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LYRS 6063 - 1962. The platforms not only ran the length of the viaduct but also overhung it supported by these massive iron brackets. Not entirely without incidents:
"A few months ago a large flagstone dropped out of the platform at Mytholmroyd…

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LYRS 4578 - 1951. General view of the platforms, buildings and canopy looking east. Only the canopy and adjacent building now survive but disused and passenger facilities are bus-stop style shelters on each platform. The station was de-staffed in…

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Grade II Pair of cottages (nos. 6 and 8) attached at right angles to 3-storey textile factory or warehouse (nos. 2 and 4). Late C18. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof. L-shaped. 2-storey cottages have 3 bays of thin flat faced mullioned…

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Grade II Pair of cottages (nos. 6 and 8) attached at right angles to 3-storey textile factory or warehouse (nos. 2 and 4). Late C18. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof. L-shaped. 2-storey cottages have 3 bays of thin flat faced mullioned…

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Grade II Pair of cottages (nos. 6 and 8) attached at right angles to 3-storey textile factory or warehouse (nos. 2 and 4). Late C18. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof. L-shaped. 2-storey cottages have 3 bays of thin flat faced mullioned…

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Grade II Pair of cottages (nos. 6 and 8) attached at right angles to 3-storey textile factory or warehouse (nos. 2 and 4). Late C18. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof. L-shaped. 2-storey cottages have 3 bays of thin flat faced mullioned…

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Undated postcard. The Vicarage at Mytholmroyd, situated on Cragg Road. The house is still there but no longer a vicarage. The field with the horse in it is now where a row of red brick houses stands- they are known locally as Blackpool houses…

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Between Mytholmroyd and Luddendenfoot.

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Overlooking the Rochdale Canal and Burnley Road at Fallingroyd between Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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St Michael's Church is in the centre of the picture. -PH17/2

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In the centre of the picture is St Michael's church and churchyard, with the Sunday School. The large mill on the other side of the main road is Clough Mill.

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The railway line runs through the picture, on the far right is Banksfield Estate. Redacre sewerage works is in the centre towards the top and above it Broadbottom Farm.

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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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