HRS 2842 Radcliffe, Stand Lodge, rear of property 1969
There was considerable discussion in 1969 as to how much alteration has taken place in the property. It was seriously suggested by planners at the time that it was a typical handloom weavers' garrett with the small upper windows. It is certainly reminiscent of that style. The building in the foreground of the photograph is an outside toilet.
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Keywords:1969, handloom weaving, houses, jm astbury, ken howarth, lancashire, radcliffe, stand lodge, textiles, toilets, victorians