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Architecture, Farm, Oakworth, Porch, Oval window, Hoodmould, Decorated lintel

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Architecture, Farm, Sowerby, Barn, Hoodmould, Coiners

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Architecture, Mullion Window, Sowerby, Porch, Farm

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Architecture, Mullion Window, Sowerby, Porch, Farm

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Architecture, Mullion Window, Arch-headed window, Sowerby, Farm

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Farm, Landscape, Todmorden

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Vernacular architecture, Farm, Doorway, Semi-circular arch

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Farm, Mullion, Vernacular architecture, Walling

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Farm, Ripponden, Porch, Mullion, Finial, Barn, Car, Standard, Vanguard, Dovecote

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Farm, Ripponden, Porch, Mullion, Finial, Kneeler, Kettlesnout

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Lower Cockroft forms part of the Cockroft Estate, which is situated about one mile behind Rishworth Independent School, in the picturesque Ryburn Valley. The oldest portion of the building is on the left, which is dated 1640. We can infer this from…

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Farm, Rishworth, Hall and cross-wings, Barn, Porch

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Broadbottom Farm, between Mytholmroyd and Hebden Bridge, has existed since before 1300. The oldest part is Broadbottom Old Hall, a medieval timber-framed aisled hall, encased in stone in the mid-16C. The attached farmhouse was also a timber-framed…

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Grade II



Barn dated 1884 converted to form 2 dwellings. Coursed rubble base, dressed stone with raised ashlar dressings. 2½ storeys. L-shaped. East elevation has central semi-circular arched cart entry with rusticated voussoirs now blocked to form…

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Grade II



Barn dated 1884 converted to form 2 dwellings. Coursed rubble base, dressed stone with raised ashlar dressings. 2½ storeys. L-shaped. East elevation has central semi-circular arched cart entry with rusticated voussoirs now blocked to form…

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Grade II



House, dated 1844. Rock faced stone, stone slate roof. Double-pile. 2 storeys and attic. Vernacular Revival; all windows are double chamfered mullioned. 10-light cruciform window, with same over, to left of doorway set within recess with…

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Grade II



House, dated 1844. Rock faced stone, stone slate roof. Double-pile. 2 storeys and attic. Vernacular Revival; all windows are double chamfered mullioned. 10-light cruciform window, with same over, to left of doorway set within recess with…

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Grade II*



Late medieval timber-framed open hall encased in stone mid C16. Large dressed stone, stone slate roof. 2-storey cross-wing. All windows are chamfered mullioned some retaining cavetto mullions; 3 over 4 mullioned and transomed window with…
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