Fryston Hall

Fryston Hall was a country home at Water Fryston, West Yorkshire, England. It was located on an estate between Castleford and the River Aire. There is a buried stone coffin in the lawns that is believed to contain the remains of Saint Thomas, 2nd Earl of Lancaster, who was beheaded in 1322. The estate belonged to the Crowle family in the mid-eighteenth century, where it was the site of coal mining. In 1788, the estate was sold to Richard Slater Milnes, heir to a cloth fortune and the MP for York. The main building of the Hall was demolished in 1934.


Latitude: 53.733219226353
Longitude: -1.290870308658