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Two of the mill dams for Lumbutts Mill are in the frground and also Lumbuts Chapel.
A Chapel was built in 1837 by a breakaway group from Mankinholes Chapel but as the congregation grew it was demolished and replaced by this larger building in 1877. The Chapel remains open as at 2015.
Featured in Remains of Elmet, which contained poems by Ted Hughes.

An excellent view of Foster Mill
Lumbutts Methodist Church to the left hand side of the photo, with Stoodley Pike to the horizon on the right hand corner. The chapel was built in 1860 - 1870. In the foreground is Lee Dam, which was one of three dams which powered Lumbutts Mill.…
Situated on Lumbutts Road it is now a traditional country pub.
Causey, or Causeway, Wood Dam in Lumbutts Clough with Causeywood Mill, or Folly Mill.
Off the road from Todmorden at Knowl Wood to Lumbutts. Between Shepherds Rest and Swineshead. There used to be a fair held here.
Doorway showing 1672 date stone on the ruins of Strait Hey Farm, below London Road, Lumbutts.
Stansfield Villa & Butts Lane Area From London Road, Lumbutts
From London Road, Lumbutts. Height Gate Farm is to the left of the picture.
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