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Aqueduct HouseA sepia shot of Aqueduct House.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Black WharfBlack Wharf, the building in the centre is the smithy just below Possett Bridge. The row to the right is Brick Row.
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Black WharfAn interesting image of Black Wharf at Possett Bridge shows that there was small canal building on the park side of the canal. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Bottom LockBottom Lock on the Peak Forest Canal. This scene is virtually unchanged today.
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Bottom LockAnother view of Bottom Lock on the Peak Forest Canal.
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Bottom LockA view of Bottom Lock with Aqueduct House in the background.
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Bottom LockA hand coloured view of Aqueduct House from Bottom Lock.
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Bottom LockA very old barge at Bottom Lock on the Peak Forest Canal.
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Bottom LockBridge no. 16 at Bottom Lock with Viaduct behind.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Bottom LockA sepia shot of Aqueduct House from Bottom Lock.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Bottom LockBottom Lock House and Lock number 1 in November 1967. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Bottom Lock 1967Bottom Lock (No. 1) before vegetation clearance, from Marple Rally of Boats programme in 1967.
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