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http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/CRN00280.jpg
Erected on the former Polish Club site, Salford, 2002.

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Erected on the former Polish Club site, Salford, 2002.

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Location unknown, but standing right to left are Michael Newton and Philip Longbottom, DAvid Fletcher is the middle of the men lifting.

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Grooves in stonework

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http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/KEC00183.jpg
No information. Can anyone help? Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive

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Allegedly on a coffin road from Lancashire to Yorkshire, above Withhens Clough, where the coffin bearers were allowed to rest. Back of photo dated 26 Sept 1956

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The rotating arm and its stone wheel were moved - by animal or man - around a circular base to produce sand for floors, roads and building work. The stone crusher was removed to Bacup town centre in the 1970s.

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Three stone and slate mid terraced houses with gardens

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26th May 1956, members of the HBLHS before they re-erected this fallen stone, but can anybody identify the location?

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Also known as Churn Milk Peg and Savile's Low, this stone is located on Midgley Moor. It is a 6' 9" high stone pillar - probably originally placed as a boundary marker. The stone is claimed to spin round three times on New Year's Eve. It is said to…

http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/DBC00104.jpg
Also known as Churn Milk Peg and Savile's Low, this stone is located on Midgley Moor. It is a 6' 9" high stone pillar - probably originally placed as a boundary marker. The stone is claimed to spin round three times on New Year's Eve. It is said to…

http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/DBC00103.jpg
Also known as Churn Milk Peg and Savile's Low, this stone is located on Midgley Moor. It is a 6' 9" high stone pillar - probably originally placed as a boundary marker. The stone is claimed to spin round three times on New Year's Eve. It is said to…
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