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Pecket Monument on Smeakin Hill. Raygate?
Stoodley Pike refers to a 1400 feet (400m) hill, although it is better known for its 121feet (37m) monument which was designed by local architect James Green and completed in 1856 at the end of the Crimean War.

The monument replaced an earlier…
Inscription: Sacred to the memory of CROSSLY WESTERMAN Osborne House, Hebden Bridge BORN JULY 6TH 1861, DIED AUGUST 25TH 1918 ALSO OF ???? DAUGHTER OF SYDNEY (REDMAN?) DIED JUNE 12 1(9?? ??????) ALSO SYDNEY REDMAN DIED (DEC?)EMBER 2ND (1886?)…
This eye-catching monument on the Pennine Way stands 1,310 feet above sea level and some 120 feet high on the crest of a windswept hill. It was erected to commemorate the surrender of Paris to the Allied Armies in March 1814: during the Napoleonic…
After the Civic Service at St John in the Wilderness, Cragg Vale, 2004
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