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Aqueduct House2501 viewsA sepia shot of Aqueduct House.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Mineral Mill1988 viewsThe ruins of the Mineral Mill, part of the Lime Kilns complex on the Peak Forest Canal.
Updated from Marple Local History Society Archives 1 May 2010.
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Jinks' Boatyard1906 viewsWorkers at Jinks' Boatyard pose for a photo with great reflections.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Lock No. 11 19781726 viewsLock 11, from the Marple Civic Society Archives, dated 1978.
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Working Boat898 viewsAn early colour picture showing a working boat negotiating the Marple Locks.
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Stone Mason at Marple Wharf664 viewsA fantastic postcard of Marple Wharf showing a busy stone mason at work at Top Lock.
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Waterside625 viewsA view of the Macclesfield Canal as it runs along Waterside.
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Plucks Bridge596 viewsA top quality image of Plucks Bridge, on the Peak Forest Canal.
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Top Lock578 viewsA view of Top Lock taken in 1955.
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Hyde Bank Tunnel561 viewsThe entrance to Hyde Bank Tunnel on the Marple side.
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Black Wharf555 viewsBlack 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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Brick Bridge551 viewsBrick Bridge on the Peak Forest Canal. Virtually unchanged today.
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