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Hebden Bridge

Rocks in the upper part of Hell Hole.

The rock face at Hell Hole, which is popular with climbers.

At the bottom of the cliff at Hell Hole, sadly the site of several suicides.

A misty day. Looking down on the large rock in Hell Hole.

South door of the new church at Heptonstall.

The new church at Heptonstall.

Heptonstall old church, seen from the south.

Heptonstall old church, looking towards the south door. Many of the old tombstones are laid flat.

Heptonstall old church tower and the south door.

Heptonstall old church, looking in on the south side. The altar is just visible to the right.

Heptonstall old church, looking east towards the altar.

Heptonstall old church. Memorial slab close to the west (tower) end of the church. The name of Gibson is associated with Gibson's Mill in Hardcastle Crags.

Heptonstall old church tower, viewed through the chancel arch.

Heptonstall old church. Tower, chancel arch and north side. The bird managed to position itself correctly for this picture.

Heptonstall old church. Chancel arch and north side.

Heptonstall old church, looking west along the north aisle.

Heptonstall new church, as seen through the arcade of the old church.

Heptonstall old church, with the tower of the new church behind.

Heptonstall, looking west through the village.

Heptonstall, looking east along the main street. The blackened walls only serve to add to its character.

Looking south along the track above Heptonstall.

Lee Wood Road. Trees and mossy stone wall.

Lee Wood Road. View east towards the impressive war memorial.

Lee Wood Road. Wall and footpath to east. One of the many examples of fine masonry found in this area.

Looking west along Nutclough, with the upper millpond, now silted up, visible in the middle distance.

The view west from the bridge over Nutclough.

Rail, canal and industry. The western end of Hebden Bridge, as seen from Horsehold Road. The buildings behind the chimney contain over-dwellings at road level and under-dwellings that face the river.

Trees and disused chicken sheds above Horsehold Road.

Heptonstall church stands proud over the village of Mytholm. Colden Water is visible in the foreground.

Terraced cottages at Wood End.