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© Mr Robert W Mawer

IoE Number: 338494
Photographer: Mr Robert W Mawer
Date Photographed: 10 June 2000
Date listed: 06 June 1983
Date of last amendment: 06 June 1983
Grade II

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ELLANDNORTH DEAN ROADSE 0842231/70Copley Bridge Toll HouseII

ELLAND NORTH DEAN ROAD SE 084223 1/70 Copley Bridge Toll House II Toll bridge house, now workshop and garage. Early C19. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof and stone ridges. Elongated octagon in plan. Single storey with hipped roof, central stack diagonally placed, scalloped eaves board. In each face a window, formerly with Gothic glazing except the face directly to the road which has shallow stone hood formerly sheltering the toll board (currently said to be loose inside the building) dated 1833 and bearing the initials of B. W. Kennett-Dawson, who was owner of the surrounding estate. Copley Bridge Bar is one of the 15 toll bridges which remain in North-East England. (Halifax Courier, 3rd August, 1949). E. Webster, '19th Century Halifax Travel and Transport' (Halifax 1982), p.12.

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