130. Main Street, Grassington, Wharfedale, North Yorkshire Leading up a very narrow road are several wall-mounted top-entry mercury lanterns along with a column-mounted example in the short section where a defined footway exists.

A wall-mounted Thorn Beta 4 is first from Station Road. The bracket appears to have been bent at an angle, although why this has been done is something of a mystery as the bracket does not extend out far enough to pose a problem to high-sided vehicles trying to navigate the narrow road in front of them.

The rest of the lanterns are all ELECO HW-851s on a variety of different bracket types:

A photocell has been added above the finial of the column-mounted example; the supply cable for the cell extends out of the top of the spigot cap and follows the shape of the swan neck.


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