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  • Tags: Halifax Road

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Halifax Road, at Richmond Street, looking east towards Spring Gardens. Key Syke Lane goes off to the right.

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This building was on Halifax Road at Millwood, Todmorden, opposite the bus garage on what is now the car park for First employees.

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New gas main being laid just past the junction of Cross Stone and Halifax Road.

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New gas main being laid just past the junction of Cross Stone and Halifax Roads.

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Repairs to pipework on Halifax Road, Todmorden, near the junction with Cross Stone Road.

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Repairs to pipework on Halifax Road, Todmorden, near the junction with Cross Stone Road

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Repairs to pipework on Halifax Road, Todmorden, near the junction wit Cross Stone road

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Corn Mill on left. During the war they kept a fire engine inside the mill so that if the bridge was bombed or put out of action they would have an engine on that side of the bridge. Cross Stone church is on the skyline.

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Looking towards Hebden Bridge. Royal Oak on right. Ready for demolition.

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March 1972
It is thought that the hole in the road incident was caused by the collapse of the goit. They poured 5 tons of concrete in the hole, thinking the water was coming off the hillside. The concrete was washed away overnight. After the hole was…

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March 1972
It is thought that the hole in the road incident was caused by the collapse of the goit. They poured 5 tons of concrete in the hole, thinking the water was coming off the hillside. The concrete was washed away overnight. After the hole was…

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March 1972 - It is thought that the hole in the road incident was caused by the collapse of the goit from Callis Mill which ran under the road before going back into the river. They poured 5 tons of concrete in the hole, thinking the water was coming…
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