Panorama of Brierfield taken from Cuckstool Lane (05 July 1998, 1645).
is a small town between Nelson and Burnley.
It is historically connected to the Quaker
movement; their meeting house still stands just down the hill from Marsden Cross.
Huge mill buildings (Smith & Nephew) still dominate much of Brierfield and loom over
the housing estate built on the old gas works (you can see the S&N building in the
just to the right of center in the picture).
Places of Interest
||Walverden Road, just below the junction with Halifax Road.
||Built in 1760, a single storey, stone built building.
Books on Brierfield
Brierfield", John Bentley, Paperback (December 1984)