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Search Aspect ( Dial House )
Location - Leeds & District

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Chapel Street (Halton) (11 comments)
Black & White image21st November 1949 View looking North West at numbers 3, 1, 4 and 5 Gravely Square and Dial House (Number 12 Chapel Street). A hardware store is visible to the right. Dog can be seen sat in the square. A brick wall surrounds 'Dial House'.
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Chapel Street, Dial House (Halton) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. An early photograph of Chapel Street, possibly dating back to 1860. In the centre is Dial House, built in 1720, altered in 1755 and still standing, now a listed building. On the left is the mistal (cowshed) of Venties Farm, with several people standing in front.
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Chapel Street, Graveley Square (Halton) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1964. View showing Graveley Square off Chapel Street. The latter is on the right, with the backs of nos. 10, 12 and 12a visible. No.12, with the gable end facing, is Dial House, dating back to 1720 and now a listed building. Graveley Square faces forward in the centre; nos. 4 and 5 can be seen. On the left is the rear of no. 1 Dial Terrace at the end of Dial Row. All the buildings except Dial House have now been demolished.
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Dial House, Chapel Street (Halton)
Black & White imageUndated. This house was built in 1720 and altered in 1755. There are original timbers in the roof which are reputed to have been taken from a sailing ship. A family named Graveley, who were in the building trade, lived at Dial House in the 19th Century. It became a listed building in 1951.
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Dial House, Chapel Street no. 12 (Halton) (1 comment)
Colour image2000 A view of Dial House built in 1720 and altered in 1755. The name Dial means a new turnpike, Halton Dial, on the road known as, the road to York. It is thought that the timbers in the roof of Dial House, which are the original, were from a sailing ship. The front elevation has the attractive variations in colour and tone of hand-moulded bricks. The house is on three storeys with elegant venetian windows at ground and first floor level. At the present, Dial House is operating as a safe house for local people experiencing a crisis in mental health. Dial House became a Grade III building in 1951.
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