These photographs illustrate some features of different Brayshaw and Booth milestones in the old West Riding.

   
A well-looked after stone, one of many in the attractive village of Cawthorne, near Barnsley. Note the horizontal lettering.
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  All the Brayshaw & Booth stones in the Saddleworth district, near Oldham, have recently been restored. Note the use of the old “mere” names (the four divisions of the township).
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  Just outside Holmfirth, an interesting variant on the usual painting scheme. Here the letting is on a slant.
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An example of the wider flat stones used where the road was narrow, on the now perfectly wide enough road out of Elland towards Huddersfield. Also recently raised and restored.
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  The Brayshaw and Booth name is clearly visible on this otherwise somewhat rusty stone at Lepton, near Huddersfield.
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  A stone that has lost its iron plate, showing the Steads’ workmanship. This is on the A670 in Saddleworth, near the boundary with Mossley.
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