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"Stag Cottage (built c.1580) is a tiny, beautiful and historic Grade II Listed building hidden away in the ancient Pennine village of Heptonstall, just a stone's throw from the Post Office and the two village pubs." (Visitcalderdale.com)

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"Stag Cottage (built c.1580) is a tiny, beautiful and historic Grade II Listed building hidden away in the ancient Pennine village of Heptonstall, just a stone's throw from the Post Office and the two village pubs." (Visitcalderdale.com)

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"Stag Cottage (built c.1580) is a tiny, beautiful and historic Grade II Listed building hidden away in the ancient Pennine village of Heptonstall, just a stone's throw from the Post Office and the two village pubs." (Visitcalderdale.com)

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Slide 6 - This picture shows a portion of the North Front of the Hall, which is the oldest part of the edifice. It will be seen from the foregoing that the occupancy of the Hall can be fully traced from the year 1410. Five hundred years have rolled…

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Slide 3 - Placed within a park of about sixty acres, the position of Shibden Hall, like that of most old houses, is well chosen. Standing midway down the slope of a hill, its principle frontage is towards the south.

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Slide 1 - "A front of timber-crost antiquity"

This line from Tennyson's 'Enoch Arden' aptly describes the appearance of the fine old Hall overlooking the pleasant Shibden Dale. Shibden Hall is one of the few structures now remaining erected at a…

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Slide 6 - On the west side, facing the flower garden, is an old building with gables and mullioned windows exhibiting the Tudor features of the older portion of the house .

In front of this is a stone table supported on pillars. On top is a brass…

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Slide 4 - Our next picture shows the fine ivy covered entrance porch up to the older or Elizabethan portion of the house.

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Slide 3 - Taking our stand on the gravelled terrace in front of the Hall, we cannot fail to admire the appearance of this fine Elizabethan mansion.

The Hall consists of two houses, the old and the new. The view shows the older or Elizabethan…

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Slide 2 - Barkisland Hall belongs to the style of architecture fashionable in the days of the unfortunate Charles, and is a fine example of the period. It is a three storied, three gabled building, and consisted originally of a centre 'House Body',…

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Slide 1 - This Hall stands about midway between the villages of Ripponden and Stainland and is unique in the Parish of Halifax, in that it has three floors, and its porch is carried up to the height of the building.

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The cottage is on the steep packhorse road from Heptonstall to Haworth via Midgehole and Pecket Well.

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The plaque bearing the date 1736 is on a building which used to be part of the Cross Inn. The initials are for Henry and Elizabeth Foster, who had the house built.

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Nothing to do with a 'palace' but a derivation from Pallis House i.e. the house of the 'palliser,' the person responsible in the middle ages for maintaining the fence around Erringden Deer Park. The house is now demolished.

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The Grade I listed Wood Lane Hall was built by John Dearden, a wealthy yeoman clothier, in 1649/51.

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Lord Nelson is just to the left. The steps on the right lead to the cenotaph.

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Oats Royd Mill is in the background and below it to the let is Church Hill.

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Oats Royd Mill is in the background and below it to the left is Church Hill.
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