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Neolithic flint axe, Bromborough Court House, Brombrough

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A Neolithic flint axe was found in the garden of the Bromborough Court House. It was initially described as an arrowhead. It was a flaked axe, broken near the butt end. It was 38mm long, 55mm wide and 25mm thick. It weighed 111.5g. The flint is mottled greeny brown and medium grey, cortext...

Site of a barn and outbuildings of Bridgefield House (Irelands House), Cartbridge Lane, Halewood

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Former site of the barn and outbuildings of Bridgefield House (Irelands House), Cartbridge Lane, Halewood. (1-2) The property is shown, as two buildings, on Stanleys Derby Estate Plan of 1783, but was not part of the estate and is labelled Wm Smiths land. (3) According to the Tithe map of...

Flint flake, west of River Alt, Ince Blundell

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Me 090 Ince Blundell NGR SD 34320335 Site Type Flint findspot Period Prehistoric uncertain Source Fieldwalking Conditions Good A single flake in a poor quality, medium grey boulder clay flint came from the alluvial clay surface of the floodplain close to the line of the River Alt. The uppe...

Site of Blackley Hurst Colliery, off Garswood Road, Billinge (Chapel End)

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Former site of Blackley Hurst Colliery, off Garswood Road, Billinge (Chapel End). (1) Although no buildings or features are marked on the Tithe map of 1836, according to its apportionment, the name of Plot No. 385 was Coal Works. (2-3) A group of small, unlabelled buildings are shown on th...

Newstead Farmhouse with Attached Buildings, Liverpool

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From the National Heritage List for England: SJ 4187 QUARRY STREET (west side) L25 43/938+1 Newstead Farmhouse with attached buildings 14.3.75 II House and outbuildings. Early C19. Stone with slate roof. Building round 3 sides of yard, with one wing facing street, street facade of 5 bays,...

Gatekeepers hut at pierhead to south of dock entrance, Brunswick Dock, Toxteth Park

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From the National Heritage List for England: SJ 38 NW BRUNSWICK HALF- TIDE DOCK L3 6/178 Gatekeepers hut at pierhead to south of dock entrance G.V. II Gatekeepers hut. Perhaps 1832. Stone. Octagonal with deep eaves and corbelled roof with stone finial. 7 windows and entrance with no frames...

Barn of Old Hall Farm, Landican Lane, Landican

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Barn building of Old Hall Farm, Landican Lane, Landican. A field visit carried out in 1989 found that in the farmhouse, a beam over the fireplace was inscribed with the date 1682, and it is possible that the barn was built at the same time. (1-2) A lease dating to 1767 between Rev Thomas W...

Willow Cottage, Redhouse Lane, West Kirby

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Willow Cottage, Redhouse Lane, West Kirby, a mid 19th century house. Two storey cottage with small casements and sashes, slate roof, sandstone. There is also a small slate roofed sandstone shippon at the side of the cottage. (1) The house does not appear on the Tithe map of 1844. (2) It is...

Vauxhall Ironworks, Beaufort Road, Birkenhead

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Vauxhall Ironworks, the former Birkenhead Forge, Beaufort Road, Birkenhead, a mid 19th century ironworks. The site consists of three ranges aligned with Beaufort Road. The northern most one fronting the road is probably the earliest. It has round headed arches (all now blocked) which once...

Blackley Hurst Colliery Railway, Ashton-in-Makerfield

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Blackley Hurst Colliery Railway, Ashton in Makerfield. (1-2) The railway line extended from the Blackley Hurst Colliery in the north, to Carr Mill, then turned towards the southeast and ended at the Black Brook Quay, approximately two miles. The incline was completed in the 1770s. It was d...