Calton Moor House

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Date:1920 - 1929 (c.)

Description:Thatched hay ricks and a horse-drawn farm wagon at Calton Moor House. The owner, John Phillips, is standing to the right, with two young farm hands to the left.

Calton Moor House stands at the crossroads of the Ashbourne to Leek and the Froghall to Blore roads. It has been at various times in its history a public house, with a number of different names: 'Honest Miller', 'Red Lion Inn' and 'the Jolly Sailor'.

Copy of original image produced by Tony Blore for 'Calton is my Dwelling Place' by David Swinscoe (Churnet Valley Books, 2006).

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Image courtesy of: Mr Tony Bloor & David Swinscoe

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