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The house has now gone and a bungalow occupies the site. The pinfold can be seen towards the left of the picture.

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A sandstone wayside monument located near the edge of Shackleton Moor.

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Littleborough, Lancashire. Whilst often called the Roman Road, it's origins are unclear.

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Possibly an old packhorse trail now used by ramblers enjoying the Pennine landscape.

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Boulderclough Chapel is towards the centre at the bottom of the picture, Steep Lane Chapel right of centre higher up, and Crow Hill is on the skyline.

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Looking over towards Midgehole Road from Lee wood, Pecket Well on the horizon.

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Nutclough Mill in the foreground, Yorkshire Water Board excavations behind Dodnaze estate, and the Birchcliffe Centre to the right of the centre of the picture.

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A deep ravine with many early industrial remains. The chimney is virtually all that remains of Lumb Mills. The house on the hillside is Lumb Bank, formerly the home of the poet Ted Hughes, now the home of the Arvon Foundation, a residential centreā€¦

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Used with wooden slats for drying cloth

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Undated postcard. Still a popular spot for both locals and visitors bathing in the pool created by the falls.

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Undated postcard. Looking down the path between Hawden Hole and New Bridge, Midgehole, with New Bridge Mill in the centre.
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