Townley Hall, back stairs

The back stairs are beautifully simple. On the upper floors they are simple dogleg flights with half landings.


The position of the baluster at the back of the treads is unusual – it can’t be bedded into the treads by more than a few mm.


The landings have an interesting dish detail between the flights.



The flight to the lower ground floor curves around the outside of the wall supporting the main staircase hall.