© Mr Alan Fleming
STODHART TUNNEL, HAYFIELD ROAD (east side)
CHAPEL EN LE FRITH, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE
Mr Alan Fleming
13 April 2004
03 September 1985
Date of last amendment:
16 February 1987
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In the entry for:
1. HAYFIELD ROAD
5172 (East Side)
SK08 SE 4/21A Stodhart Tunnel Entrance
HAYFIELD ROAD (east side)
The address shall be amended to read: Stodhart Tunnel
This item shall be upgraded to Grade II* (star).
The description shall be amended to include the following sentences at the end:
"The tunnel itself is lined with rock-faced gritstone, and it extends some 200 yards
into the hillside. The tunnel at the other end has been filled in and the tunnel
The list was previously amended in respect of this entry on 3 September 1985.
SK08 SE 4/21A GV Stodhart Tunnel Entrance
2. Tramway tunnel entrance. 1796 designed by Benjamin Outram, the engineer
to the Peak Forest Tramway. Coursed squared and rockfaced gritstone. Concave
walling with ashlar coping, 4 metres high having segment headed archway 2
metres high in the centre. Archway has rock-faced jambs and voussoirs.