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Built between 1935 and 1943, the lowest resrvoir in Upper Derwent Valley, used in World War 2 as a practice area for the Dambusters squadron.
Undated postcard. Looking down the path between Hawden Hole and New Bridge, Midgehole, with New Bridge Mill in the centre.
Postcard with June 1906 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags three of which are still passable when the river is low. The path on the opposite side of the river comes down from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout hostel.…
Postcard postmarked July 1935. The path is most likely the one which runs from near the top of the Drive down to Hebden Water and the path to Blake Dean below Walshaw.
The footpath from the Heptonstall Road to Midgehole. The Dyeworks and Crimsworth terrace are centre picture, and Pecket war memorial on the skyline.
Lumb Falls was the setting for Ted Hughes' poignant poem about six young men who went off to war in 1914.
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