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Marple HallA full-on view showing the sundial and the balcony above the front door.
Marple HallA unique view of Marple Hall showing that there were inner and outer entrance gates to the grounds immediately surrounding the hall.
Marple HallA shot of Marple Hall from the front provided by Betty Longmate, daughter of Betty Tunstall who lived there from 1923 to 1932 with her parents, the caretakers.
Marple HallHard to see the decay at Marple Hall from this distance but it was well set in when this photo was taken in the 1950s.
Marple HallAn oval framed photograph of Marple Hall still in its prime and the gardens well maintained.
Marple HallThis postcard of Marple Hall from the fields was sent to John Bradshaw-Isherwood Esq. in London but the date and message is illegible. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Marple HallMarple Hall through the gates with flag flying. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Marple HallMarple Hall buildings viewed from the fields. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Marple HallMarple Hall seen through the gates in 1900.
Marple HallA close-up detail of one of the Marple Hall outbuildings taken in 1900. This building was in the walled garden. It was joined to the main building and was probably the cook's quarters. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Marple HallA familiar scene but the only photo with seating outside Marple Hall. Maybe from when it was open to the public. Provided by Janet Holmes.
Marple HallIn the grounds of Marple Hall near to the tennis courts c1957. Provided by Ken Lodge.
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