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Cloth Hall shelter in Ravensknowle Park
The former clock tower and entrance of the Cloth Hall, incorporated into the shelter at Ravensknowle Park.

Meltham Branch Line bridge
Meltham Branch Line bridge over a public right of way, between Netherton Station and Healey House Station.

Meltham Branch Line bridge
Meltham Branch Line bridge over a public right of way, between Netherton Station and Healey House Station.

Meltham Branch Line bridge
Meltham Branch Line bridge over a public right of way, between Netherton Station and Healey House Station.

Meltham Branch Line bridge over bridleway
Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.

Meltham Branch Line bridge over bridleway
Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.

Butterley Reservoir puddle trench.
Undated photograph of the puddle trench under construction at Butterley Reservoir.

Cloth Hall shelter in Ravensknowle Park
The former clock tower and entrance of the Cloth Hall, incorporated into the shelter at Ravensknowle Park.

Meltham Branch Line bridge
Meltham Branch Line bridge over a public right of way, between Netherton Station and Healey House Station.

Meltham Branch Line bridge
Meltham Branch Line bridge over a public right of way, between Netherton Station and Healey House Station.

Meltham Branch Line bridge
Meltham Branch Line bridge over a public right of way, between Netherton Station and Healey House Station.

Meltham Branch Line bridge over bridleway
Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.

Meltham Branch Line bridge over bridleway.
Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.

Meltham Branch Line bridge over bridleway
Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.

Meltham Gala
Undated photograph of Meltham Gala.

Cloth Hall shelter in Ravensknowle Park
The former clock tower and entrance of the Cloth Hall, incorporated into the shelter at Ravensknowle Park.

Cloth Hall shelter in Ravensknowle Park
The former clock tower and entrance of the Cloth Hall, incorporated into the shelter at Ravensknowle Park.

Cloth Hall shelter in Ravensknowle Park
The former clock tower and entrance of the Cloth Hall, incorporated into the shelter at Ravensknowle Park.

Meltham Branch Line bridge
Meltham Branch Line bridge over a public right of way, between Netherton Station and Healey House Station.

Cloth Hall shelter in Ravensknowle Park
The former clock tower and entrance of the Cloth Hall, incorporated into the shelter at Ravensknowle Park.

Meltham Branch Line bridge over bridleway
Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.

Meltham Garden Fete.
Undated photograph captioned "Meltham Garden Fete, Crowning Rose Queen."

Plaque at the base of the sycamore tree planted by the Duchess of Albany in Beaumont Park.
The sycamore tree was planted on Saturday 13 October by the Duchess of Albany during the formal opening ceremony for Beaumont Park. The plaque reads: THIS SYCAMORE WAS PLANTED BYH.R.H. THE DUCHESS OF ALBANY,ON THE OCCASION OFTHE OPENING OF THIS…

The new bandstand in Beaumont Park
The original bandstand was demolished prior to 1930. In May 2000, the Friends of Beaumont Park uncovered the base of the bandstand, which had been hidden under a raised flower bed. Concerts began to be held on the base and, in 2010, work began to…

The new bandstand in Beaumont Park
The original bandstand was demolished prior to 1930. In May 2000, the Friends of Beaumont Park uncovered the base of the bandstand, which had been hidden under a raised flower bed. Concerts began to be held on the base and, in 2010, work began to…

Hope Bank, Honley
Photograph of a boat on the lake at Hope Bank, Honley, taken circa 1910.

The new bandstand in Beaumont Park
The original bandstand was demolished prior to 1930. In May 2000, the Friends of Beaumont Park uncovered the base of the bandstand, which had been hidden under a raised flower bed. Concerts began to be held on the base and, in 2010, work began to…

Sycamore tree planted by the Duchess of Albany in Beaumont Park.
The sycamore tree was planted on Saturday 13 October 1883 by the Duchess of Albany during the formal opening ceremony for Beaumont Park. The fence to the right of the tree once separated the main lake from the shallower padding pool.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

James Street, Golcar.
Undated photograph of James Street, Golcar.

The Carlile Institute, Meltham
Photograph from the Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society (01/Oct/1899) - The Carlile Institute at Meltham.

Cocking Steps Mill, Honley
Mag Brook, with Cocking Steps Mill on the left. The stream was the former boundary between Honley and South Crosland.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Nature has reclaimed the old mill pond.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up. The overgrown mill pond is to the right of the path.

Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland
The remains of Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland, which was probably abandoned in the late 1800s, as it was listed empty in the 1891 and 1901 Censuses. It was likely one of two mills linked to Lower Hall Farm. In 1873, it was sold as part of a…

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up. The mill pond is to the right of the path.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

Lord's Mill, Honley
Lord's Mill on the Honley side of the Mag Brook. Built circa 1792, it was partly rebuilt after a fire in 1952 but now stands derilict and boarded up.

General Post Office, Huddersfield
Photograph of the General Post Office on Northumberland Street, taken circa 1906..

Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland
The remains of Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland, which was probably abandoned in the late 1800s, as it was listed empty in the 1891 and 1901 Censuses. It was likely one of two mills linked to Lower Hall Farm. In 1873, it was sold as part of a…

Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland
The remains of Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland, which was probably abandoned in the late 1800s, as it was listed empty in the 1891 and 1901 Censuses. It was likely one of two mills linked to Lower Hall Farm. In 1873, it was sold as part of a…

Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland
The remains of Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland, which was probably abandoned in the late 1800s, as it was listed empty in the 1891 and 1901 Censuses. It was likely one of two mills linked to Lower Hall Farm. In 1873, it was sold as part of a…

Lord's Mill, Honley
The upper floor. Together with the roof, this was rebuilt after a fire in 1952.

The Cottage Homes, Netherton
Undated photograph of the Cottage Homes almshouses in Netherton. The properties were designed by Joseph Berry and Sons of Huddersfield and funded by Alfred Sykes J.P. of Thongsbridge, who had been born in Netherton.

Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland
The remains of Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland, which was probably abandoned in the late 1800s, as it was listed empty in the 1891 and 1901 Censuses. It was likely one of two mills linked to Lower Hall Farm. In 1873, it was sold as part of a…

Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland
The remains of Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland, which was probably abandoned in the late 1800s, as it was listed empty in the 1891 and 1901 Censuses. It was likely one of two mills linked to Lower Hall Farm. In 1873, it was sold as part of a…

Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland
The remains of Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland, which was probably abandoned in the late 1800s, as it was listed empty in the 1891 and 1901 Censuses. It was likely one of two mills linked to Lower Hall Farm. In 1873, it was sold as part of a…

Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland
The remains of Lower Hall Mill, South Crosland, which was probably abandoned in the late 1800s, as it was listed empty in the 1891 and 1901 Censuses. It was likely one of two mills linked to Lower Hall Farm. In 1873, it was sold as part of a…