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Slide 2 - Barkisland Hall belongs to the style of architecture fashionable in the days of the unfortunate Charles, and is a fine example of the period. It is a three storied, three gabled building, and consisted originally of a centre 'House Body',…

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Slide 1 - This Hall stands about midway between the villages of Ripponden and Stainland and is unique in the Parish of Halifax, in that it has three floors, and its porch is carried up to the height of the building.

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The large and magnificent Barkisland Hall loudly proclaims the middling gentry status of its builder, John Gledhill. Unique within the district in being three storeys high, it has a fully developed F-plan with a projecting porch dated 1638 and…

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The large and magnificent Barkisland Hall loudly proclaims the middling gentry status of its builder, John Gledhill. Unique within the district in being three storeys high, it has a fully developed F-plan with a projecting porch dated 1638 and…
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