Huddersfield Chronicle (16/Nov/1867) - Lockwood: The Local Board Meeting

The following is a transcription of a historic newspaper article and may contain occasional errors.

LOCKWOOD.

The Local Board Meeting.

[...] Mr. Hirst brought under the notice of the Board the stoppage of the regular supply of water to the well at Dungeon Wood, by the formation of the branch railway to Meltham. He suggested that the water should be brought by pipes to the well from the upper side of the railway. The subject was ultimately referred to the Lighting and Water Committee.

Huddersfield Chronicle (16/Nov/1867) - Lockwood: The Local Board Meeting

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