These are two different views of Haigh Hall. The Hall itself is surrounded by a high wall and looks to have been rebuilt in Victorian times, probably from the income of the local coal mines.

The bottom picture is of the Lodge, which is situated below the house at the end of the long drive on Jebb Lane, which connects Haigh with High Hoyland.

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