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The railway crossing keeper's cottage is at the bottom of the lane. Taken in the 1920s. Fielden Bros warehouses are on the right with Rose Bank in the distance.

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The home of the Fielden family. The castle was built for John Fielden between 1866 and 1869 at a cost of £71,589. In the mid-twentieth century it became an approved school, then a Buddhist Retreat and is currently used as an Activity Centre for…

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The home of the Fielden family. The castle was built for John Fielden between 1866 and 1869 at a cost of £71,589. In the mid-twentieth century it became an approved school, then a Buddhist Retreat and is currently used as an Activity Centre for…

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You can just make out the spire of the Unitarian Church.

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LYRS 8692 - Level Crossing gates from the east side probably in the late 1960s. Once on the carriage drive to Dobroyd Castle it is now a pedestrian crossing only and the cottage on the far right has gone.

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LYRS 8691 - The Level Crossing, Cottage & Warehouse probably late 1960s. The structural outline on the cottage end wall was where the tiny Single Box was situated. The crossing is now pedestrian only and the buildings have gone.

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LYRS 3825 - c.1890. On the carriage drive to Dobroyd Castle. "The level crossing at Dobroyd was controlled from this quaint, doll's house-style structure, first erected in 1872, and replaced in 1901. The job of crossing keeper was an occupational…
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