CROMFORD Derbyshire

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Roy Pledger on November 4, 2011

The lock-up is situated to the rear of 21 Swift’s Hollow, DE4 3RF off Cromford Hill. It dates to 1790 and is Grade 11 listed. The two storey lock-up, with keeper’s accommodation above, is now a private store. It is built from coursed rubble with Ashlar dressing. The triangular slate roof has two chimney stacks. The recessed wooden plank door is reached by two stone steps. There is a two light flush mullion shuttered window on the front face. The ground floor contains two iron door cells.

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  • Uploaded on November 4, 2011
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    by Roy Pledger
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