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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999, the district includes 490 buildings. Composed entirely of Queen Anne and Shingle Style homes, the area is noteworthy for surviving entirely intact since it’s development in the 1890s.
This is part of a huge 10 ft x 8ft map of the South Pennines. Hebden Bridge & Todmorden are in the center of the map, and are my favorite places in the area. The whole map took 6 months to complete, and has been made into a ceramic wall at the vistors centre in Hebden. It's part of a big project to promote the area, which is a stunning landscape.