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Historic Houses in or near Whalley

The large village of Whalley lies on the banks of the River Calder in Lancashire and is overlooked by a large wooded hill called Whalley Nab. The Whalley Arches is a well known landmark being a 48 span railway viaduct crossing the River Calder. Whalley has good transport links with regular trains to Manchester and Blackburn and buses to several other towns in the area. Historic Houses in or near Whalley Gawthorpe Hall are listed below.
1 Result In Or Near Whalley
4.7 miles from centre of Whalley
Discover 'the Downton of the north' at Gawthorpe Hall Gawthorpe Hall was built in the early 17th century for Sir Richard Shuttleworth although the family owned the estate for 200 years before. Much of the original plasterwork remains and the long gallery is hung with early 17th century portraits. Many of the paintings are on loan from the National Portrait Gallery. Several rooms contain an exhibition of needlework, lace, textiles and costumes collected by the late Hon. Rachel Kay-Shutt...
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