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The building on the left looks like a converted chapel.
Right of way through houses
Originally called Underbank Dyeworks it was used for dying silk, having two dye sheds. The remains of the mill dam which was fed by a goit from Jumble Hole Clough, can still be seen above the mill. nearby is Underbank Hall
The sketch and description were originally published in The Halifax Courier in 1912-1913.

Underbank is on the upper side of the tram track where the Pye Nest route runs into Bolton Brow. Earliest records go back to about 1454, when Robert…
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