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Title: Hole in Road 1972 - Callis Mill - DMC00328

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Title

Hole in Road 1972 - Callis Mill - DMC00328

Subject

Charlestown, Halifax Road, Hole, Places, Street Names

Description

March 1972
It is thought that the hole in the road incident was caused by the collapse of the goit. They poured 5 tons of concrete in the hole, thinking the water was coming off the hillside. The concrete was washed away overnight. After the hole was completely filled in, the whole exercise had to be redone. The wooden building was once a butcher's shop.

Creator

David Martin

Source

Pennine Horizons Digital Archive

Date

1970s

Rights

PHDA - David Martin Collection

Identifier

DMC00328.TIF

Citation

David Martin, “Hole in Road 1972 - Callis Mill - DMC00328,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed May 25, 2018, http://pennine-horizons.org.uk/items/show/4601.

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