The view into Colden Clough from the north, as seen from the path leading to Popples.
Derelict farm buildings at Lane Side, Edge Lane.
Gorple Lower Reservoir, as seen from near Reaps 'summit' to the south.
Pack Horse Inn, Widdop, with the Walshaw Dean reservoirs behind, as seen from Reaps Level, south of Gorple Lower Reservoir.
Looking down towards Graining Water from the west, as the Pennine Way descends by Reaps Water. The Pack Horse is visible to the right.
The two bridges, over Reaps Water to the right and Graining Water to the left.
Approaching the bridge over Reaps Water.
Looking back at the path down from Gorple Cottages. Note the 'monumental' stone gate posts.
Wall and stone post on the Pennine Way (949349).
Crimsworth Dean. Nook farmhouse and barn. The building appears to have been constructed in a least three separate stages.
Crimsworth Dean. Front of Nook farmhouse. The left-hand section appears to be a later construction.
Crimsworth Dean. Interior of the main room at Nook.
Crimsworth Dean. The upper room fireplace at Nook.
Crimsworth Dean. The fireplace and stove in the main room at Nook, constructed of stone and iron.
Crimsworth Dean. The doorway into rear room at Nook.
Crimsworth Dean. The ruin that was Sunny Bank.
Crimsworth Dean. Lumb Hole Falls viewed from the south.
Crimsworth Dean. Lumb Hole Falls.
Crimsworth Dean. The bridge at Lumb Hole Falls.
Crimsworth Dean. Looking north from Lumb Bridge.
Stoodley Pike as seen from the west side of Crimsworth Dean. There is still some snow on the hills.
Footbridge in Crimsworth Dean, viewed from the north.
Mill feeder channel above the river in Bridge Clough. The feeder is culverted at a point nearer to the camera and feeds the pond to the south. At the time this picture was taken the water was overflowing into the river.
Millpond in Bridge Clough. The water enters the pond in the foreground.
The causeway between river and millpond at Bridge Clough.
The covered aqueduct, also a footbridge, over the river at Bridge Clough, as viewed from the north.
The water exit from the millpond at Bridge Clough that feeds into the aqueduct.
Bridge Clough millpond overflow sluice, viewed from above.
Bridge Clough millpond overflow sluice, viewed from below.
River weir in Bridge Clough. The millpond overflow sluice empties into the river via a small channel, visible at the bottom right-hand corner of the picture.
The covered aqueduct over the river at Bridge Clough, as viewed from the south.
River weir and millpond overflow sluice at Bridge Clough.
Millpond south of the aqueduct in Bridge Clough.
Middle Dean. Millpond feeder channel looking south.
Middle Dean. Looking down into the river from the path by the feeder.
Middle Dean. Millpond feeder channel looking north.
Middle Dean. Millpond feeder channel, looking south as it enters the next pond.
Middle Dean. Feeder channel overflow sluice.
Middle Dean. Water flowing down into the river from the overflow sluice.
Middle Dean. Dam at the end of the third millpond.
Middle Dean. Retaining wall north of the fourth millpond, which is elevated and just visible in the background to the right.
Middle Dean. The blocked northern end of the fourth millpond.
Middle Dean. A closer view of the dam and brick structure at the north end of the fourth pond.
Middle Dean. Looking south across the fourth pond, as viewed from the dam.
Middle Dean. The brick structure beneath the dam of the fourth pond, as viewed from the dam itself.
Middle Dean. The overspill sluice from the fourth millpond.
Black Dean. The Pack Horse inn can be seen on the hill beyond.
Black Dean. Foundations of the old wooden railway viaduct. This carried materials and men from 'Dawson City' to the Walshaw Dean reservoirs during their construction.
Black Dean, looking towards Blake Dean.
Black Dean, looking east towards Hebden Dale.
The footbridge at Blake Dean.
Blake Dean road bridge, looking west.
Looking west from the road bridge at Blake Dean.
Looking east at Blake Dean.
Alcomden Water, south of Holme Ends, which is the ruin on the left.
Alcomden. Inside Holme Ends.
Alcomden. Inside Holme Ends, a tree is framed by the window.
Alcomden. The ruined roof of Holme Ends.
Alcomden. Looking south towards Holme Ends.
Sheep near Alcomden.
On the track going north to Greave Pasture, looking south to Gorple Lower Reservoir.
The track running north-west in the direction of Greave Clough.
Ruined farmhouse north-west of Greave Height.
Greave. Ruined farmhouse, looking south.
Greave. Ruined farmhouse interior.
Greave. Ruined farmhouse, looking west from within. The stonework is of a very good quality.
Greave. Ruined farmhouse; a remaining beam.
Walshaw Dean Lower Reservoir from the north-west.
Walshaw Dean Lower Reservoir. The western overspill channel.
Walshaw Dean Lower Reservoir, looking north-east from the dam.
Walshaw Dean Lower Reservoir. The eastern overspill channel running into the clough.
Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir, viewed by the overspill channel on the south side of the dam.
Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir and overspill weir.
Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir and the dry bypass channel
Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir from the east side.
Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir bypass channel and exit hatch to reservoir.
Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir. Bridge over the bypass channel.
Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir, looking south.
Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir. Top of the bypass channel, now dry, with the dam of the upper reservoir to the left.
Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir, viewed from the east.
Sheep on the upper reservoir dam. Invasive rhododendrons are beginning to occupy the banks of the reservoir.
Walshaw Dean Upper Reservoir and overspill weir.
Looking back down onto Walshaw Dean Middle Reservoir from the access track.
Wadsworth Moor. Track from the reservoir leading across to the moor.
Wadsworth Moor. Looking back towards the middle reservoir.
Wadsworth Moor. Up on the road, with views of both the middle and upper reservoirs.
Wadsworth Moor. Looking south-west towards The Lodge and the middle reservoir dam.
Sheep and lamb at Hare Edge on Wadsworth Moor. Note the pattern of stone walls in the fields behind.
Below Laithe, looking east across Crimsworth Dean.
Crimsworth Dean with Old Town mill above to the left and Heptonstall church to the right.
Looking north along Crimsworth Dean.
Crimsworth Dean. Hardibut Clough and ruined buildings.
Crimsworth Dean, looking north from the ruins at Hardibut Clough.
Haworth Old Road, looking north from above Thurrish. The drainage ditch has been cleared.
Haworth Old Road. Looking east to Roms Greave.
Sheep grazing by the Old Road.
Looking south from Top of Stairs.
Boundary stone at Top of Stairs, north face.
Boundary stone at Top of Stairs, east face, bearing its broad arrow.
Top of Stairs. Looking south, with the boundary stone on the right.
Top of Stairs. The descent towards Oxenhope. A single wind turbine is visible in the middle of the picture.
Water conduit on north side of Stairs Lane, complete with two small crossing bridges. A third bridge is visible in the distance.
The conduit south of Stairs Lane.
Looking down onto Leeshaw Reservoir. The road originally carried straight on and to the right.
Old and new at Oxenhope station. The old railway line is glimpsed to the left while the turbine spins above.
Looking south from the road leading to Hollin Hall. The chimney of Old Town mill is visible to the left.
Looking south from the road leading to Hollin Hall. The war memoral is visible on the extreme left.
Coppy Lane, leading west from Nook, looking to the north-west.
Coppy Lane, looking east towards Old Road. The magnificent walls are slowly disintegrating.
Coppy, viewed from the south. The section to the left appears to be much older.
Coppy Lane, looking north-east from above Coppy farmhouse.
Lamb on field below Shackleton Knoll.
Looking towards Shacklton Knoll from the south.
Stone stile, south of Shackleton Knoll.
Black Hill, looking west.
Sheep on field south of Lady Royd Farm, looking east.
Lambs on field south of Lady Royd Farm.
Ruined farm buildings above Shackleton hamlet.
Barn at Shackleton.
Looking up the road that leads upwards from Hollin Hall to Shackleton.
Looking south down Crimsworth Dean, with Hebden Bridge visible in the distance. To the left there's Old Town Mill and to the right Heptonstall church tower and Stoodley Pike.
Crimsworth Dean. The old dry-stone walls are degenerating into curiously-balanced piles of rocks.
Crimsworth Dean. The water of Hardibut Clough crossing the track in a stone channel.
Crimsworth Dean. Lambs at play in the ruins north of Hardibut Clough.
Haworth Old Road, looking south towards Grain Water Bridge.
Clouds over Oxenhope. The view from Stairs Lane.
Leeshaw Reservoir, viewed from the south.