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Photo postcard of Hanson Lane, Lockwood. The large building near the centre of the photograph is the now-demolished Lockwood Mills.

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Undated photograph of Dogley Lane, Kirkburton, showing the chimney of Dogley Mills and Dogley Lane Independent Congregational Chapel.

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Hand-coloured postcard looking west over Magdale, with Queen's Square Mill in the centre. To its right is Upper Steps Mills. Woodhead Road is in the foreground.

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1950s advertisement for James Shires & Sons Limited (est. 1864) of George Street Mills. Milnsbridge.

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Photo postcard of the fire that destroyed Swan Bank Mill, Holmfirth, on 24 October 1924.

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Hand-coloured photo postcard of the fire that destroyed Swan Bank Mill, Holmfirth, on 24 October 1924.

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Undated photograph looking down the valley towards Armitage Bridge, with Dungeon Mill in the foreground. The roofs of houses on Meltham Road are visible in the bottom right. Houses at Berry Brow can be seen on the middle left.

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Low Westwood Upper Mill built alongside the banks of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal at Linthwaite, now derelict.

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Low Westwood Upper Mill built alongside the banks of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal at Linthwaite, now derelict.

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Low Westwood Upper Mill built alongside the banks of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal at Linthwaite, now derelict.

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Low Westwood Upper Mill built alongside the banks of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal at Linthwaite, now derelict.

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Low Westwood Upper Mill built alongside the banks of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal at Linthwaite, now derelict.

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Low Westwood Upper Mill built alongside the banks of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal at Linthwaite, now derelict.

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The upper floor. Together with the roof, this was rebuilt after a fire in 1952.

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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.

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