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Redman Bros' Foster Mill after the fire of 1888. The mill was re-built.

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Back of Foster Mill, Hebden Bridge

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Partly hidden by the tree on the left is the main building of Foster Mill and then partly hidden by the tree on the right is Hangingroyd Mill and above it Nutclough Mill, the only one to remain.

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To the left of the right hand tree is Nutclough Mill with the Birchcliffe hillside behind, and centre foreground Hangingroyd Mill. Behind the largest chimney can be seen Redman Bros’ Foster Mill with the gantry joining 2 sections of the mill across…

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To the left of the mill terraced housing on Windsor Lane and to the right of the chimney Highfield Crescent nicknamed locally Frying Pan Alley. The mill ceased production in 1978 and was subsequently demolished. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local…

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Taken prior to construction of the Co-Op (now Carlton Building) in 1876. At the bottom Hope Baptist Chapel on New Road and centre of the photo the large storeyed Foster Mill. top right below the quarry scar Keighley Road, or at the time this photo…

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At the bottom Pallis House and above it Hope Baptist Chapel. The large storeyed mill more or less in the centre is Foster Mill. Top left Heptonstall Road and Cross Lanes Chapel. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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General view over Woodend, Nutclough and Birchcliffe. View over Hebden Bridge with Foster Mill and Foster Lane Chapel on the right and above them Nutclough Mill. On the far hillside is the old Birchcliffe Chapel. Heptonstall Road is on the left.

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Formerly BT169NG. View over Hebden Bridge with Foster Mill and Foster Lane Chapel on the right and above them Nutclough Mill. On the far hillside is the old Birchcliffe Chapel. Heptonstall Road is on the left

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Formerly BT169NG. View over Hebden Bridge with Foster Mill and Foster Lane Chapel on the right and above them Nutclough Mill. On the far hillside is the old Birchcliffe Chapel. Heptonstall Road is on the left

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The terrace far left is Nursery Nook on Keighley Road with below it Lee Mill Road and going off that to its right is Windsor Road and below that Foster Mill Dam with Foster Mill.

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Terraced housing in the Hangingroyd area with above, top right, Nutclough Mill showing the extensions on 2 sides, and to its right Keighley Road climbing up but prior to the construction of its retaining wall. The two chimneys in the centre are R B…

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Date unknown but seemingly prior to the building of the Council offices in 1897/8 but after the enlargement of the impressive Co-op building with its clock tower in 1889, seen here behind Hope Baptist Chapel.

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The low white building to the right is Palace House or 'Pallisser's House', the home of the pallisser who looked after the fence or pallisade around the deer park which used to occupy the land now called Erringden. New Road is in the background. …

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View from Moss Lane probably early 1890s. On the hillside on the left the Stubbings estate built during the 1880s and climbing up the hill Cliffe Street and above that Blenheim Street. Nutclough Mill has extensions to left and right.

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Taken about 1957/58. Pickles Band Knives (push cut). The cuttings were put down holes in the floor to be collected for sale after sorting. The mill closed in 1979 and was pulled down a few years later.

Foster Mill was originally a fulling mill…
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