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Market Place, Meltham.jpg
Undated photo postcard of the Meltham Market Place.
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1971 advertisement for Lodges Supermarkets of Huddersfield (John William Street), Marsh, Waterloo and Meltham.
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Flyer for a Grand Concert held at the Oddfellows' Hall, Meltham, held on 10 February 1925 and featuring the Crosland Moor Public Handbell Ringers.
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Undated photograph of Meltham Hall.
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Postcard sent servant Florrie Brown of Bent House, Meltham.
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Hand-coloured postcard sent to Florrie Brown of Preston New Road, Blackburn.
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Undated hand-coloured postcard of West Nab, above Meltham.
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Humourous postcard sent from Bella to Miss Florrie Brown of Bent House, Meltham. As a teenager, Florrie (daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Brown of Darton) worked as a domestic servant at Bent House (Meltham) before marrying Lance Corporal Harry Reuben…
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1955 advert for coach hire firm Baddeley Bros. Ltd. of Northumberland Street, Huddersfield.
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Undated photograph of Helme Hall, near Meltham.
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An unusual hard-drawn postcard containing a number of references (some cryptic) to Meltham, likely produced in the early 1900s."The Cat Where is the Kitten" is likely a reference to the Cat Inn beerhouse. The Kitten was either a smaller adjoining…
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Market Place, Meltham.jpg
Undated photo postcard of Meltham Market Place (also known as Town Gate). The "Bentley & Shaw's Ales" sign is on the side of the Waggon & Horses Inn.
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The photograph was taken amateur photographer Charles Henry Waterhouse, who was born in Meltham and worked in the local cotton mills. He married Eliza Garlick in June 1902 and died in April 1946 in Staffordshire.
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Meltham Mills near Huddersfield. Reservoir # 1808 in HHH Series.jpg
Photograph of Meltham Mills Reservoir, taken circa 1910.
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Photograph of the Quirky II restaurant in Meltham, formerly the Conservative Club and originally the town's first National School.
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Undated Postcard of the Colne and Holme Fever Hospital, Meltham.
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Photograph of St. Mary the Virgin, Wilshaw, believed to have been taken in the early 1900s.
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Photograph of Helme Vicarage, believed to have been taken in the early 1900s. Also known as "The Glen", the vicarage is situated opposite the church on Slades Lane.
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Undated photograph showing the western entrance to the Pleasure Grounds in Meltham.
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Undated photograph of the centre of Meltham, looking towards Station Street.
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1894 Ordnance Survey map showing the short-lived Harden Moss Racecourse, situated above Meltham and Holmfirth on the Greenfield Road. Solicitor Frederick Robert Jones (1814-1896) had hoped to build a racecourse next to his "model farm" at Harden Moss…
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Humorous postcard captioned: "If you are feeling run down Come to MELTHAM."
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Undated engraving of the Meltham Mills Convalescent Home, published by C.H. Johnson of Leeds.
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Undated photograph of boys from the Wesleyan Sunday School in Meltham.
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Undated photo postcard of Meltham Hall, built circa 1841 for William Leigh Brook (1809-1855).
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Postcard of St. Mary the Virgin, Wilshaw.
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Hand-coloured postcard of West Nab and the moors above Meltham.
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Undated photograph of the interior of St. Bartholomew, Meltham.
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Advertisement for Bent Ley Mill, Meltham, from Worrall’s Yorkshire Textile Directory of 1917.
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Photograph from the Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society (01/Oct/1899) - The Carlile Institute at Meltham.
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Photograph taken by Dave Pattern in October 2014.
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Photograph taken by Dave Pattern in October 2014.
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Photograph taken by Dave Pattern in October 2014.
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Photograph taken by Dave Pattern in October 2014.
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Photograph taken by Dave Pattern in October 2014.
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Undated photograph captioned "Meltham Garden Fete, Crowning Rose Queen."
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Photograph taken by Dave Pattern in October 2014.
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Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.
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Photograph of the 1907 Harvest Festival at St. James, Meltham Mills
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Undated photograph of Meltham Gala.
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Undated photo postcard of St. Bartholomew, Meltham.
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Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.
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Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.
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Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.
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Postcard of the Carlile Institute, Meltham Town Hall and the Co-operative stores.
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From The Architect (04/Feb/1871). Further details: huddersfield.exposed/p/306
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Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.
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Bridleway which runs down from Helme to Meltham Mills, passing under the Meltham Greenway.
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