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Lumb House 1938Grandma Strong with daughters Agnes (right) and Mary outside Lumb House in Strines in 1938. Provided by Agnes's daughter Mary Carr. 55555
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The WillowsThe Willows, near Roman Lakes. A hand coloured card postmarked 1908.55555
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Flood Gates CottageA different angle on Flood Gates Cottage when it was Webb's Tea Rooms. From Marple Local History Society Archives.55555
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Bottoms Hall - Apprentice HousesImage of the Apprentice Houses at Bottoms Hall from a piece of college work done in the early 1960s now in Marple Local History Society Archives.55555
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Lumb House OutbuildingThe outbuilding / garages to Lumb House, now a separate dwelling. From Marple Local History Society Archives.55555
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Flood Gates CottageFlood Gates Cottage when it was Webb's Tea Rooms, from a glass slide provided by Alan McDowell.55555
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Roman Bridge 1978Roman Bridge, from the Marple Civic Society Archives, dated 1978.55555
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Marple LodgeA view across Bottoms Bridge looking at Marple Lodge. The card is postmarked 1905.55555
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Lumb HouseA hand coloured view of Lumb House and Woods on the way to Roman Lakes.55555
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River GoytA handcoloured shot of River Goyt, probably the Roman Lakes area, from a Souvenir of Marple Booklet.55555
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Roman BridgeWe've always said you need a lady in red to make a great card. It was true in 1907 too!55555
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By the Roman BridgeA hand coloured postcard of the approach to Roman Bridge, c1910.55555
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