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Elphaborough is on the bottom left of the picture, Hall Bank Lane winds its way across and up the picture. The fields are divided into neat areas for controlled breeding.

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Elphaborough is on the bottom left of the picture, Hall Bank Lane winds its way across and up the picture. The fields are divided into neat areas for controlled breeding.

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Bottom left are the brooder houses at Elphaborough and centre is Scarbottom Mill. Towards the top on the left is Square Works, which was originally part of Maude's Clog Soles, but after the death of James Maude the mill was bought by Thornbers and…

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Scarbottom Mill is beyond the poultry houses. The footpath in the foreground was affectionately known as Duck Muck Lane.

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Detail of THB00106 showing Top Land, Square Works and Elphaborough. Also shows Scarbottom Mill.

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Postcard with July 1947 postmark. Scarbottom Mill is in the centre. Cragg Road can be seen at the bottom right of the photo.

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Postcard with 1938 postmark. Still a busy small mill town! Scarbottom Mill with its mill dam is to the right of centre, with Thornber's poultry sheds to the left. On the skyline towards the left is Midgley Methodist Chapel.

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Undated postcard but Calder High School, top centre, is under construction and although work on the school started before the war, it did not open until 1950, it was the West Riding's first comprehensive school. Redman's Scarbottom Mill, with its…

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Looking down the valley towards Luddenden Foot. Scarbottom Mill with its dam is in the centre of the picture, with the Thornber poultry houses at Elphaborough to the left of centre. Postcard

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NAME: SCAR BOTTOM DYEWORKS

LOCATION: Scar Bottom

REF: BB 15

GRID REF: 077 213

CLASSIFICATION: D

CONDITION: Empty

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Mostly 20C

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: Located high on the valley side just below the B6113…

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NAME: SCAR BOTTOM MILL
LOCATION: Cragg Road, Mytholmroyd
REF: CD 131
GRID REF: 010 257
CLASSIFICATION: B and C
CONDITION: Empty
APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Early 19C/late 19C
DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: A quite large, four storey stone building with…

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View of Mythomroyd showing Scarbottom Mill. Used as an illustration in Gertrude Attwood's book "A Village Childhood" c1937. Also a good view of the railway parcels shed and sorting sidings to the right of the station, both dismantled following…
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