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The precarious looking building over the river under the viaduct arch was a cafe. Above it are the massive brackets supporting the platform which overhangs the sides of the viaduct. Donated by Janice Dobson

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Undated postcard but by the girls dress pre-First World War. The stepping stones were across Elphin Brook near the railway viaduct, behind the Shoulder of Mutton.

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The gaily striped pavilion, a little downstream from Gibson Mill, was a popular venue for visitors to the Crags. Today the building remains but near derelict and the stepping stones have been dislodged by successive floods and not repaired.

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Undated postcard.

Hardcastle Crags, Towngate, Heptonstall
Old Church Heptonstall, Marina & Canal, Hebden Bridge

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Undated postcard.

St Georges Square, Hardcastle Crags
Rochdale Canal, The 1510 Old Bridge

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Undated postcard.:
Hebden Water, not Grimshaw Beck, below Gibson Mill
Gibson Mill Pond was once used for boating
View up Hebden Dale
Hebden Hey Stepping Stones

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Undated postcard.

Gibson Mill, Lumb Falls, Crimsworth Dean,
Lodge at Crags entrance. Pavilion Stepping Stones.
Bottom, The Lodge and Gates to the Crags

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Postcard with July 1937 postmark and Edward VIII stamp, although he had abdicated by then. The central photo is captioned 'Wadsworth Memorial' but it is often referred to as Peckett Well War Memorial due to its location. It commemorates those from…

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Undated postcard.The Clarion newspaper was the most influential Socialist newspaper ever published in Britain, creating thousands of Socialists and inspiring a whole social movement. The movement was divided by the First World War and never…

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Postcard with indistinct 1919 postmark. In the middle distance is Gibson Mill. The near derelict Pavilion was demolished as unsafe in 2014 but the stepping stones were restored.

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Postcard with February 1910 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…

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Undated postcard. 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, was one of…

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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. The stones seen here are crossing from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout hostel, to the riverside path to Gibson…

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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. The stones seen here are crossing from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout hostel, to the riverside path to Gibson…

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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. Behind the large rock, which forms a small riverside cave, is the path down from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout…

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Postcard with July 1917 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags, three of which are still passable when the river is low. The woman on the right of the photo is on the path which comes down from Hebden Hey, today site of the…
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