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Can anyone identify the location?

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Holme House Mill, Booth, where water power was in use until 1941. The mill had been owned by the Ogden family since 1769: after it was dismantled it is believed the waterwheel was moved to Shibden Hall, Halifax. Old code No. AT930DO.

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Another Fielden Mill utilising water power with a unique system of three waterwheels, each fed by a stepped series of dams. This mill was later converted to steam power. Lumbutts Mill and Jumb Mill were interconnected by a conveyor system which…

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Undated postcard. This water wheel obviously had a function, but from the picture it is not clear what that was.

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NAME: CASTLE MILL/PAPER MILL/CRAGG MILL

LOCATION: Cragg Bottom

REF: CD133/134/135

GRID REF: 006 237

CLASSIFICATION: A

CONDITION: Ruins

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Early 19C

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: Situated in a heavily wooded gorge of…

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Slide 4 - In the outbuilding facing the Kitchen Court is an interesting relic of bygone days - an old wheel some fourteen feet in diameter, made of wood, and formally used for pumping water, by man-power, from a draw well.

As will be noticed, the…

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A modern, small scale wheel placed in the wheel pit of the old mill.
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