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Novel Houses Dam Top

An earthwork bank constructed across a wide natural low point in the gently undulating fellside. At its widest point it measures 10m wide, 1.5m high and is 65m in length. It is breached in the middle to allow water to flow continuously but may once have contained sluice boards. It may date from the Low Mills that stood on the site of the Surrender Mill in 1720 or even from Promfret's Mill of 1685 that was fed by water from Bleaberry Gill.

This photograph is by Red78 and was uploaded September 3rd 2017. © Red78 please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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