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Town view from beside Zion Chapel on Osborne Street with in the foreground buildings on Union Street and below that houses on both sides of Commercial Street, demolished mid-1960s. On the left near the top is Hope Baptist Chapel on New Road

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Date unknown but between construction of Riverside School in 1908/9 and the Picture House in 1921. The dark wooden building on the other side of the road to Hope Chapel was the Black & White Cafe.

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Across the centre of the photo the Rochdale Canal and above it Hope Chapel and other buildings on New Road. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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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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In the centre Hope Baptist Chapel, and above the buildings the large storeyed Foster Mill, far right the chimney of Crossley Mill. Top left Cross Lanes Chapel at the top of The Buttress Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
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