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Millstone Grit boulders above Widdop, May 1985
Millstone Grit boulders above Widdop, May 1985
The rocks are off Albert Promenade and Wainhouse Tower can be seen on the left. The view overlooks Sowerby Bridge and Norland beyond. Hardcastle Crags is beyond the Lodge and was - as it still is- extremely popular in the 19th and early 20th…
Wainhouse Tower, one of the main landmarks of Halifax sits in the centre of this image. Below the wooded area at the foot of the hillside is Wakefield Road. This shot shows the large amount of housing in the surrounding area. Postcard dated 1904.
This area is near to Wainhouse Tower, seen to the left of the rock. Above right (unseen) is Albert Promenade, a road off Skircoat Moor Road which offers fine views over the Sowerby and Norland hillside.
Located above Todmorden at 438m (1437 ft) above sea level.
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