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Running along top right is The Drive through Hardcastle Crags and in centre New Bridge Mill dam. The building on the hillside above the dam is Hebden Hey now site of scout hostels.

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In the is New Bridge and as following demolition of the mill the photo is post 1950s. Amongst the trees on the centre hillside is Hebden Hey now site of two scout hostels.

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Photo from the Alice Longstaff Gallery Collection re-produced as a postcard 1996.

Hebden Farm was on the south hillside above Hardcastle Crags opposite on the other side the valley and is at the halfway point between the Lodge at Midgehole and…

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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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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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Undated postcard. Cosy Corner, on the south hillside above Hardcastle Crags, started life as Hebden Farm but by the 1890s the occupiers had, like several others in and around Hardcastle Crags, started providing refreshments for the thousands who…

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Undated Postcard. Originally Hebden Farm but by the 1890s the occupiers, like several others in and around Hardcastle Crags, had started providing refreshments for the thousands who visited the ‘Beauty Spots of Hebden Bridge’ and it then became…

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Undated postcard but the image is probably 1920s. Cosy Corner on the south hillside above Hardcastle Crags started life as Hebden Farm and by the 1890s the occupiers had, like several others in and around Hardcastle Crags, started providing…

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Undated postcard. Cosy Corner on the south hillside above Hardcastle Crags started life as Hebden Farm and by the 1890s the occupiers had, like several others in and around Hardcastle Crags, started providing refreshments for the thousands who…

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Undated postcard but the image is most likely early 1890s. Undated postcard but the image is most likely early 1890s. Hebden Cottage or Farm was on the south hillside above Hardcastle Crags at the halfway point between the Lodge at Midgehole and…

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Undated postcard but the images are all post-First World War. Hebden Cottage or Farm was on the south hillside above Hardcastle Crags opposite on the other side the valley the halfway point between the Lodge at Midgehole and Gibson Mill. By the 1890s…

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Undated postcard. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags, three of which are still passable when the river is low. The stones seen here are crossing from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout hostel, to the riverside path to Gibson…

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Undated postcard. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags, three of which are still passable when the river is low. The stones seen here are crossing from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout hostel, to the riverside path to Gibson…

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Undated postcard. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags, three of which are still passable when the river is low. Behind the large rock, which forms a small riverside cave, is the path down from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout…

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Postcard with July 1917 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags, three of which are still passable when the river is low. The woman on the right of the photo is on the path which comes down from Hebden Hey, today site of the…

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Undated postcard. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags, three of which are still passable when the river is low. From the riverside path seen here the stones cross the river to the path which comes down from Hebden Hey, today site…

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Postcard with 1916 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags three of which are still passable when the river is low. The man on the photo is crossing from the riverside path over to the path which comes down from Hebden Hey,…

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Postcard with December 1906 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags three of which are still passable when the river is low. From the riverside path seen here the stones cross the river to the path which comes down from…

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Postcard with June 1906 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones at Hardcastle Crags three of which are still passable when the river is low. The path on the opposite side of the river comes down from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout hostel.…

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Postcard with July 1935 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones in Hardcastle Crags three of which are still useable when the river is low. The path on the opposite side of the river comes down from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout hostel.

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Postcard with July 1933 postmark. One of four sets of stepping stones in Hardcastle Crags, three of which are still useable when the river is low. The path on the opposite side of the river comes down from Hebden Hey, today site of the scout hostel.

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This building has since been demolished.
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