Cheesden Lumb Even Lower
I went out the site of Cheesden Lumb Lower today because it had snowed the night previously and it helps define much of the archaeology.
Recently I have noticed a deterioration of the site which seems to have been made worse by a surge of water or flooding of some kind. Where the axle to the waterwheel was - we now have huge sandstone rocks and boulders. To the front of the mill the earth has caved in leaving a large circular chasm. The foundations beneath the doorway have been revealed and I can't help feeling that it wont be long before the facade collapses.