Low Farndale Methodist Chapel.

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Apologies for the lack of posts recently, the site is not dead, work has just become very busy.
Methodist Chapel, Low Mill, Farndale
Two Methodist Chapels existed in Farndale, this is the one at Low Mill, the walls contain a great many memorials.
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Methodist Chapel, Low Mill, Farndale

This old photo from August 27 1926 shows a celebration of an anniversary of Low Farndale Methodist Chapel (which anniversary is unclear currently)

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Planning permission records suggest it became a private home around 1984.

Skinningrove Mine Water Treatment

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A series of concrete tanks were installed around the year 2000 with high surface area plastic media filtering the mine water, and ochre sludge is collected in the two-metre deep tanks.

Skinningrove Mine Water Treatment

Some of the plastic filters can be seen discarded by the side.

Skinningrove Mine Water Treatment

But the maintenance problems associated with the tanks and media becoming clogged were not initially appreciated and it no longer operates, with the beck still being stained by mine water.

 

Skinningrove Mine Water Treatment

 

Gillamoor Sundial

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Gillamoor Sundial was erected August 27th 1800 by John Russell.
Gillamoor Sundial
Gillamoor Sundial
The lower cylinder is inscribed “ERECTED BY SUBSCRIPTION”.
Sloped cap of cylinder carries a Time Equation table.
Gillamoor Sundial
Gillamoor Sundial
Gillamoor Sundial
Gillamoor Sundial
Cube has east and west meridian dials carved on east and west faces, and north and south vertical direct dials to north and south faces.North face also inscribed with name and date: “J Russell Sculpit, August 27th, AD MDCCC”.
Gillamoor Sundial
Gillamoor Sundial
Gillamoor Sundial
Gillamoor Sundial

Northallerton Purple Beech Trees

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May 12th 1937 These Purple Beech Trees were planted in commemoration of the coronation of His Majesty King George VI.
Northallerton Purple Beech
The trees were planted in the order named (South to North) by members of the Northallerton Urban District Council

T. Woodhead J.P.C.C.
A. E. Skelton
C. Fowler
G. J. Cotton
W. Barker
G. East
J. Avey
J. Kellett
A. Howard (Chairman)
R. Hill
W. Watson
R. Norris

I. W. Atlay J.P. (ex-councillor)
E. O. Hillyard Surveyor
H. G. Hanan Medical Officer of Health
Zion Women’s Guild of Service
Northallerton Purple Beech

They can all still clearly be seen from the Google Maps view.