in Stoke-on-Trent and area
Lodge at Harecastle
Trent & Mersey Canal
31 October 1989
Lodge at Harecastle Tunnel
STOKE ON TRENT SJ85SW TRENT
AND MERSEY CANAL, Tunstall
Lodge. 1824-1827. White-washed brick with a slate roof.
Harecastle Tunnel, Trent and Mersey Canal
in the centre
the white canal lodge
Brindley's brick tunnel portal set back to the left.
Telford's rock-faced ashlar tunnel portal to the right.
these are also listed
photo: Roger Kidd -
Lodge built to serve the Harecastle
Steve Birks May 2008
Canal Lodge. 1824-1827. White-washed brick with a
slate roof and overhanging eaves.
2 brick gable stacks. 2 storeys, 3 bays. South
front has central doorway with crude pilaster and pediment door
surround. Either side single 3-light casements with segmentally
arched brick heads. 2 similar through smaller windows above.
Built to serve the Harecastle Tunnel for the
Trent and Mersey Canal.
Boathorse Road, Harecastle
Brindley and Harecastle Tunnel
historic boatman's walk to Kidsgrove
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