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AeroquipAeroquip on the former site of Hollins Mill.
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Boiler RoomThis unknown gent is believed to be in the boiler room of a local mill. Possibly early Hollins Mill or maybe Rhodes Mill (Sheply Mill).
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Christmas in Hollins Mill CanteenSanta arrives in the Hollins Mill Canteen some time in the early 1950s.
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Christmas in Hollins Mill CanteenChristmas celebrations in the Hollins Mill Canteen, early 1950s. The man far right with glasses and bow tie is Charley Close and next to him is his wife Lea. They lived on Brindley Avenue and were the M.C.'s at local dances.
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Christmas in Hollins Mill CanteenAnyone for a brew! Christmas in the Hollins Mill Canteen, early 1950s.
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Christmas in Hollins Mill CanteenHollins Mill workers and their families celebrate a 1950s Christmas in the works canteen.
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Christmas in Hollins Mill CanteenWorkers at the Hollins Mill gather for a Christmas photo in the works canteen, early 1950s.
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Hollins HouseHollins House in Memorial Park, now council offices.
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Hollins HouseHollins House in Memorial Park around 1961.
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Hollins House 1960Marple Council Offices, Hollins House, taken by Gordon Mills on Christmas Day 1960.
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Hollins Lodge on Stockport RoadThe lodge at the entrance to Marple Memorial Park on Stockport Road. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Hollins MillHollins Mill dressed up for King George V's Coronation in 1911. The Northrop looms visible replaced the earlier Lancashire looms.
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