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  • Tags: Midgehole Road
Looking over towards Midgehole Road from Lee wood, Pecket Well on the horizon.
Postcard with June 1939 postmark. Visitors to Hardcastle Crags walking along Midgehole Road past Lee Miil, a former cotton mill demolished in the 1970s. On the skyline is Pecket Well War Memorial.
Looking down on Midgehole Dye works. The terrace to the left of the Dye works is Hebden Terrace and the smaller dwellings to the left of that are 1,2 and 3 Hob Cote.
Midgehole Lower Mill is on the left and Midgehole Upper Mill, later the Dye Works on the right. Just discernible in the centre distance is New Bridge Mill.
On the right the Lodge at the gates to Harcastle Crags and on the left New Bridge Mill. By the time of this photo the upper floor of the mill had been converted into Tea Rooms advertised on the gable end.
View looking down the valley towards Hebden Bridge. In the centre the chimney of Lee Mill and top left Old Town Mill. Straggling down towards the bottom is Midgehole Road.
Part of Lee Mill can be seen on the left, the far chimny is of Midgehole Upper Mill, later Midgehole Dyeworks and the monument on the horizon is Pecket War Memorial.
Part of Lee Mill can be seen on the left, and the monument on the horizon is Pecket War Memorial.
The road in the foreground is Midgehole Road and the Mill is Lee Mill.
The former cotton mill, demolished in the 1970s, was below Midgehole Road to Hardcastle Crags. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive
Visitors to Hardcastle Crags walking past Lee Mill; demolished about 1970 but by then no longer used as acotton mill. Peckett Well War Memorial on the skyline. Postcard
ALC00415. Looking across to Nursery Nook and Spring Wood Terrace at the junction of Midgehole Road and Keighley Road with Hurst Road going off diagonally left. Early 20th century pre First World War.
View of the town centre c.1880 with Hope Baptist Chapel in the foreground. Centre left the large storeyed Foster Mill. Above the mill the chimneys of Lee Mill and Lower and upper Midgehole Mills. Climbing top centre right is Keighley Road
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