ⓘ Simonstone, Lancashire

                                     

ⓘ Simonstone, Lancashire

Simonstone is a small village and civil parish in the Ribble Valley district of Lancashire, England. The population of the civil parish taken at the 2011 census was 1.154. It is about 4 miles west of Burnley and south of Pendle Hill and Clitheroe along the A671 road. The village adjoins the village of Read, Lancashire and neighbours Padiham.

                                     
  • Simonstone is a civil parish in Ribble Valley, Lancashire England. It contains 22 listed buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for
  • Simonstone may refer to: Simonstone Lancashire Simonstone North Yorkshire
  • Retrieved 31 August 2015. Read and Simonstone MARIO. Lancashire County Council. Retrieved 26 March 2016. Read and Simonstone Ordnance Survey Linked Data
  • Simonstone railway station was located on the east side of Simonstone Lane, 0.75 miles 1 km south of Simonstone centre and near Padiham, Lancashire
  • constructing the embankments between Great Harwood and Simonstone Regular use of the North Lancashire Loop ceased in 1957 the route closed completely in
  • was a British computer retailer and manufacturer based in Simonstone near Burnley, Lancashire marketing its products under the brand names Time, Tiny
  • professional snooker player. Herbert Holt was born on 1 June 1909 in Simonstone Lancashire His father was Willie Holt, a professional billiards player and
  • the Great Harwood loop, of the East Lancashire Line from Burnley to Blackburn via Rose Grove, Padiham, Simonstone and Great Harwood. The line between
  • buildings in Salesbury Listed buildings in Sawley, Lancashire Listed buildings in Simonstone Lancashire Listed buildings in Slaidburn Listed buildings in
  • Great Harwood and Simonstone It was closed on 2 December 1957 and the station later demolished. The railway line from Burnley to Simonstone was retained for