Home > Historic Buildings > Marple Hall > Marple Hall and outbuildings.
Can your business or organisation help support this site too?

Most viewed - Marple Hall and outbuildings.
Marple_Hall_sketch.jpg
Sketch of Marple Hall from the ornamental lake.4595 viewsThis view is from Marple Dale, where there was an ornamental lake with steps leading down the bank from the hall. Updated from Marple Local History Society Archives 15 August 2010.
picture05.jpg
Marple Hall2975 viewsA full-on view showing the sundial and the balcony above the front door.
marplehallmap.jpg
Marple Hall Layout2967 viewsHere's a plan view of the layout of Marple Hall to help orientate yourself when looking at some of the photos in this album. Updated on 22 August 2010 with a version showing more buildings.
Image42.jpg
Marple Hall2944 viewsA 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.
Image33.jpg
Marple Hall2882 viewsA unique view of Marple Hall showing that there were inner and outer entrance gates to the grounds immediately surrounding the hall.
picture18.jpg
Dooley Lane Entrance to Marple Hall2411 viewsThe rear gates to Marple Hall, opposite the Hare and Hounds on Dooley Lane.
Updated from Marple Local History Society Archives 15 August 2010.
Image39.jpg
Main Gates to Marple Hall1951 viewsA full-on view of the magnificent gates to Marple Hall.
picture04.jpg
Marple Hall1905 viewsA view showing the circular driveway and the sundial now in Memorial Park.
picture21.jpg
The Well House.1857 viewsThe Well House to Marple Hall.
picture25.jpg
Marple Hall Barn and Wheel Wash1741 viewsThe barn and wheel wash - a sunken cobbled area used for washing carriage wheels - to the Southwest of the Stables. The roof of the Hall can just be seen to the right of the picture.
Image41.jpg
Stables or Barn1702 viewsThis looks like the stables or barn at Marple Hall, although it's difficult to be sure exactly where from. It would seem these buildings were derelict some time before the hall itself.
picture24a.jpg
Dooley Lane Entrance to Marple Hall1693 viewsYou can still walk this route from Dooley Lane to the site of the Hall but only a wooden stile remains where these gates were.
171 files on 15 page(s) 1