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Lower Lumb Mill can be seen in the valley bottom, and Lumb Bank on the right, part way up the hill.
Undated postcard. The valley is known locally as Colden Clough, a clough being a steep narrow valley. On the hillside to the right is Lumb Bank an 18th-century mill-owner’s house where Ted Hughes once lived, it is now the Arvon Centre.
Undated postcard. Known locally as Colden Clough. The chimney of Lower Lumb Mill is bottom left and on the skyline is Heptonstall water tower. The building in the centre on the left is Lumb Bank, an 18th-century mill-owner’s house where Ted Hughes…
From a booklet entitled 'Views of Hebden Bridge & District', undated but believed to be around 1880's, when the Upper and Lower Lumb Mills were working. The road on the left, known as Ragley Road, starts at Mytholm and ends at Jack Bridge.
St James Mytholm the parish church of Hebden Bridge can be seen in the middle of the picture.
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