Thrybergh Ravenfield Dalton

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Taken from Jonathans photos the extracts below depict some of the local stonework

Other than the two stone Saxon crosses there are much later works in stone around the area, here are just a few examples



A young Queen Victoria? set in the wall of the building which used to be Beeden's Builders Park Lane


Worsley Cottage Door Lintel with date inset Park Lane


Boot scraper set in wall at  
Worsley Cottage Park Lane

Fullerton School 19th century


St Gerard on
St Gerards Church 1950

Cross St. Peters Church approx 1910


Belfry St. Peters Church approx 1910

Ravenfield School Doorway 1910




Stone walls had many variations in toppers, The battlement style is possibly peculiar to Thrybergh, as neither I or Jonathan Dabs can recall seeing similar toppers elsewhere. As Kids we would often grind at the stone with a penny coin, as you can see from the photo there are quite large circular impressions on the face of the Toppers.



The photo above has three variations in toppers., and uncut stone used in the base of the war Memorial
Thrybergh, Dalton, and Ravenfield had several sandstone quarry's, back in the 1800's, and early 1900's the earlier stone used in the area was provided by these quarry's.




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