Reddish Vale Country Park

Wednesday October 17th 2012



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Reddish Vale Country Park

Wood Hall Dig

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Surprisingly few clay pipes were found on the dig site, the one below was found next to one of the walls of the Hall and could be the oldest find on the dig, and possibly dates between 1620 and 1650, clay pipes are dated by the inner diameter of the pipe stem.

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Above, a bottle with H Clarke, Stockport embosed on it, top left, a number of butchered bones have been found around the site, this was one of the largest, top right, Minton tiles and bottom right, a clay pipe with a Union Jack design on it.

Below, two panoramas of the farm site

Reddish Vale Country Park/Wood Hall

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