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Market Cross, Rothwell, West Yorkshire ~ Wordless Wednesday

Replica of Rothwell's market cross, thought to be close to the site of the original medieval cross, August 2011

Replica of Rothwell's market cross, thought to be close to the site of the original medieval cross, August 2011

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  1. Paul FINCH

    Hi,
    Was the old cross in Commercial street situated on a junction? I have an old photo which I believe to be Rothwell but am unsure exactly! There’s quite a steepish hill leading down to some shops either side. I believe the image to be c1908

    • Hi Paul
      Where the cross is now, it’s at the top of a steepish hill – from there you can look across to the parish church. I’m sure there weren’t any shops when I was there in August. I think Commercial Street was blocked off by the building of a supermarket in the 1970s, but has now been opened up again. I’d love to see the photo! Feel free to email me: blog@iwikiwi.com

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