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Undated postcard. Looking down the path between Hawden Hole and New Bridge, Midgehole, with New Bridge Mill in the centre.
Postcard with August 1925 postmark. Looking over New Bridge, Midgehole, up to Crimsworth Dean. Bottom left the roof of New Bridge Mill, a former water powered cotton mill, and centre right the entrance to the Crags.
Undated postcard. Looking up Crimsworth Dean with Midgehole and New Bridge Mill bottom centre of the picture and the Lodge and gates to Hardcastle Crags above.
Undated postcard. Looking up Crimsworth Dean. Below centre is the Lodge and entrance to Hardcastle Crags with the drive through the Crags going off to the left. Bottom left is New Bridge Mill a former water powered cotton mill part of which became…
Undated postcard but possibly 1920s. It shows a number of refreshment facilities at New Bridge, catering for the vast number of visitors to Hardcastle Crags. First on the right is Crossley's Tea Rooms and next to that New Bridge Mill which first…
Loking up Crimsworth Dean with New Bridge and mill bottom cenre with the Gate Lodge to Hardcastle Crags above.
Bbottom left the roof of Midgehole Upper Mill (Dyeworks) and just discernible in the centre 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.
Looking up towards Hardcastle Crags. Far right Peckett Well War Memorial on Smeakin Hill. In the valley bottom New Mill at Midgehole is just discernible and the white building diagonally above it in the woods is Cosy Corner Guest House, now site of…
Originally Hawden Hole, it is situated on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midge Hole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in February 1817.…
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