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The label on the image is incorrect and the view is looking up Crimsworth Dene.

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View of Crimsworth Dene looking over New Bridge and The Lodge at the gates to Hardcastle Crags.

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LUMB BRIDGE is the fine single-arch stone pack-horse bridge in Crimsworth Dean at Lumb Falls. W.B. Crump expressed his opinion that the bridge “can hardly be later than 17th century and is not earlier than the 16th".

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HORSE BRIDGE lies in Horse Bridge Clough in Crimsworth Dean and from its name it would appear that it was originally a pack-horse bridge. The present single-arch stone bridge was probably built when Lord Savile had the road made

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Crimsworth Dean. Postcard. Addressed to Mrs F Eastwood, Ovenden sent to 'my dear mother' by Harold and Eve

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View from White Hill Nook. Postcard produced by Lilywhite Ltd, Brighouse

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LYRS 4204 - Lumb Waterfall, Grimsworth Dean, nr Hardcastle Crags,( note the incorrect spelling Grimsworth not Crimsworth) as featured on a B&W postcard published by the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway promoting days out to Hebden Bridge by train.
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