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M.S. and R.S. Nijjar's shop on Moorside Road opposite the Bradford industrial Museum.
Traditional Fish and Chip shop and restaurant at 18, Market Place.
Demolition of the old paper shop continues as part of the river channel widening work.
A telephone box, a post box and a bus shelter in Towngate, Midgley.
Formerly home to the Pecket Well College this property is now for sale as a dwelling house.
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Built in 1939 by an apprentice on the new council estate who was given a barrow of bricks and told to build it.
In this photo - Edward - this photo was taken by a pupil from Heptonstall Junior and Infants school as part of the 'Who lived in my house in 1916' project, organised by the Hebden Bridge Arts Festival.
In Brook Street, Todmorden.
At the exit from the Bus station in Holmfirth. Modern Royal Mail branded EiiR Type C double aperture pillar box on the right.