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  1. The Bottoms Mill Shop

    Walsden

    The Bottoms Mill Shop

    The Bottoms Mill shop sells a variety of products ranging from bedding to jewellery and gifts to D.I.Y. plus much more. In addition to the Mill Sho...
    The Bottoms Mill shop sells a variety of products ranging from bedding to jewellery and gifts to D.I.Y. plus much more. In addition to the Mill Shop down stairs, there is a cafe upstairs which sells a selection of beverages and hot and cold food with daily specials. The Bottoms Mill Shop is located in Walsden on Rochdale road and was opened in 2003 by Gordon Rigg after The Bottoms Mill Company Ltd. moved to Brighouse. The mill shop sells a variety of products ranging from bedding to jewellery and gifts to D.I.Y. plus much more. In addition to the Mill Shop down stairs, there is a cafe upstairs which sells a selection of beverages and hot and cold food with daily specials. There is ample parking to the front and side and toilet facilities on site. There is also a lift to get upstairs to the cafe.
  2. The Larder Delicatessen

    Ripponden

    The Larder Delicatessen

    We are a traditional Delicatessen, supplying a wide selection of gourmet Italian & Spanish products as well as freshly prepared homemade & local pr...
    We are a traditional Delicatessen, supplying a wide selection of gourmet Italian & Spanish products as well as freshly prepared homemade & local produce. We are often described as "an Aladdins Cave of gourmet foods". We make all own roasts meats, pates, salads and Homemade Takeaways Meals all of which are lovingly prepared by our staff who are passionate about good food.
  3. The Summit Tunnel

    Walsden

    The Summit Tunnel

    The Summit Tunnel at Walsden is one of the oldest railway tunnels in the world. Just over 1.6 miles (2.6 km) long, the Tunnel was built between 18...
    The Summit Tunnel at Walsden is one of the oldest railway tunnels in the world. Just over 1.6 miles (2.6 km) long, the Tunnel was built between 1838 and 1841 by the Manchester and Leeds Railway. The Tunnel was the longest in the world when it opened. Until the Tunnel was completed, trains ran to both ends and coaches took passengers the two miles or so before they could resume their journey by rail.

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