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Undated postcard. The name Mitchell on the image presumably refers to the proprietor although other photos from about the same time show the proprietor as Ernest Greenwood.

The Pavilion Tearoom, about 250 metres downstream from Gibson Mill on the…

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Undated postcard. Looking downstream with the Gibson Mill stepping stones bottom right,they are one of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags three of which are still useable when the river is low. On the left is the riverside path and down…

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Postcard with April 1912 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags three of which are still useable when the river is low. The Pavilion Tearoom, about 250 metres downstream from Gibson Mill on the opposite bank of the river,…

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Undated postcard. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags, three of which are still passable when the river is low. From the riverside path seen here the stones cross the river to the path which comes down from Hebden Hey, today site…

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Postcard with 1916 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags three of which are still passable when the river is low. The man on the photo is crossing from the riverside path over to the path which comes down from Hebden Hey,…

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Undated postcard but interestingly was printed in Saxony so must be pre-First World War. This view of the river is above Gibson Mill with people on the riverside path alongside it.

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Postcard date stamped August 1908. Upstream from Gibson Mill with the people standing on the riverside path. The small weir was to control the flow above the weir for Gibson Mill.

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This weir is downstream from Gibson Mill and was to feed water into a goit for New Bridge Mill at Midgehole.

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Undated postcard. Probably one of two bridges which cross the river upstream from Gibson Mill, both have been washed away more than once in floods but replaced.

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Undated postcard. The Fisherman’s Hut on the river bank next to the Riverside Path upstream from Gibson Mill.

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Postcard with July 1909 postmark. The Fisherman’s Hut on the river bank next to the Riverside Path upstream from Gibson Mill.

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Postcard dated August 1910. The Fisherman’s Hut on the river bank next to the Riverside Path upstream from Gibson Mill.

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Promotional postcard published by the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway date stamped October 1925. However it must have been produced several years earlier as that company ceased to exist after 1922.

The photo is of the Fisherman’s Hut on the river…

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Undated postcard.
The Fisherman’s Hut on the river bank next to the Riverside Path upstream from Gibson Mill.

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Undated postcard. The Fisherman’s Hut on the river bank next to the Riverside Path upstream from Gibson Mill.

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Postcard date stamped September 1906. The card is incorrectly labelled and should read ‘Lord Holme Dam’. The dam is just upstream from Gibson Mill on the opposite side of the river and in the early 20th century was used for boating.
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