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Originally known as Hawden Hole, it is situated on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midgehole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in…

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Undated postcard. Looking down the path between Hawden Hole and New Bridge, Midgehole, with New Bridge Mill in the centre.

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Undated postcard. Hawden Hole is situate on the south Hebden Dale hillside on today’s Lee Wood Road between Midgehole and Hebden Hey and above the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in…

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Postcard with April 1949 postmark. Hawden Hole is situate on the south Hebden Dale hillside on today’s Lee Wood Road between Midgehole and Hebden Hey and above the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of…

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Postcard with March 1909 postmark. Hawden Hole is situate on the south Hebden Dale hillside on today’s Lee Wood Road between Midgehole and Hebden Hey and above the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of…

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Postcard with July 1904 postmark. Strange it is labelled Howden Hall as at the time of this card it was Hawden Hole. It is situate on today's Lee Wood Road on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midge Hole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the…

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Hawden Hole on today's Lee Wood Road is situate on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midge Hole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in…

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Postcard with June 1904 postmark, the earliest in the Collection. New Bridge Mill is behind the trees on the left.

Much of Hebden Dale and surrounding moorland belonged to the Savile estates and in the mid-19th century the then Lord Savile built an…

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Postcard with June 1911 postmark. Much of Hebden Dale and surrounding moorland belonged to the Savile estates and in the mid-19th century the then Lord Savile built an impressive shooting lodge on the moor at Walshaw Head accessed by a carriage drive…

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Postcard with post-1936 date stamp. Much of Hebden Dale and surrounding moorland belonged to the Savile estates and in the mid-19th century the then Lord Savile built an impressive shooting lodge on the moor at Walshaw Head accessed by a carriage…

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HLS05202. Originally Hawden Hole it is situate on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midge Hole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in…

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HLS05201. Originally Hawden Hole it is situate on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midge Hole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in…

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Originally Hawden Hole, it is situated on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midge Hole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in February 1817.…

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Originally Hawden Hole, it is situated on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midge Hole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in February 1817.…

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The grave of Samuel Sutcliffe who was murdered at Hawden Hole in February 1817. His murderers were hanged at York the following month.

The building barely visible on the left was the Black Bull Inn.

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Originally Hawden Hole it was developed after the First World War for camping and tea rooms. The white building has long been demolished and the other building extended and re-named Hawden Hall.
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