Jumble Hole Clough
|Location||Municipality: West Yorkshire, Region: Yorkshire & The Humber, Country: United Kingdom|
|Trivia||Jumble Hole Clough where the old boundary between Yorkshire and Lancashire was located.|
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JumbleHole is a turf zone in the municipality of West Yorkshire in the region of Yorkshire & The Humber in Country: United Kingdom.
The zone is located on the Pennine Way west of Halifax.
Follow the Pennine Bridleway north west from the A646 at Jumble Hole Road.
Jumble Hole Clough, formerly known as Blackshaw Clough, is a steep-sided wooded valley whose stream flows down to the River Calder. To the right of the zone, when looking up the clough, are the remains of Cow Bridge Cottages, which comprised five over/under dwellinghouses, or "top and bottom houses", constructed for the workers at the nearby mills.