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Compstall BrowA hand-coloured postcard depicting the view up Compstall Brow towards Romiley. Provided by Janet Holmes.
Compstall Butcher (opposite Post Office)Pigott’s Commercial directory for Compstall Bridge lists the butcher in 1878 as William Petty and in 1928 and 1936 as M. Petty & Sons. This photo is probably pre-1914 (WWI). Notice the pig's head in the doorway. From Compstall Historical Society.
Compstall Church SchoolsA postcard of Compstall Church Schools provided by Janet Holmes.
Compstall Co-opCompstall Co-op
Compstall Cricket ClubA game in progress at Compstall Cricket Club. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Compstall Fire Engine c1890Fire Engine Victoria and crew, used at George Andrews Cotton Mill in Compstall c1890 (built c1845). From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Compstall from the Cricket Ground 1950sCompstall Cricket Ground, probably in the 1950s provided by David McLean. "The fence into Bowdens’ field is as I remember it at that time. As children we used to play cricket at that end of the field using a tennis ball and a roller chalked with wickets. If the ball was hit into the field it was “six and out” and someone had to climb over the fence!"
Compstall HallThe entrance gates to Compstall Hall.
Compstall HallA hand coloured postcard of Compstall Hall.
Compstall HallCompstall Hall at time when it was a convalescence and holiday home.
Compstall HallCompstall Hall, from Marple Local History Society Archives.
Compstall HallCompstall Hall, from Marple Local History Society Archives.
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