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Mrs Harriet Gaskin and family at Strines Aqueduct

Harriet and Maud Gaskin are recognisable from the other photo - same hats - but we're not sure who the family members are in this image at Strines Aqueduct. Others living at Springfield Avenue in 1911 were: husband Albert Gaskin, age 27, her father Squire Greenhalgh, age 53, her mother Betsy Greenhalgh, age 50, and her grandmother Harriett Bradshaw, age 70. The building on the right of the Aqueduct is the Wharfinger's House, of which there is no trace today. From Marple Local History Society's Archives.

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