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In the bottom the Manchester & Leeds Railway which has just crossed Whiteley Arches. Above Oakville Road coming down to King Street. Savile bowling green can be seen at the top of the picture. Just below the centre is the electricity sub-station.…

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On the left the notice for Stubbing Wharf Hotel. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Looking up Savile Street. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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The large sign for Stubbings Wharf Hotel in the centre. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Looking over Mytholm with King Street and the bottom of Saville Street going off it. Next to that the now demolished Brown's engineering factory. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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For original picture see ALC02142. The lad watching in a cap was Harry Victor Barker, Alan Brook’s mum’s dad. He was so fired up by watching these recruits that he subsequently signed up himself, lying about his age to do so. He went to France…

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1933. The bowstring bridge over the Rochdale Canal; when built in 1840 by the Manchester and Leeds Railway it was one of the first such in the country. It was replaced in 1939 with the metal trough bridge we see today. To the left Canalside Mill…

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The steel bow string bridge was designed by George Stephenson and was one of the earliest of its type. He was employed by Manchester & Leeds Railway when the line was built in the late 1830's. The line was opened in October 1840 except for the…

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Looking up the valley to Charlestown. The tall chimney is Calderside Mill built in 1824 as a cotton mill but converted to a dyeworks in 1875. It was built by John Whiteley and the neighbouring railway viaduct became known as Whitley Arches. The mill…

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Date unknown. In the centre the engineering works of Pickles, later Browns, and now demolished. The Parish Church of St James to the right was built in 1832, and to the right of that is Mytholm Hall.

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1960s demolition of the corner of Savile Road on King Street. St James Church just visible in the centre.

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Taken from the bridge leading to the Stubbing Wharf.

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A snow covered view up the Calder Valley over Adelaide Street, Stubbing Holme and dye works and along King Street to Calderside Mill with the railway over Whiteley Arches next to it and onto Charlestown. Far right the terraced houses of Saville…

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An unusual view looking up the Calder Valley towards Calderside Mill with its tall chimney and the railway crossing Whiteley Arches. The road to the right is Burnley Road into King Street. To the left between the Calder and the Rochdale Canal are the…

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Are the onlookers apprehensive or just curious? The pens of the cattle market can just be seen behind the vehicle, with the Stubbing Wharf Inn to the left of them.

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View over Mytholm showing Mytholm Hall, and the King Street cottages that were prone to flooding. Right hand end of two storey house opposite was a Co-op. Bungalow in centre bottom was originally a Dawson City hut that was stone clad.
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