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3 Boundary stones 100 meters to SW of Sykes Gate Bottom, Cragg Vale.

Grade: II. Boundary stones. Probably early C19. Upright rectangular stone slabs forming the 3 points of a triangle 30 m apart from each other. Each one has face inscribed: " S +…

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Boundary stone 100 meters to SW of Sykes Gate Bottom, Cragg Vale.

Grade: II. Boundary stones. Probably early C19. Upright rectangular stone slabs forming the 3 points of a triangle 30 m apart from each other. Each one has face inscribed: " S + B".…

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Showing Ashlar stone in a arched doorway in one of the buildings. date c. 1977

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This stone marks the old boundary between Heptonstall and Wadsworth civil parishes or townships.
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