Lydiate Hall, feb2019

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Lydiate hall was a 16th century hall in Merseyside. It was a black and white half timbered house similar to Speke hall. The hall was accompanied by a private chapel. It was a known Catholic house during the time of Elizabeth 1 and had 3 priest holes.
The building was constructed in the 15th and 16th century, and was altered in the 19th century. The building was set out in an L-shape. As of the 20th century, the foundations exist, along with the brick and stone structure with 19th century windows on the ground and first floor; the timber-framed hall was completely demolished. A partial collar and strut roof with moulded tie beams remained as of 1985, as well as a Tudor-headed fireplace with shield and cornice and a 19th-century range.
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On to the chapel....
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Parting shot....
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