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Report - Hartshead Pike feb 2012

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by troubleuk, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. troubleuk

    troubleuk here comes trouble ....
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    The tower on Hartshead Pike is a well-known local landmark. It overlooks Ashton and is visible from many surrounding areas. It is a popular destination for afternoon strolls and the tower once housed a refreshment shop.


    The Pike​


    Me at the door​


    My dad and me at the entrance


    Bottom floor fire place


    Stairsway leading up to the 1st floor


    Looking back down the stairway


    fisrt floor fire place


    Looking up the chimney


    My dad and me stood each side off the stairway with a stone walkway above


    My dad stood on the stone platform


    A view from the second floor bricked up window
    could not get up to the third floor
    the stairs seem to have been bricked up


    a view from inside looking right up to the top off the pike


    Me and my dad stood on the real pike

    this was the first one built
    in 1751 but was struck by lightning and split into two
    The tower was rebuilt in 1863 by John Eaton, a little south of the earlier structure, to mark the wedding of the Prince of Wales to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. The land on which the tower stands was given to the town by Lord Stamford, who also gave the stone for the tower's construction to the present day where it stands high on the hills ​
    #1 troubleuk, Mar 14, 2012
    Last edited: Mar 15, 2012

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  2. showcasing

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    Always wanted to know what this place looked like inside.
    #2 showcasing, Apr 12, 2015
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