13 BROUGH SOWERBY (G.d.)
(O.S. 6 in. XXIII, N.E.)
Brough Sowerby is a parish adjoining Brough on
(1). Stamp Yat, cottage, on the N.W. corner of the
bend in the main road, 80 yards S. of Brough Sowerby
bridge, is of two storeys. The walls are of rough
ashlar and the roofs are slate-covered. It was built
probably early in the 17th century and has a moulded
string-course between the storeys with scrolled stops.
(2). Outbuilding, nearly opposite and S.E. of (1),
is of two storeys. The walls are of rubble and the
roofs are slate-covered. In the N. wall is a panel
with the initials and date T. and B.W. 1708.
(3). Belahbridge House, 630 yards S. of Brough
Sowerby bridge, was re-built in 1783, and has two
17th-century stones, one with the letters I.M. and the
other with the inscription TARM 1666.