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Most viewed - The Canals and Locks
Hawk Green Boat House553 viewsA hand coloured postcard with Hawk Green Boathouse to the fore and All Saints Old Church dominating the background of this view from the Macclesfield Canal with nothing in between! Postmarked 1908.
Lock No. 09546 viewsA rare postcard of a working horse-drawn boat at Lock 9 on the Peak Forest Canal during the early 1900s.
Hollins Mill Canal Arm539 viewsThe canal arm to Hollins Mill. Marple Liberal Club and the Hollins Mill Chimney visible in the background.
Hollins Mill Canal Arm 1988536 viewsClose-up of the Hollins Mill Canal arm exposed during reconstruction of the Co-Op car park in 1988. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Waterside Boathouses525 viewsPostcard of Boat Houses and Swing Bridge on Waterside, postmarked 1916.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Brick Bridge522 viewsBrick Bridge on the Peak Forest Canal. As it was in 2006.
Bottom Lock521 viewsA hand coloured view of Aqueduct House from Bottom Lock.
Bottom Lock518 viewsBottom Lock on the Peak Forest Canal. This scene is virtually unchanged today.
Bottom Lock517 viewsA very old barge at Bottom Lock on the Peak Forest Canal.
Bottom Lock504 viewsAnother view of Bottom Lock on the Peak Forest Canal.
Waterside Boathouses500 viewsBoathouses on Waterside, courtesy of the Basil Juda collection.
Oakwood Mill490 viewsTote that Barge! Near Oakwood Mill, Romiley.
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