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11 Derby Street 1963Empty shop on Derby Street taken by Gordon Mills in November 1963. Think this was Gordon's own shop just before he moved in.
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20 Oldknow Road 1980Number 20 Oldknow Road. From the Marple Civic Society Archives, dated 1980.
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Alan DriveAlan Drive just after being built, taken by Gordon Mills. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Apple Tree CottageApple Tree Cottage on Longhurst Lane, demolished 1960s-ish. New large bungalow in its place set well back from the road. Opposite Apple Tree Farm.
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Arkwright RoadA rare and unfortunately undated hand coloured postcard of Arkwright Road in less built up times.
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Arkwright RoadArkwright Road in more peaceful times. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Beechwood ManorBeechwood Manor was home to Edward Ross J.P., Secretary of the M.S.L. from 1850 to 1892. He had a private footpath to Marple Station, descending to the line after crossing the footbridge that can be seen in the background.
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Beechwood ManorBeechwood Manor built by Edward Ross J.P., Secretary of the M.S.L. from 1850 to 1892. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Beechwood ManorBeechwood Manor, home to Edward Ross J.P., Secretary of the M.S.L. The private bridge to his own railway platform still visible. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Beechwood Manor 1978Beechwood Manor on 12 September 1978, with the private bridge of Edward Ross J.P., Secretary of the M.S.L. still visible. From Warwick Burton collection in Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Beechwood Manor Summer HouseSummer House in the garden of Beechwood Manor. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Beechwood Manor Summer HouseSummer House in the garden of Beechwood Manor. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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