Kenyon Peel Hall (also known as Peel Old Hall)6242

Salford, Greater Manchester, England, Greater Manchester

Brief Description

Kenyon Peel Hall had a hall with gardens and orchards in open country to the south of Hanging Bank (later Manchester Road West). This was an irregularly-shaped site at the end of a wooded track or drive and including a number of ponds or lakes. By the late-19th-century the area was being developed for housing and industrial purposes, the mainline railway was in place to the south of the site and the countryside was cut through with colliery railways linking to the main track. The whole area has now been developed, and this site is lost.

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Contributors

  • Lancashire Gardens Trust

  • Greater Manchester Archaeological Unit