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Goyt Mill publicity cardThe left half of a large card publicising the Goyt Mill, showing the weaving room, card room and beaming department.55555
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Upper Hibbert LaneA very quiet Upper Hibbert Lane looking downhill to the Goyt Mill.55555
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Goyt Mill Chimney The remains of the Goyt Mill Chimney after demolition. From Marple Local History Society Archives. 55555
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Hawk Green CricketCricket on the Green at Hawk Green. From Marple Local History Society Archives.55555
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Goyt Mill site 1905Celebrations at the site of the new spinning mill for Hawk Green on 20 July 1905, when Cllr Pearson (Director) dug the first sod. From Marple Local History Society Archives.55555
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New Homes at Hawk GreenNew homes being built in Hawk Green. From Marple Local History Society Archives.55555
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Upper Hibbert LaneAnother shot of Upper Hibbert Lane, this time looking uphill from the Goyt Mill.55555
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Goyt Mill MachineryFly Wheel, 29 ft. diameter, 52 ropes to six floors in the Goyt Mill.55555
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The Crown PubA large group outside the Crown Public House, probably 1914 - 1918.55555
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Rhode HousesRhode Houses in Hawk Green, built in 1855 to house workers at Rhodes Mill.55555
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Hill Top FarmHill Top Farm, Hawk Green looks little different today.44444
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The Crown PubThe Crown Pub at Hawk Green.44444
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