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Looking towards Hebden Bridge from Fallingroyd Bridge, with the Gas Works Manager's House towards the top on the left.

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ALC00345. West side of the festival arch for the coronation of George V in June 1911 looking through to Holme House. This side was lit by gas whilst the other was lit by electricity.

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1959. The gas works at Crow Nest being dismantled. The single storey mill buildings visible beyond have all now been demolished.

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The gas works at Crow Nest next to the railway station were completed in 1912. Across the valley is Mayroyd House.

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The arch which was illuminated by gas on this side and electricity on the far side, spanned New Road at its junction with Holme Street and Bridge Gate. The edge of Mr Crossley Westerman's advertisement can be seen on the right. This photo must have…

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"God save the King. Wake up England. God save the Queen our Mary". June 1911, illuminated by gas on this side and electricity on the far side, spans New Road at its junction with Holme Street and Bridge Gate. you can see the edge of Mr Crossley…

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Gas pipes on Station Road, Hebden Bridge, September 1970
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