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Noah Dale Bridge over Noah Dale Water/Colden Water, c2003.
Mysterious mound below Noah Dale dam, possibly of puddle clay for repairing leaking dam prior to its final collapse in 1939.
On the other side of the valley can be seen Lane Side and Popples Side.
HLS05087. Mill goit farm and cottages at Eaves Bottom in Colden Clough. The Eaves Mills, Upper and Lower, had been silk mills but ceased trading early 20th century and were taken over by a workers co-operative for weaving but the venture failed and…
Inscription reads 'PEACE BE WITHIN THY GATE'. 1676. PH11/10.
From a booklet entitled 'Views of Hebden Bridge & District', undated but believed to be around 1880's, when the Upper and Lower Lumb Mills were working. The road on the left, known as Ragley Road, starts at Mytholm and ends at Jack Bridge.
Mytholm, looking up the Colden Valley. Mytholm Hall can be seen to the right of the photo, behind it stands the Parish Church of St James the Great. Eaves Mills can be seen beyond the church. On the left of the picture is Mytholm Mill.
Looking towards Edge Lane, Colden.
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