Witherslack Hall School
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Witherslack Hall School is in the village of Witherslack near Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, England. It is a residential and day school for boys aged 11–19 with special educational needs, including complex learning, communication, behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. It holds places for about 60-72 pupils who go home at weekends and school holidays.
The school's central building, Witherslack Hall, was built in 1874 by Lancaster architects Paley and Austin and is a Grade II listed building. It gave its name to a steam locomotive in the GWR Modified Hall Class, 6990 Witherslack Hall.
- Witherslack Hall School, retrieved April 18, 2011
- English Heritage, "Witherslack Hall and attached outbuilding (1087135)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 15 November 2012
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