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Slide set: [Landscapes and historic buildings in north-west England] (lecture: privately made, 85 slides, n.d.)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
[1]
Haigh Hall
[2]
Peel Old Hall near Bolton
[3]
View from Rivington
[4]
Rivington Pike
[5]
Hall in the Woods, Bolton
[6]
Hawkshead Grammar School
[7]
Hawkshead Village
[8]
Standish Hall, Wigan
[9]
Parbold
[10]
River Duddon at Ulpha
[11]
Parbold Beacon
[13]
Trough in Bowland
[14]
Three Shire Stone
[15]
Wallabarrow Crag
[16]
Dunnerdale
[17]
Dunnerdale Eastwards
[18]
River Duddon at Duddon
[19]
Duddon Gorge
[20]
River Duddon at Birks' Bridge
[21]
Leg Rock, Birks' Bridge
[22]
Hoghton Tower, Preston
[23]
Wardley Hall
[24]
Ashurst Beacon
[25]
Clitheroe Castle
[26]
Worsley Old Hall
[27]
Worsley Packet House
[28]
Grant's Tower
[29]
Francis Thompson House, Preston
[30]
Old Road over Blackstone Edge
[31]
Kersall Cells
[32]
Towneley Monument
[33]
Road to Cockley Beck
[34]
Cockley Beck Bridge
[35]
Whitewell
[37]
Bolton Hall
[38]
Esthwaite Water
[39]
Pendle Hill from Rivington
[40]
Hoghton Tower, Preston
[41]
Towneley Hall, Burnley
[42]
Lancaster Castle
[43]
[Memorial to Reverend Robert Walker of Seathwaite]
[44]
Wordsworth's Lodging, Hawkshead
[45]
William Wordsworth -- From a drawing by Hancock about 1798
[46]
Stydd Almshouse
Slide b
Whalley
[48]
Fac-Simile of Letter from the 'Wonderful's' Grandson
Slide c
North East Gateway Whalley
Slide d
Chapter House Whalley Abbey
Slide b
Furness Abbey
[52]
Whalley Abbey
[53]
Furness Abbey
Slide a
Pillars at Furniss Abbey
Slide e
The Abbots Lodgings, Whalley Abbey
[56]
Sabden Clough
[60]
Pendleton
[61]
Barley Village Pendle
[63]
An Old Manor House
[64]
Ribchester Church
[65]
Stydd Church
Slide c
Arches at Furniss Abbey
[67]
Rowfold Bridge
[68]
Croston Church
[69]
Croston Rectory
[70]
Samlesbury
[71]
Stonyhurst
[72]
Sale Wheel, Ribchester
[73]
[Panoramic view of landscape with river]
[74]
Sundial, Ribchester
[75]
Duddon Bridge
[76]
Duddon Estuary
[77]
Seathwaite
[78]
Cromwell Bridge
[80]
Ogden Clough, Pendle Hill
[81]
Blacko Tower
[82]
Roughlee Hall
[83]
Seathwaite Church
[84]
White Bull Hotel, Ribchester
[85]
Vale of Duddon
[112]
Whitewell
[136]
Waddington Hall
Slide a
Whalley
[158]
Road between Downham and Worston
[159]
Worston Hall
[162]
Downham and Pendle Hill
[179]
Pendle Hill
Main type of image
photograph
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
unknown
People appearing in slides

WORDSWORTH, William  (1770-1850) – slide [45]

Notes

This 'set' comprises two clear groups of slides on the same subject; those with handwritten captions appear to be the work of the same person.

The slides may have been part of the Manchester Geographical Society Collection, but there are no labels or captions to identify them as such and it is more likely that they are a separate private donation.

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Lucerna ID  3009611

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2017

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