Caption for Wigan, Haigh Hall 1896:
Haigh Hall was designed by the twenty-fourth Earl of Crawford for himself and built at a cost of £100,000 between c1832 and 1840. Stone for the building was cut on site by machinery brought to the estate by way of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. The timber came from the Haigh and from Crawford's estates in Jamaica.
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