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This was probably to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. From a stereographic photograph.

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This was probably to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. From a stereographic photograph.

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This was probably to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. From a stereographic photograph.

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The butcher's shop at Bridge End. The gentleman standing 2nd from the left is Harry Ashworth.

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The bridge over Colden Water. Showing Adelaide Street before the end house was removed to widen the road.

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Derek Pollard identified the parade as being on Market Street, Hebden Bridge. The building on the right is Salem Methodist Chapel and the bridge is over the River Calder at Hebble End. The mill on the left was called Brunswick Mill.

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Hebden Bridge Carnival 1897 - From Stereo pictures loaned by Russell Dean.

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From Stereo pictures loaned by Russell Dean. Formerly RD.H.B. 1897 Carnival(a)

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A typical horse drawn wagonette with two lengthwise seats facing one another behind the driver's cross seat.

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Postcard. Coal dray horse outside Riverside School Hebden Bridge in full working dress. Postcard.

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Coal dray outside Riverside School Hebden Bridge. The horse in full working dress! Postcard.

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Covered four wheeled carriers wagon drawn by a pair of horses.

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Believed to be Dr Davidson, in a horse drawn four wheeled carriage for one person, possibly a Stanhope or Spider Phaeton, on Burnley Road Hebden Bridge. Note the tramlines.
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