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Undated postcard but this photo appears on another card date stamped August 1910. Just a short way up The Drive from Gibson Mill was John and Emma Greenwood's 'Hardcastle Chalet' tearoom; behind it was the river and the pool created by weir was a…

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Postcard with August 1907 postmark. John and Emma Greenwood's 'Hardcastle Chalet' tearoom was just a short way up the Drive from Gibson Mill and was one of several refreshment facilities on either side of the valley catering to the thousands of…

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Postcard with April 1906 postmark. John and Emma Greenwood's 'Hardcastle Chalet' tearoom was just a short way up the Drive from Gibson Mill and was one of several refreshment facilities on either side of the valley catering to the thousands of…

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Undated postcard. John and Emma Greenwood's 'Hardcastle Chalet' tearoom was just a short way up the Drive from Gibson Mill and was one of several refreshment facilities on either side of the valley catering to the thousands of visitors who came to…

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The weir at Gibson Mill and above it Greenwood’s ‘The Chalet’ tearooms, one of several refreshment facilities around the Crags catering for the thousands of visitors who came at weekends and holidays.

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Postcard with November 1906 postmark. The weir upstream from Gibson Mill and the pool it created was a favourite bathing spot below Greenwood’s ‘The Chalet’ tearoom, which is just visible through the trees.
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