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This mock mediaeval mansion was constructed between 1859 and 1867. Demolition started in 1962 and only a few sections remain today.
To the left of the railings is the former Cloth Hall and to the right in the foreground is Heptonstall Museum.
The scenes here represent on the left, the Lancashire cotton spinning industry, and on the right the engineering and agriculture of Yorkshire.
Showing the early technique of glazing direct to the stone frame
The former Municipal Offices, Rise Lane, are now apartments.
Built 1908 used for unemployment payments, registry and education offices
A Grade 2 listed building
Scaitcliffe Hall is beautifully situated in a picturesque part of the Burnley valley. The south part was re-built in 1666 and the north part in 1738, but it was completely pulled down and re-erected in 1833. It is now a…
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