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Panorama picture of Brierfield
Panorama of Brierfield taken from Cuckstool Lane (05 July 1998, 1645).

Brierfield 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).

Key Features

bullet1 Quaker Meeting House
bullet2 St Lukes Church
bullet3 Links to other Brierfield Sites

Places of Interest

Description Location Comments
MeetingHouse1-10.jpg (19113 bytes) Walverden Road, just below the junction with Halifax Road. Built in 1760, a single storey, stone built building.
2 St Lukes Church    



Babs' Ramblings

Lee's Brierfield Page


Books on Brierfield

"Old Brierfield", John Bentley, Paperback (December 1984)


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