How have Calderdale's towns and villages changed over the years?

Here's how Calderdale's towns and villages have changed over the years

From changes in industry to the demolition of buildings and the addition of new businesses, towns and villages in Calderdale have seen a lot of development over time.

Here are a few pictures of towns and villages in Calderdale between 1970 and 2010 - can you spot what's changed over the years?

Many of the historic buildings along Huddersfield Road still remain but with different tenants. A clock remains above the corner shop, now a betting shop, and the buildings on the left have been replaced by a Sainsbury's.

1. Brighouse 1980s

Many of the historic buildings along Huddersfield Road still remain but with different tenants. A clock remains above the corner shop, now a betting shop, and the buildings on the left have been replaced by a Sainsbury's.
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In this birds eye view we can see a few of the changes to Brighouse since 2003 including the new bus station which opened in 2009 as well as the construction of The Links apartments in the top right of the picture.

2. Brighouse 2003

In this birds eye view we can see a few of the changes to Brighouse since 2003 including the new bus station which opened in 2009 as well as the construction of The Links apartments in the top right of the picture.
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Todmorden Town Hall is still standing tall in the town almost 50 years on from when this picture was taken. The two buildings on the right of the road in the centre are no longer standing.

3. Todmorden 1971

Todmorden Town Hall is still standing tall in the town almost 50 years on from when this picture was taken. The two buildings on the right of the road in the centre are no longer standing.
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Despite being taken over 15 years ago, this section of Rochdale Road in Todmorden hasn't changed much with The Royal George still a prominent part of the street.

4. Todmorden 2002

Despite being taken over 15 years ago, this section of Rochdale Road in Todmorden hasn't changed much with The Royal George still a prominent part of the street.
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