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Luddendenfoot: Views

[Dated 1910]

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Luddendenfoot: Views

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Luddendenfoot: Views

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the General Rawdon, the Weavers' Arms and the Furtex Mill at Luddendenfoot

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Looking west from the Black Lion, Luddendenfoot

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Luddendenfoot: Views

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Luddendenfoot: Views

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The Weavers' Arms and the Luddendenfoot Economic Stores

[Taken in the 1960s]

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The bottom of Luddenden Lane, Luddendenfoot

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Luddendenfoot: Views

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Luddendenfoot: Views

[Taken in 1919]

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Blackwood Hall and Luddendenfoot Railway Station

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Luddendenfoot: Views

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This photograph is taken from the end of Station Road. The bottom of Danny Lane is by the low wall on the left. The shop on the right is W. Southwell, grocers. This became the Economic Stores [?] in the 1950s

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A view of Burnley Road at Luddendenfoot looking west from near the Black Lion

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A view of Burnley Road at Luddendenfoot with the Luddendenfoot Industrial Society opposite the Black Lion

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A view of Burnley Road at Luddendenfoot looking east

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In this view of Burnley Road at Luddendenfoot are, on the right-hand side of the road, Delph Mill, the General Rawdon [later the Coach & Horses] and the shop of Amos Graham

This image [DG68.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves

Coronation celebrations outside Fred Standeven's Newsagent's shop at 3 Milner Place, Luddendenfoot

[Taken in 1911]

This image [DG1157.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves



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