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Viewed from the top of Hangingroyd Lane with Moss Lane running across in front of the mill gates. Shepherd's wagons parked up on part on the site of a demolished building and part the mill yard. The view today is of houses on Waterside Fold.
LYRS60 The site is now mixed use but the stone gate pillars remain but not in their original position and a distance apart. Note the Victorian postbox in the wall.
Slide 2 - The principle entrance to the park is on the highway from Hipperholme to Halifax, at Godley Cutting. The Entrance Lodge is an imposing building, but rather heavy in appearance. Above the pointed archway is a shield, bearing the Lister arms.
Slide 9 - The splendid 18th century ironwork of the entrance gates to the gardens are good specimens of the period both in design and craftsmanship.
Slide 17 - On approaching the Hall from the Village of Clifton, the visitor enters the grounds by a carriage drive leading through a fine avenue of trees until the entrance is reached. In the gates of the latter may be noticed some excellent…
Slide 1 - Kildwick Hall is one of our well preserved 'Ancient Homes' and stands on the sunny slope of a hill. Immediately below the house is Kildwick church or 'Lang Church in Craven', as it is commonly called.

The outlook from the front embraces…
Slide 2 - Leaving this charming old homestead, we are soon brought to the quiet village of Holme. This peaceful and unpretentious old-world hamlet occupies a secluded position almost in the centre of Cliviger, and in the latter part of the twelfth…
Slide 5: At the end of the avenue are the entrance gates facing the carriage drive leading to the Hall. It consists of a centre carriage way with an arched gateway on each side.
Slide 2 - Leaving the woodland path, the avenue is reached leading to the house, the tall trees overarching the roadway down which we pass.
Slide 1 - Leaving Otley, which is situated under the famed Chevin, and passing over the stone bridge of seven arches which crosses the Wharfe and then taking the road to our right, we shortly reach the Lodge at the entrance to the Farnley domains,…
The plaque above the doorway is dated 1642. The building now houses Heptonstall Museum operated by Calderdale Council.
Looking from Draper Lane going, Slack Bottom towards Lee Wood looking across at Old Town Wadsworth
Shore Chapel and grounds. The chapel is now (2019) in a state of dereliction.
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