the bridge leading to the Stubbing Wharf.

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Hope Street. The building with the gabled porch was for many years the Police Station.

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Albert Street looking down to Crossley Mill on New Road, with the Albert Hotel on the right and Croft Mill on the left. The floods of 1946 were generally regarded as the worst of the 20th century. Albert Street, Hebden Bridge, was among the areas…

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Hebden Water and the Old Bridge. Taken from St Georges Bridge, the Council Offices are on the right.

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Market Street looking towards Bridge Lanes and the chimney of Calder Mill.

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View across the main road from Caldene Avenue at approx 9 am when the water had just covered the road. The car was abandoned by the gentleman who took refuge on the house steps of the house, the car was eventually swept along as far as the New Road…

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View from Caldene Bridge. Properties in Mytholmroyd, including the Dusty Miller Inn have suffered many times from flooding.

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View across the main road at approx 9 am when the water had just covered the road. The car was abandoned by the gentleman who took refuge on the house steps of the house, the car was eventually swept along as far as the New Road bridge.
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