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G.V II

House at right angles to Brearley Hall dated 1897, used originally as billiard hall and bachelor accommodation to Brearley Hall (q.v.) now forms separate residence. Hammer dressed stone, ashlar dressings, stone slate roof. Good example of…

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G.V. II*

House, dated 1637 with altered cross-wing late C17, porch dated 1733, with added barn mid C18 with early C19 alterations. Large dressed stone to earliest build and thin coursed rubble stone with ashlar quoins to later wing, stone slate…

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G.V. II*

House, dated 1637 with altered cross-wing late C17, porch dated 1733, with added barn mid C18 with early C19 alterations. Large dressed stone to earliest build and thin coursed rubble stone with ashlar quoins to later wing, stone slate…

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G.V. II*

House, dated 1637 with altered cross-wing late C17, porch dated 1733, with added barn mid C18 with early C19 alterations. Large dressed stone to earliest build and thin coursed rubble stone with ashlar quoins to later wing, stone slate…

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Erected on the former Polish Club site, Salford, 2002.

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Erected on the former Polish Club site, Salford, 2002.

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Location unknown, but standing right to left are Michael Newton and Philip Longbottom, DAvid Fletcher is the middle of the men lifting.

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Grooves in stonework

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No information. Can anyone help? Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Allegedly on a coffin road from Lancashire to Yorkshire, above Withhens Clough, where the coffin bearers were allowed to rest. Back of photo dated 26 Sept 1956

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The rotating arm and its stone wheel were moved - by animal or man - around a circular base to produce sand for floors, roads and building work. The stone crusher was removed to Bacup town centre in the 1970s.

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26th May 1956, members of the HBLHS.

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Also known as Churn Milk Peg and Savile's Low, this stone is located on Midgley Moor. It is a 6' 9" high stone pillar - probably originally placed as a boundary marker. The stone is claimed to spin round three times on New Year's Eve. It is said to…

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Also known as Churn Milk Peg and Savile's Low, this stone is located on Midgley Moor. It is a 6' 9" high stone pillar - probably originally placed as a boundary marker. The stone is claimed to spin round three times on New Year's Eve. It is said to…

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Also known as Churn Milk Peg and Savile's Low, this stone is located on Midgley Moor. It is a 6' 9" high stone pillar - probably originally placed as a boundary marker. The stone is claimed to spin round three times on New Year's Eve. It is said to…
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