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The Lord Nelson Inn, built of stone now rendered in roughcast, is the very epitome of a village pub. It has an unusual plan and may have always been an inn. It consists of two parallel ranges, staggered so that the west wing projects to the north…

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Taken from Upper Foot Farm. On the skyline is the spire of St Mary's. The row of cottages on the right is Albion Terrace.

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Back of photo dated 28/10/74, with a reference G/158/53

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PNH00819.: Kershaw House is an example of an F plan house: two bays projecting from one main structure. In the 1500s it belonged to cloth manufacturer John Beaumont. The house was rebuilt in 1650 by James Murgatroyd." (From Weaver To Web -…

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PNH00818. Village scene with Murgatroyd's Oats Royd Mill on the skyline. The Mill was severely damaged by fire in February 1989 and the six storey mill building seen here was totally destroyed.

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This grade II listed building on Luddenden Lane, Luddenden Foot has a long and interesting history. Although it is widely believed to have been built in 1650 by the Midgley family of Midgley, this is not the case. Evidence exists that there has been…

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Between Luddenden and Midgley
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