The old part of the village of Diggle, historically known as Diggle Lee, is separated by the railway and canal from the more modern, built-up part of the village along the main road. The stone-mullioned windows are typical of the style of building of cottages in the Saddleworth area.
As the lane is a dead end, this is one of the lesser-known corners of the Saddleworth area. It is surprising to remember that this location is only eight miles from the brick terraces of Ashton.
See Google Aerial View of this location.
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