27 August 1952
| Sandstone rubble with stone slate roof|
Hacking Hall with wall enclosing garden to north west
The Old Zoo, Swan Court Shopping, New St Leonard's Church - L, St Peter and St Paul's Ch, Clitheroe Library
Hacking Hall Wikipedia
Hacking Hall is a Grade I listed, early-17th-century house situated at the confluence of the rivers Calder and Ribble in Lancashire, England.
It is thought that J. R. R. Tolkien (Lord of the Rings) may have taken inspiration from the ferry here for the Bucklebury Ferry over the Brandywine river in his book, as it was still operational when Tolkien visited nearby Stonyhurst College.