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This mill was built as a steam powered mill in 1861 and was the last mill to be built in the Colden Valley.

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Under the arch you can just make out the chimney of Land Mill.

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Hebble Hole bridge is in the foreground.

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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…
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