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Sharneyford is a hamlet in Lancashire, Engalnd, on the A681 road between Bacup and Todmorden. It is home to one of the smallest schools in Britain,[citation needed] Sharneyford Primary School. Sharneyford Mill, located north of the school, was once the highest in England, at around 1,250 feet (380 m) above sea level;[1] it has now been demolished. Further up the hill there was a chapel, which was replaced by church further down the hill; the chapel became an engine-house for the railway that provided transport to and from the mill, when the mill was destroyed, the engine-house was emptied and abandoned. References[edit]

^ Newbigging, Thomas (1893). History of the forest of Rossendale. J.J. Riley. p. 269. Retrieved 2012-05-26. 

External links[edit] Media related to Sharneyford at Wikimedia Commons

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