Historic West Vale
It can be quite difficult to separate Greetland from West Vale and I have yet to see any actual borders. Therefore, some of these photos are overlapped onto each page.
Many thanks to Steaven Heppener and Graham Jagger for permission to display their photos.
In the picture above, we have come from Salterhebble (left centre).
The main road continues past the top side of the 'Calder and Hebble' pub and runs parallel with the canal on towards Elland (top of picture).
Our tour takes the road which we see running along the bottom side of the pub and continues towards West Vale and Greetland (top right).
The other, wide looking road, which enters from bottom left, comes from Copley.
We can also see the canal basin (bottom right) with the river above it.
Mackintoshes Tennis courts left and Cricket ground bottom with Heath rugby ground right. Charles Lambert & Co at North Dean Dyeworks became a West Vale garden centre.
Greetland and North Dean Railway Station, opposite the cricket club
Clay House gardens can be seen on the right
John Horsfall & Sons Mill can be seen on the left
Prospect Mill is just behind Horsfalls Mill
West Vale -first crossroads
We have reached this point from left of picture. Firstly we can view Calder Street, straight forward. The road behind the gent takes us towards Elland. The road to the right of picture continues through West Vale to a second crossroads and on towards Holywell Green and Stainland. There is a road behind us that goes towards Greetland and on to Barkisland and Ripponden.
1st left at the crossroads, Calder Street. West Vale Academy and St.John's Church
Runaway lorry coming from Elland
This is the road from West Vale towards Elland. Long Wall back towards West Vale and Salterhebble (top right).
Again we look back towards West Vale. The top road is bringing us towards Hullen Edge while the bottom road brings us towards Elland Bridge. The steps take us to Hullen Edge Park.
Looking back towards West Vale
Continue here to Historic Elland
We have returned to West Vale and John Horsfall and Sons
Back at the crossroads, and now we shall take the road towards Ripponden.
Brig Royd Mills can be seen on the right. The road towards Barkisland and Ripponden is on the right
Clay House Mill
We have returned to West Vale - First Crossroads (in the distance right)
We are now at West Vale - Second crossroads
Left of picture is Saddleworth Road towards Barkisland.
Right takes us on a route to Elland and behind us would travel towards Holywell Green.
Saddleworth Road towards Elland
Saddleworth Road looking towards Barkisland.
Greetland Cricket Club on the right of picture.
Exterior shot of J. Horsfall & Sons Ltd, Ingwood Mills, Stainland, West Yorkshire.
Back to West Vale again. There are several side streets here with lots of terraced housing.
Green Lane is on the top side of one of these streets
We are now heading towards Holywell Green, where this tram has come from.
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