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Old Father Tyme' nightclub on left (now Co-op Supermarket).

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View of Mytholmroyd with Thornber's holdings identified. A is Top Land, The Hatchery on Hall Bank Lane, C is Square Works, D is Elphaborough, and D Dean Hey.

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An aerial view showing Thorber's breeding pens. Banksfield Estate is top left; the railway line crosses the picture and the sidings with many trucks can be seen.

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Detail of THB00106 showing Top Land, Square Works and Elphaborough. Also shows Scarbottom Mill.

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Bottom left are the brooder houses at Elphaborough and centre is Scarbottom Mill. Towards the top on the left is Square Works, which was originally part of Maude's Clog Soles, but after the death of James Maude the mill was bought by Thornbers and…

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Elphaborough is on the bottom left of the picture, Hall Bank Lane winds its way across and up the picture. The fields are divided into neat areas for controlled breeding.

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Elphaborough is on the bottom left of the picture, Hall Bank Lane winds its way across and up the picture. The fields are divided into neat areas for controlled breeding.

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Cragg road runs across the bottom of the picture, and Dean Hey is to the bottom right of the picture.

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L to R, Cllr Fred Barker, David Fletcher, Douglas Houghton, M.P. at the official opening of Park Fold Wood

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The aisled halls of the Halifax region form a unique group within the north of England. Dating from the 14th century they are evidence of the prosperity of the medieval yeoman clothier who wished to demonstrate his wealth by building a large…

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Dedication and unveiling of the new head on the memorial to the unknown soldier at Mytholmroyd, Sunday 16th October 2011. The parade from St Michae'ls Square to the memorial gardens was led by "old soldiers" from the Manchester Regiment in World War…

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Dedication and unveiling of the new head on the memorial to the unknown soldier at Mytholmroyd, Sunday 16th October 2011

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Dedication and unveiling of the new head on the memorial to the unknown soldier at Mytholmroyd, Sunday 16th October 2011

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Dedication and unveiling of the new head on the memorial to the unknown soldier at Mytholmroyd, Sunday 16th October 2011. The parade from St Michael's Square to the Memorial Gardens was led by "old soldiers" from the Manchester Regiment in World War…

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Dedication and unveiling of the new head on the memorial to the unknown soldier at Mytholmroyd, Sunday 16th October 2011. "Old soldiers" from the Manchester Regiment in World War I uniforms on parade.

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Dedication and unveiling of the new head on the memorial to the unknown soldier at Mytholmroyd, Sunday 16th October 2011

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Dedication of the new head on the memorial to the unknown soldier at Mytholmroyd, Sunday 16th October 2011. The unveiling was carried out by Barbara Jeffrey whose father, Gilbert Hartley had opened the garden in 1922.
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