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Before conversion to residential use
Undated postcard. Looking across Hebden Dale with Peckett Well top left and Midgehole Upper Mill or Dyeworks in the centre of the picture.
Pecket Monument on Smeakin Hill. Raygate?
Pecket Well looking at Will Croft, in the background is Crimsworth. The track (road) is called Stony Lane. On the far left you can see a wall, this is called Harbour Bridge.
It is a memorial to those from the Wadsworth Parish who died in the two World Wars.
Right of centre the chimneys of Midgehole Upper and Lower Mills just discernible. Right of centre on the hilltop is Pecket Well.
Situated on Smeakin Hill. Built to commemorate those from Wadsworth who wee killed in the First World War, 34 names. Six further names were added after the Second World War
The War Memorial at Smeakin Hill to the 33 men of Wadsworth who lost their lives in the war of 1914 – 1918 was unveiled on 23rd September 1923 by Major Robert H. Barker.
Roughly based on Stoodley Pike, it is an obelisk 41 feet high (Stoodley is 120…
Crimsworth Terrace is towards the left of the picture and Pecket Well at the top.
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