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A COLLECTION OF PHOTOS OF FARMS, BUILDINGS, ROADS, TRANSPORT & MISCELLANEOUS EVENTS

IN TODMORDEN AND WALSDEN

 

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9. Early photo of the field between St. Peter's and Birks Mill, Walsden. Sent by Janet Beardwood 10. View over Newbridge of Jubilee Mill (centre) and Winterbutlee Mill (left) in Walsden, 1901. Sent by Janet Beardwood
   
327. Adelaide Street Todmorden in 1908. Sent by Karen Greenwood 298. Rochdale Corporation tram car no. 19 dating from 1903 on its inaugural run to Summit 10th Aug. 1905. Sent by Gillian Wilson. 328. Todmorden Hall in 1836
   
165. A view of Halifax Road about 1900, supplied by Faye from Western Australia
168. The Town Hall in Todmorden
162. Carr Laithe and Lovers' Walk, Todmorden. Photo sent by Faye from Western Australia.
   

181. The moors above Dulesgate, showing the

old drift mines.

180. Dale Street Co-Op, Todmorden
177. Water Street in Todmorden, 2004
   
90. Black Dyke Farm, Lumbutts
91. Top of Brink Farm, Lumbutts
87. Summit Tunnel fire. Dec. 20th. 1984. Photo sent by Eileen Large of Australia.
   
75. Warland Farm, Walsden, 2004
86. Shoebroad Farm,
131. Bottomley Farm, Walsden
   
45. North Hollingworth Farm, Walsden, as it used to be
46. North Hollingworth Farm, Walsden, as it used to be
74. Slack Farm Calderbrook 2003
   
146. Stonehouse Farm, Walsden. Photo supplied by Alan Furness
145. South Bottomley Farm, Walsden. Photograph taken from an original water colour, supplied by Alan Furness.
40. General Wood Farm Cottages in 2004
   
172. One of the first buses. This is parked at Top of the Close, Walsden.
171. The old Poorhouse at Gauxholme. Now a private house
170. The old Poorhouse at Carr Green, Langfield. Now private housing.
   
169. Todmorden Union Workhouse, known as Beggarington and later as Stansfield View.
167. Copperas House and Knowlwood Chapel before it was demolished. Photo kindly suppled by Audrey Watts.
173. Copperas House in 2005. The same view
   
176. Stansfield Hall, Todmorden
175. The ruins of Naze Farm, which is perched high above Gauxholme

174. The ruins of the Moorcock Inn and farm on

Inchfield Moor Walsden

   
187. An old pack horse trail going past Shoebroad, Langfield
186. An old track across the moors at Thornsgrease, Walsden

183. The opening of Todmorden Golf Club.

4th. May 1895

   
39. Calflee Farm, Walsden, about 1900
51. Calflee Farm Walsden as it is now.
49. Stones farm Todmorden, 2003
   
203. The old Toll Bar at Knowlwood at the start of the road up to Lumbutts.

202. A view from Longlees over the valley towards

Warland and Walsden

201. Quarry Cottages and the old weaving sheds at Warland.
   
199. Gauxholme Stones, Walsden. A tiny hamlet with a farm of just a few acres, hidden away above Rochdale Road
198. Dobroyd Road in 2005. Once a thriving community, with two small mills, cottages and shops.
188. Knowsley Cottage, Inchfield Fold, Walsden. This is a typical rural weaver's cottage.
   
184. Hartley Royd. A Yeoman's Farm.
185. The same view of Hartley Royd in 2004
182. Edge End Farm, Todmorden
   
41. Henshaw Barn, Walsden, in 2004
42. Henshaw Barn, Walsden, in 2004
50. Lower Dyches Farm, Inchfield, Walsden, 2003
     
     
   
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