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Lower Fotherley


Lower Fotherley is a hamlet in Northumberland, located just over a mile east of the village of Healey. The hamlet consists of Low Fotherley Farm and Fell House; there is an 18th century barn and an early 19th century gingang, which are Grade II listed.[1] By Fell House is the start of Wheelbirks Lane, which is a byway to Wheelbirks, near Hindley.

 

Healey Civil Parish Wheelbirks
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Low Fotherley

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Track (footpath) to Low Fotherley

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Fell House

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Farm track and byway, Fell House

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Wheelbirks Lane

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Wheelbirks Lane

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Farmland south of Low Fotherley

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BARN AND GINGANG AT LOW FOTHERLEY
- "Barn, mid-C18 and early C19 gingang. Coursed rubble with dressings; stone slate roof to barn, Welsh slates on gingang. Elevation to farmyard shows double external stair; arch beneath with segmental ...

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