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Bradford Road, looking west

Bradford Road, looking west
c1920s. Looking west along Bradford Road from just past the junction with Chapel Street. Buildings on the right are numbered from 62 (partly visible in the foreground) to 80. No.66 is Hedley G. Stokes, draper; this would later become the Post Office. These buildings remain little changed on the outside today (2010). The buildings on the left, including the smithy in the foreground, are also still in existence today.

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