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Hangingroyd area of the town looking up to new, at the time of this photo, housing on Keighley Road. The large house at the end is Ashley house on Hangingroyd Lane.

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Undated postcard. Hangingroyd housing can be seen bottom left with Old Town top left. Old Birchcliffe Chapel is towards the top right with the new 1898 Chapel below it. Demolition appears to be taking place at the old Birchcliffe Chapel, the stone…

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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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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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