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Man-made heritage

Stonelow Hall, Longsdon

A stone-built farmhouse of possible 16th or 17th century origin, restored in1866. The farmhouse possibly incorporates elements of an earlier building. No public access.

Stych Farmhouse, Bradnop

A listed stone built farmhousewith a late 16th century core and later additions

Sun dial, Alton

This listed sun dial is late 18th century with a gritstone shaft and copper dial and gnomon.

(click the image to see the whole sun dial)

Thomas Harvey Memorial, Cauldon Church

A listed ashlar chest tomb to Thomas Harvey (died 1780), within the grounds of the Church of Saint Mary at Cauldon.

Three Turnpike Era Mileposts in Waterhouses Parish

Listed 19th century cast iron mileposts which give distances to Ashbourne and Leek. Cast in 1834 they are three out of a series on the Ashbourne to Congleton turnpike.

Tomb, St Peter's Alton
Townsend Farm Hollow Way

The remains of a hollow way aligned north-south, identified to the east of Townsend Farm Horton during field work.

Tramway, Far Kingsley Banks

Tramways which possibly date from 1855, which link the Consall flint mills with associated mining shafts. the tramway forms part of Consall Nature Park trail.

Triple Chest Tomb, Cauldon Churchyard

A listed triple chest tomb of probable 18th century date. The tomb is rectangular in plan and has an inlaid slate inscription slab (which is now illegible).

Turnpike Era Milepost Bradnop

A listed late 19th Century milepost of painted cast iron, which shows the distances to Leek, Ashbourne and London.