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Heuthwaite House from River Wharfe (Wetherby)
Black & White image1920 Heuthwaite House from the River Wharfe. The name Heuthwaite is a combination of the old English 'hoh' meaning a spur of land and the Scandinavian 'thwaite' meaning clearing.
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Thwaite House (Stourton)
Colour image18th November 1994 view looking onto Thwaite House, which was built 1823 on the foundations of an earlier building. It is now used as an exhibition centre.
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Thwaite House (Stourton)
Colour image18th November 1999 View of Thwaite House, which was built in 1823 on the foundations of an earlier building. It was originally the home of family and servants of the mill managers. It is now used as an exhibition centre.
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Thwaite House, mill pond (Stourton) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec. 1900. View of William Horn, owner of Thwaite Mills on a barge on the mill pond. Thwaite House can be seen in the background. This was built in 1823 on the foundations of a much earlier house and is now a Grade 2 listed building. It had been used as the mill manager's house and several generations of the Horn family lived in this property. It became virtually derelict in the 1950s but has now been restored and is used as an exhibition centre at Thwaite Mills Museum.
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