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The Old Gatehouse stands guard alongside the entrance to Mossley Hall. Originally built as Whitehall, the home of wealthy mill owner George Mayall, Whitehall became Mossley's Town Hall. It is now known as Mossley Hall and is a private residence again, although the grounds form Mossley Park.
This is the grander of the two gate houses, the other being at the Old Brow entrance. This gate house stands on Stamford Road, looking out across the valley, with the entrance to the hall being on the left. (Check out the view by following the Google Street View link below!)
The building is interesting in its own right but the photo is made all the more interesting by the unusual cloud formation that appears behind it, neatly framing the shape of the roof!
See Birds Eye View of this location.
See Google Street View of this location.
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