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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.

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To the left of the railings is the former Cloth Hall and to the right in the foreground is Heptonstall Museum.

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The scenes here represent on the left, the Lancashire cotton spinning industry, and on the right the engineering and agriculture of Yorkshire.

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Showing the early technique of glazing direct to the stone frame

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The former Municipal Offices, Rise Lane, are now apartments.

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Built 1908 used for unemployment payments, registry and education offices

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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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