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Howley Upper Mill, dam


Howley Upper Mill, dam
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Undated. This is the outlet for the dam which kept the water supply regular in the beck which drove the corn mill of Howley Upper Mill. This belonged for a long time to Lord Dartmouth and was close to the roadside (right hand) going down Scotchman Lane but before the Batley border. The photograph is taken behind the Needless public house. This was originally called the Cardigan Arms, probably so called because it was built prior to the ownership of Lord Dartmouth, who purchased land in this area from the Cardigans after they had destroyed Howley Hall. Like the windmill in Morley and Howley Lower Mill, it seems that Howley Upper Mill was adapted to driving some simple textile machinery. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.

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