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This is the tallest building in Calderdale and is named after John Wainhouse, the industrialist who funded it. Although originally planned as a chimney it was never used as one and remained as a folly, reputedly the tallest one in the world. …

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The Chapel of Cross Stone or Cross Stone takes its name from a fragment of an 11th century cross found in the wall of a barn. In the Township of Stansfield, it was part of the Heptonstall parish, but due to the size of the area covered, a sub chapel…

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Postcard with 1953 postmark. The foundation stone was laid in 1847 and the church was consecrated in 1848, was enlarged in 1887 and the following year the foundation stone was laid for a new chancel. Distinctively it has a small octagonal spire on…

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HEPTONSTALL
According to an old deed, in the early part of the 17th century there was a Cloth Hall, the property of John Sunderland , of Horshold.
But the glory of Heptonstall is the old church, or rather it is sad to write, the ruins of the old…

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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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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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