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OXYGRAINS BRIDGE, Rishworth, is a single-arch stone pack¬horse bridge without any Parapet, and is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Watson wrote that the Ryburn stream "receives a considerable rivulet at the Ox-grains bridge, in the same township…

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BOOTH DEAN BRIDGE, Rishworth, is a single-arch stone bridge in Booth Dean, carrying the road across the valley to Ripponden and Ringstone Reservoir

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Bridge, Slytheroe Bridge, Rishworth

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Temple Mill Bridge, Cunning Corner, Rishworth. Circa 1960

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Temple Mill Bridge, Cunning Corner, Rishworth. Circa 1960

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Temple Mill Bridge, Cunning Corner, Rishworth. Date c 1960

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LYRS 3534. Rishworth Trestle Bridge - carrying station approach. The branch line from Sowerby Bridge to Ripponden opened in 1878 and on to Rishworth in 1881. The original intention had been to tunnel under Blackstone Edge and re-join the Manchester…

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LYRS 2590. Rishworth Station - general view along platform with Railmotor. The branch line from Sowerby Bridge to Ripponden opened in 1878 and on to Rishworth in 1881. The original intention had been to tunnel under Blackstone Edge and re-join the…

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LYRS 0654. Hughes 0-4-0RM No 3 at Rishworth. The branch line from Sowerby Bridge to Ripponden opened in 1878 and on to Rishworth in 1881. The original intention had been to tunnel under Blackstone Edge and re-join the Manchester line near Smithy…

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NAME: RISHWORTH MILLS
LOCATION: Rishworth
REF: RY 4
GRID REF: 036 179
CLASSIFICATION: C
CONDITION: Mostly used
APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Mid – late 19C (site earlier)
DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: This was the site of a corn mill that was in…

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NAME: STONES MILL

LOCATION: Quarter mile SW of Slitheroe Bridge

REF: RY 10

GRID REF: 033 187

CONDITION: Mostly empty

CLASSIFICATION: C

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Late 19C (site earlier)

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: A large, late…

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NAME: STONES MILL

LOCATION: Quarter mile SW of Slitheroe Bridge

REF: RY 10

GRID REF: 033 187

CONDITION: Mostly empty

CLASSIFICATION: C

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Late 19C (site earlier)

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: A large, late…

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NAME: RISHWORTH MILLS
LOCATION: Rishworth
REF: RY 4
GRID REF: 036 179
CLASSIFICATION: C
CONDITION: Mostly used
APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Mid – late 19C (site earlier)
DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: This was the site of a corn mill that was in…

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NAME: RISHWORTH MILLS

LOCATION: Rishworth

REF: RY 4

GRID REF: 036 179

CLASSIFICATION: C

CONDITION: Mostly used

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Mid – late 19C (site earlier)

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: This was the site of a corn mill that…

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NAME: SLITHEROE MILL

LOCATION: Slitheroe Bridge

REF: RY 5

GRID REF: 034 187

CLASSIFICATION: C

CONDITION: Semi used

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Early 20C (site earlier)

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: This is one of the oldest mill sites in…

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NAME: SPRING MILL
LOCATION: Booth Wood
REF: RY 3
GRID REF: 035 168
CLASSIFICATION: C
CONDITION: Derelict
APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Mid 19C (site earlier)
DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: The bottom of the group of four mills at Booth Wood,…

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The sketch and description were originally published in The Halifax Courier in 1912-1913. In the upper part of Ryburn Valley, about a mile behind Rishworth Grammar School. It has really been two houses, the lower half being the older. In…

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The sketch and description were originally published in The Halifax Courier in 1912-1913. Now used as a farm house. It was fitted up after the death in 1724 of Mr John Wheelwright, the founder of Rishworth Grammar School, as a boarding house for…
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