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Flock of sheep on Hollin Clough Bridge, Derwent, 1942 ?
From collection of F H Brindley
Brindley, F H (Sheffield and District News Pictures, 973 Abbeydale Road)
About this image
The photographer's original notes read 'End of Summer. Every year the moorland sheep are gathered from the tops of Kinder Scout Moorlands for sorting, and marks the end of summer. Photo shows part of this annual gathering, beyond the Farm. (This year the sheep are fat and healthy).' and 'Passed by Censor (London) No 366063.'
Despite this the location is nowhere near Kinder Scout but on the east side of the Derwent Valley, just above the Derwent Dam. The curved stone bridge (or more accurately viaduct) takes the road running up this side of the valley towards Howden over Hollin Clough and was part of the diversionary route necessitated by the construction of Derwent and Howden Reservoirs in the early 20th century. This view is looking north.
See also the similar PTPD300046 from which the likely date is derived.