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  • Tags: Crimsworth Dene
A pair of wayside crosses near the edge of Shackleton Moor. Postcard dated 1984.
View of Crimsworth Dene looking over New Bridge and The Lodge at the gates to Hardcastle Crags.
View looking up Crimsworth Dene and at the bottom The Lodge at the gates to Hardcastle Crags
View over New Bridge looking up Crimsworth Dene. Bottom ledft New Bridge Mill and in the centre the Gate Lodge and The Drive through Hardcastle Crags.
LUMB BRIDGE is the fine single-arch stone pack-horse bridge in Crimsworth Dean at Lumb Falls. W.B. Crump expressed his opinion that the bridge “can hardly be later than 17th century and is not earlier than the 16th".
HORSE BRIDGE lies in Horse Bridge Clough in Crimsworth Dean and from its name it would appear that it was originally a pack-horse bridge. The present single-arch stone bridge was probably built when Lord Savile had the road made
Crimsworth Dean. Postcard. Addressed to Mrs F Eastwood, Ovenden sent to 'my dear mother' by Harold and Eve
View from White Hill Nook. Postcard produced by Lilywhite Ltd, Brighouse
LYRS 4204 - Lumb Waterfall, Grimsworth Dean, nr Hardcastle Crags,( note the incorrect spelling Grimsworth not Crimsworth) as featured on a B&W postcard published by the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway promoting days out to Hebden Bridge by train.
From a booklet entitled 'Views of Hebden Bridge & District', undated but believed to be around 1900.
Photograph of Crimsworth Dean taken from Haworth Old Road looking towards Hebden Bridge (2000)
Lumb Falls was the setting for Ted Hughes' poignant poem about six young men who went off to war in 1914.
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