Burnley Road, Luddendenfoot



Some images of the area of Luddendenfoot around British Furtex Mills

 

Luddendenfoot

A cottage in the Luddendenfoot area

Stephen Gee, who has the original glass slide, says that you can make out Burnley Road. The picture is looking towards Luddendenfoot

This image [DG1218.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves

Burnley Road, Luddendenfoot

This image [GY541.JPG] was kindly submitted by Graham Yarker

In this view of Burnley Road at Luddendenfoot are, on the right-hand side of the road, Delph Mill the Coach & Horses the Weavers' Arms the Luddendenfoot mills of British Furtex Fabrics Limited

This image [DG67.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves

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

In this aerial view of the Luddendenfoot Mills of British Furtex, Burnley Road runs from top-left, Danny Lane is on the left, Luddenden Lane on the right, and Station Road across to the top-right. The Bog Trap stood where the trees stand at corner of Station Road

This image [DG60.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves

Burnley Road, Luddendenfoot

[Taken in 1915]

This image [DG2247.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves



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