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Formerly the entrance to Cragg Hall, which burnt down in 1921, these gates which normally stand open were closed as part of the Millenium Celebrations in 2000, and have not been closed since.

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Formerly the entrance to Cragg Hall, which burnt down in 1921, these gates which normally stand open were closed as part of the Millenium Celebrations in 2000, and have not been closed since.

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Undated postcard. There was an opening ceremony for the dwelling which The Halifax Guardian of 17 September 1904 reported on:
Undated postcard. There was an opening ceremony for the dwelling which The Halifax Guardian of 17 September 1904 reported…

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Postcard with May 1955 postmark. Much of Hebden Dale and surrounding moorland belonged to the Savile estates and in the mid-19th century the then Lord Savile built an impressive shooting lodge on the moor at Walshaw Head, accessed by a carriage drive…

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Postcard with May 1955 postmark. Much of Hebden Dale and surrounding moorland belonged to the Savile estates and in the mid-19th century the then Lord Savile built an impressive shooting lodge on the moor at Walshaw Head, accessed by a carriage drive…

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From a booklet entitled 'Views of Hebden Bridge & District', undated but believed to be around 1900.
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