Posted on January 16, 2014

Photo taken on October 14, 2010


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Tea rooms to holiday home

Tea rooms to holiday home
The oldest part of this group of corrugated iron buildings dates from c1897 and had to be moved up the hill when the scond railway viaduct was built here in 1905. The building on the left opened in 1906 as a refreshment room serving the nearby Miller's Dale station and operated until the railway closed in 1967. Reopened from the 1980s to 2002 these corrugated iron buildings are now fully refurbished as a holiday let.

Now known as the "Wriggly Tin" the buildings have their own website: www.wrigglytin.co.uk/aspx001/article.aspx?CID=5&SID=f0fc0b69-dd11-472a-b559-c22ded590799

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