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Roman BridgeA timeless shot of Roman Bridge. Notice that the handrails continue up the bank on the left hand side.Dec 09, 2006
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Flood Gates CottageA handcoloured shot of Flood Gates Cottage from a Souvenir of Marple Booklet.Aug 28, 2006
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Roman BridgeA handcoloured shot of Roman Bridge from a Souvenir of Marple Booklet. Notice that the bridge appears to be closed.Aug 28, 2006
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River GoytA handcoloured shot of River Goyt, probably the Roman Lakes area, from a Souvenir of Marple Booklet.Aug 28, 2006
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Roman LakesA handcoloured shot of Roman Lakes from a Souvenir of Marple Booklet.Aug 28, 2006
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View from Roman BridgeA colourful view from Roman Bridge before it was obscured by trees. That's Lumb House in the distance. Postmarked 1907.Aug 26, 2006
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Roman BridgeA very colourful shot of the Roman Bridge in the first flush of autumn.Aug 26, 2006
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Roman BridgeA very scenic view of Roman Bridge benefitting from the absence of trees.Aug 26, 2006
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Roman BridgeWe've always said you need a lady in red to make a great card. It was true in 1907 too!Aug 26, 2006
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View from Roman BridgeA rather murky shot of the view from Roman Bridge towards Lumb House. Postmarked 1906.Aug 26, 2006
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Roman BridgeA politically incorrect card, written on the back in a fair hand is: "These three tarts on the bridge are Hyde girls. Are they as nice as Preston girls? NO!"Aug 26, 2006
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Roman BridgeThe message on the back of this Roman Bridge card reads: "Marple Saturday 16/5/1908. Dear Jennie, Had a splendid afternoon + finishing up here - Dad."Aug 26, 2006
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