Virtual Journey along the Rochdale Canal - Hebden Bridge to Todmorden (1)

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Hebden Bridge, Rochdale Canal
Entering Hebden Bridge, with the park alongside the canal.
Hebden Bridge, Rochdale Canal
Dry dock, Hebden Bridge.
Hebden Bridge, Rochdale Canal
Stone buildings cling to the steep hillsides of Hebden Bridge.
Hebden Bridge, Rochdale Canal
Looking eastwards at Hebden Bridge, with the park on the right.
lock and aqueduct, Hebden Bridge, Rochdale Canal
Alongside the park in Hebden Bridge is Lock 9, Blackpit Lock, with the aqueduct over Hebden Water beyond.
lock and aqueduct, Hebden Bridge, Rochdale Canal
Hebble End Aqueduct and Blackpit Lock, Hebden Bridge.
Lock 9, Hebden Bridge, Rochdale Canal
Lock 9, Blackpit Lock, Hebden Bridge.
Hebden Bridge, Rochdale Canal
Looking towards Hebble End Bridge, with the Alternative Technology Centre alongside the towpath.
Hebden Bridge, Rochdale Canal
Looking back towards Hebden Bridge from Stubbing Lower Lock. This picture shows some of the four-storey terraces of houses on the steep hillsides. These are known as "top and bottom houses" with the top two floors being separate houses, with access from the streets behind, higher up the hillside.
Stubbing Lower Lock, Rochdale Canal
The canal climbs out of Hebden Bridge through two more locks. Looking westwards at Lock 10, Stubbing Lower Lock.

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