Title: Hebble Hole, Colden Valley - TWA00225
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Hebble Hole, Colden Valley - TWA00225
Bridge, Colden, Footbridge, Places, River, Tom Walker
HEBBLE HOLE BRIDGE lies in the Colden valley in the deep clough below Hudson Mill. W. B. Crump thought that this hollow became known as Hebble-hole from the presence of the hebble or bridge there. When the meaning of the hebble passed out of common knowledge the bridge took the name of the place where it stood. It consists of two pairs of huge stone slabs which project . .
1960 , 1960s
PHDA - Tom Walker Collection
Tom Walker, “Hebble Hole, Colden Valley - TWA00225,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed March 18, 2018, http://pennine-horizons.org.uk/items/show/24612.