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Andrew Lane 1967Andrew Lane in High Lane on 31 October 1967, before widening works. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Dec 02, 2019
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Andrew Lane 1967Andrew Lane in High Lane on 31 October 1967, before widening works. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Dec 02, 2019
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Andrew Lane CottageThe 1870 built cottage on Andrew Lane near to the canal bridge taken on 8 September 1971. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Nov 19, 2019
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Andrew Lane CottageThe 1870 built cottage on Andrew Lane near to the canal bridge taken on 8 September 1971. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Nov 19, 2019
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Andrew Lane CottageThe 1870 built cottage on Andrew Lane near to the canal bridge taken on 8 September 1971. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Nov 19, 2019
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Andrew Lane Canal Bridge Improvements Improvements to the canal bridge at Andrew Lane with the 1870 built cottage nearby taken on 26 August 1966. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Nov 19, 2019
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Andrew Lane Canal Bridge Improvements Improvements to the canal bridge at Andrew Lane with the 1870 built cottage nearby taken on 26 August 1966. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Nov 19, 2019
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Lomber Hey Farm HouseLomber Hey Farm House, provided by Janet Holmes.Dec 30, 2018


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High Lane is on the main Turnpike route to Buxton (A6) and this album features many shots of Buxton Road as well as Windlehurst Lane, Middlewood Road, Carr Brow, Norbury Hollow and St. Thomas's Church.

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Buxton Road3171 viewsThe bread delivery van makes its way up Buxton Road, High Lane.
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Wybersley Hall 19962375 viewsWhybersley Hall, ancient home to the Bradshawe-Isherwoods in 1996.
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Dog and Partridge2197 viewsThe Dog and Partridge at High Lane.
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Wybersley Hall 19962193 viewsWhybersley Hall, ancient home to the Bradshawe-Isherwoods in 1996.
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Windlehurst2121 viewsCamping in the garden in Windlehurst near the junction with Andrew Lane
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Windlehurst Mill2065 viewsWindlehurst Mill following its demolition in a gale on February 22nd 1908.
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Windlehurst Farm1944 viewsA relatively recent photo of Windlehurst Farm with a 1938 business card superimposed.
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High Lane Station1935 viewsThe handiwork of Jim Noble at High Lane Station in 1953: HighLane spelt out in whitewashed bricks and to the right you can just see E||R.

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Cooper's Refreshment RoomsSlightly posher! Cooper's Refreshment Rooms, Middlewood, High Lane.
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High Lane Old Court House 1981The Old Court House at High Lane. From the Marple Civic Society Archives, dated 1981.
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Andrew Farm 1981Andrew Farm, from the Marple Civic Society Archives, dated 1981.
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Windlehurst MillA close up of Windlehurst Mill after being demolished by a gale in 1908. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Buxton RoadThe bread delivery van makes its way up Buxton Road, High Lane.
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Andrew Lane Canal Bridge Improvements Improvements to the canal bridge at Andrew Lane with the 1870 built cottage nearby taken on 26 August 1966. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Buxton RoadAnother view of the Horseshoe Pub on Buxton Road, High Lane.
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Andrew Lane Canal Bridge Improvements Improvements to the canal bridge at Andrew Lane with the 1870 built cottage nearby taken on 26 August 1966. From Marple Local History Society Archives.

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