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MILKING BRIDGE is a very narrow stone footbridge of one arch in a dell at the lower end of the Colden Valley. According to W. B. Crump it was the subject of two drawings by J. Horner.

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An open air service takes place here at 8 o'clock on the first Sunday in May.

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Taken from Hell Hole rocks below Heptonstall, the Ragley road, from Mytholm to Jack Bridge, can be seen on the left; the chimney of Lumb Mill is in the bottom of the valley, with Lumb Bank, a former home of Ted Hughes, to the right.

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Alice Longstaff walking down the footpath to Salt Pie Farm. Rodmer Clough Farm is on the other side of the valley and on the skyline Scotland and Greenland farms can be seen.

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Lower Lumb Mill can be seen in the valley bottom, and Lumb Bank on the right, part way up the hill.

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Postcard entitled "Golden Valley, Heptonstall", published by Lilywhite Ltd, Brighouse. The white building in the centre is Great Lear Ings Farm, the building extreme left is Little Lear Ings, and the cottages beyond are Knowl Top and Edge Hey Green.

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Lumb Bank at Top and below the chimney of the demolished Lower Lumb Mill.

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Postcard. Handwritten note on bottom of postcard says 'oft have I wandered here in solitude, and gazed with rapture, upon the glorious surroundings - Chas (?)

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Higher and Lower Lumb Mills, Lumb Bank in foreground

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Date unknown. In the centre the engineering works of Pickles, later Browns, and now demolished. The Parish Church of St James to the right was built in 1832, and to the right of that is Mytholm Hall.

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c. 1900 view across Mytholm looking up Colden Valley. On the right Mytholm Hall with St James Church behind. The hall was demolished late 1960s and replaced with accommodation for the elderly. Above the church are Eaves Lower and Upper Mills…

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LYRS 4221 - 'Milking Brig, Colden Valley', as featured on a coloured postcards featured on a B&W postcards featured on a B&W postcard published by the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway promoting days out to Hebden Bridge by train.

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Undated postcard. The valley is known locally as Colden Clough, a clough being a steep narrow valley. On the hillside to the right is Lumb Bank an 18th-century mill-owner’s house where Ted Hughes once lived, it is now the Arvon Centre.

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Undated postcard. Known locally as Colden Clough. The chimney of Lower Lumb Mill is bottom left and on the skyline is Heptonstall water tower. The building in the centre on the left is Lumb Bank, an 18th-century mill-owner’s house where Ted Hughes…

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Undated postcard. The two pictures on the left are of Colden Valley, or Clough as it is known locally, which climbs up from the Calder Valley on the west side of Hebden Bridge. The view bottom right is of Midgehole Road to Hardcastle Crags with the…

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Noah Dale Bridge over Noah Dale Water/Colden Water, c2003.

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Mysterious mound below Noah Dale dam, possibly of puddle clay for repairing leaking dam prior to its final collapse in 1939.
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