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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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The water garden was designed by John Hogg of Halifax, on behalf of Halifax Water Corporation in compensation for building the nearby reservoirs.

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One of the hidden gems of the area, only accessible on special open days, there are spectacular water features.

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One of the hidden gems of the area, only accessible on special open days, there are spectacular water features.

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One of the hidden gems of the area, only accessible on special open days, there are spectacular water features.

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One of the hidden gems of the area, only accessible on special open days, there are spectacular water features.

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The mansion has now gone but the fountain in the grounds is still played on occassions.

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The Talbot dog supported fountain can still be seen in Treveleyan Square in Leeds city centre. The Talbot was a type of hunting hound common in England during the Middle Ages.

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The Talbot dogs from Castle Carr in their new situation at Leeds.
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