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Originally a water powered cotton mill, by the time this photo was taken it was used by Frank Leelo as Tea Rooms to cater for the vast number of visitors to Hardcastle Crags. The Lodge at the gates into the Crags is on the right hand side.

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Gibson Mill, or Lord Holme Mill, at the heart of the Crags. Originally a water powered Cotton mill, subsequently supplemented by steam. By the 1890s it had become an 'entertainment emporium' providing for the vast number of visitors to the Crags…

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Civic Trust volunteers collecting rubbish from the Hebden Water in the centre of Hebden Bridge. Probably late 1960s. St George's Bridge at the top.

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David Fletcher 1968 anuual clean up of Hebden Water through Hebden Bridge.

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The Civic Trust's annual clean-up of Hebden Water in the town centre seen here by the old pack horse bridge.

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The Civic Trust's annual clean-up of Hebden Water in the town centre seen here by the weir adjacent to Bridge Mill. Philip Round in the centre.

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The Civic Trust's annual clean-up of Hebden Water in the town centre seen here by the old packhorse bridge.

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The Civic Trust's annual river clean-up in the town centre seen here from Old Bridge looking towards St George's Bridge.

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Cleaning Hebden Water in the centre of Hebden Bridge, organised by the Calder Civic Trust.

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For several years the Calder Civic Trust organised an annual clean-up of Hebden Water in Hebden Bridge. Viewed here from under the Old Bridge with St Georges Bridge top right.

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The part derelict and part demolished mill buildings on Valley Road/Moss Lane seen here from the rear. The detritus in the foreground is on the site of one of the mill buildings which straddled Hebden Water to connect the two parts of the mill on…

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The part derelict and part demolished mill buildings on Valley Road/Moss Lane seen here from the rear. The detritus in the foreground is on the site of one of the mill buildings which straddled Hebden Water to connect the two parts of the mill on…

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Looking down from Victoria Road with the bridge over Hebden Water in the foreground. On the left part of Hangingroyd Mill in a state of dereliction, now the site of Waterside Fold. The buildings on the left have been partly demolished to widen the…

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Looking from the bridge over the Hebden Water at the top of Valley Road up to Heptonstall Hillside. On the right part of the mill on Victoria Road and in the centre the bridge where a mill building had straddled the river. On the left Shepherd's…

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Looking from the bridge over the Hebden Water at the top of Valley Road up to Heptonstall Hillside. On the right part of the mill on Victoria Road and in the centre the bridge where a mill building had straddled the river. On the left Shepherd's…

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Looking across Hebden Water to a derelict part of the mill with the former mill yard being used for rough parking, now the site of Waterside Fold. Far left another part of one of the mill buildings.

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Nutclough Mill in the centre with double-decker houses on streets off Birchcliffe Road above it. To the left of the river part of Hangingroyd Mill with to the right the demolition site of another part of the mill which had partly straddled the river.

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The mill was on both sides of the river connected by a building on a bridge from where this photo was taken. A disused part of Hangingroyd Mill on the right and the former mill yard on the left, now site of Waterside Fold.

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Looking up Hebden Water to Nutclough Mill top right. Keighley Road is supported above the river by a huge retaining wall at this point. When constructed as the Lees & Hebden Bridge Turnpike in about 1815 it was built on a shelf cut out of the cliff.

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Looking down Hebden Water to first St Georges Bridge and then the Old Bridge. On the left the huge retaining wall supporting Keighley Road which at this point is on a ledge cut out of the cliff side. The buildings on the right-hand river bank have…

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Looking down Hebden Water to the three bridges in the town centre; St Georges Bridge (1893, the Old Bridge (1510) and West End Bridge (1772).

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Built by the Hebden Bridge Fustian Manufacturing Society a commercially successful co-operative. It was taken over by the Co-operative Wholesale Society after the First World War. Production of fustians ceased in the 1960s. Today it is once again…

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The weaving shed with its north lights roof and Hebden Water taken from Nutclough Mill. Victoria Road top centre going off to the left; top left part of Hangingroyd Mill, long demolished, and the single storey building in front of it is now the…
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