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Upper Hibbert LaneUpper Hibbert Lane, Hawk Green. The windows of the Goyt Mill can be seen on the left. Provided by Janet Holmes.Apr 02, 2020
Hawk Green Reading RoomHawk Green Reading Room in 1997. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Mar 26, 2020
Rhode Houses ShopThe shop at Rhode Houses in Hawk Green run by Charles and Heather Plevin. Provided by Great Nephew David Myers.Jul 12, 2019
Rhode Houses ShopThe shop at Rhode Houses in Hawk Green run by Charles and Heather Plevin. Provided by Great Nephew David Myers.Jul 12, 2019
Ridge QuarryA hand-coloured postcard of Ridge Quarry. Provided by Janet Holmes.Dec 25, 2018
Hill Top Farm c1950Hill Top Farm c1950 when still owned and worked as a farm by George Watson. Provided by Alan McFall / Edmund Wilkinson.Jan 22, 2018
Hill Top Farm c2017Hill Top Farm photographed in November 2017 for comparison to older photos. Provided by Alan McFall.Jan 22, 2018
Rhode HousesRhode Houses at Hawk Green, from Marple Local History Society Archives.Jul 06, 2017

Hawk Green


This album features Hawk Green, which has a real village feel to it, with the Crown Pub overlooking the Green, it's own Cricket Club and an active residents' association determined to preserve and promote it. Click here to visit Hawk Green RA.

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The Goyt Mill


This album contains pictures of the Goyt Mill, built in 1905 at Hawk Green. It features the demolition of the huge chimney, a visible landmark for miles around, and the machinery in the mill before it was removed.

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Hill Top Farm3571 viewsHill Top Farm, Hawk Green looks little different today.
Barnes Fold Cottage3000 viewsBarnes Fold Cottage, built in 1659, from Marple Local History Society Archives.
The Crown Pub2772 viewsA large group outside the Crown Public House, probably 1914 - 1918.
Upper Hibbert Lane2683 viewsHalf Acre Terrace, Upper Hibbert Lane - Looking up towards the Green.
Hawk Green Terrace2183 views"Home Sweet Home" - Brick Row at Hawk Green it says on the card.
Hawk Green Recreation Ground1986 viewsHawk Green Recreation Ground is rarely photographed from this side. Does this image provided by John Kershaw show Shepley Mill Chimney in the background?
Shepley Lane1779 viewsA 17th Century house on Shepley Lane, Hawk Green.
Hawk Green from Windlehurst Road1779 viewsA view looking back towards Hawk Green from Broadhurst's bridge on Windlehurst Road, with Goyt Mill and Shepley Mill chimneys dominating the skyline.

Random files - Hawk Green
Hill Top FarmHill Top Farm, provided by Janet Holmes.
Goyt Mill ChimneyThe Goyt Mill Chimney is now just a stump and another of Marple's landmarks disappears.
Goyt Mill c1908Commissioning of the Goyt Mill engines - c1908. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Crown Public HouseA badly damaged early picture of the Crown at Hawk Green.
Hawk GreenA view of Hawk Green from the corner of Barnsfold Road. Provided by Janet Holmes.
Hawk GreenA gathering of people at the Crown, Hawk Green, c1906. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Goyt Mill Chimney The remains of the Goyt Mill Chimney after demolition. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Hawk Green CottageA Hawk Green Cottage built in 1686. From Marple Local History Society Archives.

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