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Most viewed - The Canals and Locks
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Plucks Bridge421 viewsPlucks Bridge and "Ancoats School Country Home".
Updated from Marple Local History Society Archives 1 May 2010.
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Lock No. 06406 viewsA working boat on the Peak Forest Canal at Lock number 6, with Glen Cottage unfortunately obscured by trees.
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Lock No. 09405 viewsA view of Lock 9 on the Peak Forest Canal taking in the Lock Keeper's Cottage.
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Hollins Mill Canal Arm 1988404 viewsPart of the Hollins Mill Canal arm was exposed during reconstruction of the Co-Op car park in 1988. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Plucks Bridge401 viewsPlucks Bridge and Ancoats Lads' Club, on the Peak Forest Canal.
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Local Canal Scene401 viewsA local canal scene but not sure exactly where.
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Brick Bridge Footpath 1980398 viewsThe footpath from Brick Bridge to Strines Road during reconstruction. From the Marple Civic Society Archives, dated 1980.
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Top Lock Basin396 viewsView of Top Lock Basin. (Where is the British Legion????)
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Mineral Mill395 viewsWell, the site of the Mineral Mill as it is today.
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Top Lock393 viewsA very attractive and peaceful view of Top Lock, not very different today apart from the motor cars of course.
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Waterside392 viewsWaterside on the Macclesfield Canal, as it is today.
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Top Lock392 viewsTop Lock looking down Lockside, apart from cars, virtually unchanged!
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