Toll House, Forsbrook

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Date:1955 - 1959 (c.)

Description:View of the Toll House at Forsbrook, which stood at the corner of Dilhorne Road and Cheadle Road. It was built by the Cheadle Turnpike Trust in 1838 at a cost of £18.10s.0d. on the Blythe Marsh to Thorpe road. It closed as a toll house in 1878 and was sold as a private residence. The house was demolished in 1959 for road widening.

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Creators: County Archaeology Department - Creator

Donor ref:C/P/65/7/1/19/1/1 (43/13727)

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