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Shops on Market Street2321 viewsShops on Market Street looking little different to today.
Field House2314 viewsField House, sadly demolished just a few years ago.
Strines Print Works?2314 viewsThis photo is from the Strines Print Works folder in Marple Local History Society Archives. It's thought that they may be a group of Manchester scientists. Names available are: Standing from left to right - 1 J.B. Dancer; 3 T.H. Neville; 5 J.P. Joule. See comments for more information.
The Garden House2310 viewsThe Garden House stood near Mellor Lodge, off Lakes Road. In 1881 it was home to unemployed Engine Driver William Smith, his wife Sarah and their 8 children between the ages of 3 and 18.
Aqueduct House2306 viewsA sepia shot of Aqueduct House.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
Procter's Shoe Shop on Market Street2302 viewsSid Procter outside his shoe shop on Market Street in 1987, taken by son Arthur. For more pictures of Sid inside his shop visit the People albums.
Military Hospital Extension2300 viewsTents must have been set up in the park to house additional WW1 casualties when the house was full.
Marple Station2293 viewsMarple Station just prior to demolition.
Soldiers' Nob2279 viewsSoldiers' Nob, Mellor (Cobden Edge).
Cruck Barn2276 viewsThe old Cruck Barn at Mill Brow, Marple Bridge.
Bardsley Knowle, Compstall2241 views"Bardsley Knowle" at Compstall - It seems that this property is on School Lane and is known as Bardsley Knoll (not Knowle). From Marple Local History Society Archives.
By the Roman Bridge2205 viewsA hand coloured postcard of the approach to Roman Bridge, c1910.
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