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© Mr Nigel Wood

IoE Number: 447651
Location: CANTILEVERED FOOTPATH AND WEIR ON THE EAST BANK OF HEBBLE BROOK, WATERSIDE
  HALIFAX, CALDERDALE, WEST YORKSHIRE
Photographer: Mr Nigel Wood
Date Photographed: 07 October 2004
Date listed: 01 July 1993
Date of last amendment: 01 July 1993
Grade II

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WATER SIDESE 0924 NE679-/19/10024Cantilevered Footpathand Weir, on the eastbank of Hebble Brook

WATER SIDE SE 0924 NE 679-/19/10024 Cantilevered Footpath and Weir, on the east bank of Hebble Brook GV II Cantilevered footpath, with walls and attached weir. c1830. Coursed rubble stone and ashlar. This footpath runs from Lily Bridge on Waterside, north along the east bank of Hebble Brook. The southern section, 45 metres in length has a low wall to the left which drops to the brook, the right wall is 8 foot high with pyramidal coping. To the north a curved weir and sluice with machinery intact. From this point the footpath stretches north for 40 metres between two similar walls. Then it becomes cantilevered with large stone slabs supported on curved stone brackets, with an iron stick baluster railing on the left side. The northern most section has been replaced, the brackets and some broken paving survives below the new concrete footpath and bridge.

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