Thanks, captain. That is a good link. I did see some bus pictures on my search as well. Was hoping for a garage front picture of what the place looked like as a garage back at the time.
Not sure why I find it ingeniously clever to build a shop / garage on one side of a river. Then a driveway bridge from the shop door to the street on the other side of the river. A great way to use the space and terrain available. At least that is what I am taking from the picture posted above of Holmfirth MIlls. We are looking at the main entrance for the vehicles to come in and get serviced? Possibly there was not room for an entrance on the other side of the building so they made it to span across the river. Or, I could have completely misconstrued everything we are talking about, haha!
I can't find a photo of the garage either. I did find an article about someone of dubious character who rented part of the garage was arrested for his wife's murder.
Some superb buses in that collection Captain. Wouldn't mind taking a ride on some of those.
The Hollowgate side was the garage entrance but the building goes right back to Woodhead Road which used to be the car showroom. Its the showroom that Compo, Clegg and Blamire go into in The New Mobile Trio but the front has been extended since then.