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Sketch of Marple Hall from the ornamental lake.4657 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.
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Brabyns Hall4007 viewsA view of the rear of Brabyns Hall from across the pond, which is still there.
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Brabyns Hall3534 viewsAnother view of the rear of Brabyns Hall from across the pond.
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Marple Hall from the main driveway.3358 viewsThe hall's decline is not yet apparent in this shot from the main drive at the front.
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Water Meetings Cottage3059 viewsWhere the Rivers Goyt and Etherow meet in Brabyns Park.
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Marple Hall in ruins 1.3025 viewsThe hall begins to crumble.
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Marple Hall3019 viewsA full-on view showing the sundial and the balcony above the front door.
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Marple Hall Layout3003 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.
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Marple Hall2997 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.
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Marple Hall2919 viewsA unique view of Marple Hall showing that there were inner and outer entrance gates to the grounds immediately surrounding the hall.
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BMH Brabyns Hall - God Speed2913 viewsA card signed by Fanny Hudson to L.Cpl. W Hughes of the 14th Welsh Fusiliers, who must have stayed at the Military Hospital from 2 December 1918 to 7 February 1919.
From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Iron Bridge Cottage2780 viewsA shot of Iron Bridge Cottage and the bridge with the old gate intact before the estate became a public park. Look at those spikes! New copy from Marple Local History Society Archives added 21 Marc h 2010.
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