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Lock No. 09A view of Lock 9 on the Peak Forest Canal taking in the Lock Keeper's Cottage.00000
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Trip Out in 1954A trip from the Pine or Liberal Club in 1954. Front row second from left is Elizabeth Green, Ray Noble's grandma, behind her with the trilby hat is Harold Torkington with his wife Harriet on his left - Mark Singleton's Grandparents on his mother's side.00000
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Trip Out 1950sProbably a group from the Pineapple on a day out. L - R, Mr Andrews with cigarette, Mrs E Green with the Guinness and looking over her shoulder is Mrs Andrews, the rest unknown.00000
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Low Lea RoadA view looking down Low Lea Road, Marple Bridge, taken in 1959.00000
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Plucks BridgeA top quality image of Plucks Bridge, on the Peak Forest Canal.00000
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Roman BridgeA timeless shot of Roman Bridge. Notice that the handrails continue up the bank on the left hand side.00000
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Dan Bank Toll HouseA close up view of the Toll House on Dan Bank with a gentleman in the doorway.00000
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Bottom LockA very old barge at Bottom Lock on the Peak Forest Canal.00000
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Iron Bridge 1976A leafy view of the Iron bridge in Brabyns Park taken from the Rollins Lane side in 1976.00000
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Iron Bridge Decking Renewed?This photo was taken by Ron Booth in the late eighties. Since receiving photos showing the gas main installation in 1979 we now think that this was probably taken during the installation of a new wooden deck.00000
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Who is this?Can't quite figure out who this is meant to be. He appears in the group 8 shot, which includes a large number of dignitaries from the period 1649 to 1660.00000
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Group 12 - 1790 - 1830This group is led by Samuel Oldknow (J. H. Wild), Sir Richard Arkwright (F. Robertson) John Clayton (J. Woodhouse) and Nathaniel Wright (C.F. Winterbottom). The Factory Apprentices following them are members of the Marple Girl Guides and Boy Scouts.00000
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