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Grave of Edward RossThe grave of Edward Ross J.P., Secretary of the M.S.L. from 1850 to 1892, in St Mary's RC Church Cemetery 1979. From Warwick Burton collection in Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Heydays of Marple StationCrowds line the platform at Marple Station.
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Heydays of Marple StationA superb shot of Marple Station with a steam train arriving.
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Heydays of Marple StationMarple Station was on the main line to London in those days.
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Heydays of Marple StationA view of Marple Railway Station looking down Station Road towards Brabyns Brow.
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Heydays of Marple StationMarple Railway Station around the time of the Great War.
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Heydays of Marple StationMarple Railway Station in the heyday of steam locomotives.
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Heydays of Marple StationA view down Brabyns Brow with Marple Station entrance to the left.
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Heydays of Marple StationAnother view looking down Brabyns Brow with a busy Marple Station to the left.
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Heydays of Marple StationAnother steam train pulls out of Marple Station on its way south.
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Heydays of Marple StationA view looking downhill past Marple Station towards Brabyns Brow.
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Heydays of Marple StationA view of Marple Station on Brabyns Brow, from Marple Local History Society Archives.
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