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View over the railway station to the town and Heptonstall hillside. Bottom right the municipal gas works at Crow Nest. The station wedged between the railway warehouse and Victoria Mill.

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A famous photo of the station area about 1900. Bottom right the Municipal Gas Works at Crow Nest, above it Mayroyd Mill and then the five storey Victoria Mill with the small station dwarfed by it and the large station warehouse on the other side.…

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With nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949 the Hebden Royd's municipal gas works ere closed and subsequently demolishes as seen here. The 57ft chimney was left standing until 1956 when "carefully" brought down because of the gas mains under the…

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With nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949 the Hebden Royd's municipal gas works were closed and subsequently demolishes as seen here. The 57ft chimney was left standing until 1956 when "carefully" brought down because of the gas mains under…

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The railway line runs diagonally across the picture, with Fairfield on the left and Calder Holmes Park on the right.

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Hebden Bridge gas works under construction on 30th (not 31st as printed on the original photo) September 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge Gas Works under construction on 30th September 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge Gas Works under construction on 27th August 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge Gas Works under construction on 26th July 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge gas works under construction on 21st October 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge gas works under construction on 19th November 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge Gas Works under construction on 17th July 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Under construction on 16th September 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge Gas Works under construction on 7th September 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge gas works under construction on 7th November 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Under construction on 6th November 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge gas works under construction on 3rd August 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Hebden Bridge gas works under construction on 2nd November 1912. The gas works were a municipal undertaking and remained so until nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949.

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Bottom centre the passenger station and to its left the large railway warehouse and goods sidings. Above them can be seen Riverside School, originally Hebden Bridge Grammar School which opened 1909. At the top of Station Road by Princes Bridge is…

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View across the railway station to the town. The passenger station, re-built 1891/2, wedged between Victoria Mill to its right and the large railway warehouse to the left and beyond it Crossley Mill. Bottom right the Crow Nest Works of the joint…

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1959. The gas works at Crow Nest being dismantled. The single storey mill buildings visible beyond have all now been demolished.

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The gas works at Crow Nest next to the railway station were completed in 1912. Across the valley is Mayroyd House.

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The Todmorden Gas Company, an independent enterprise, was formed around 1848. In 1887 the Local Board were in favour of purchasing the gas company, but the asking price £69,569, was too high and it was not until 1893, when the Gas Purchases Act was…
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