The Roman Bridge in Winter.

The Pineapple Public House

Marple Station and Brabyn's Brow. Image Lou Bower

Lumm House Marple

Marple Station

Windlehurst Village

Marple Hall

Marple Hall, The Front Garden with sundial (Now in Marple Park) and Stables.

All Saints School Marple.

Market Street Marple

Bridge widening at the foot of Brabyns Brow, Marple 1929.

The "Roman Bridge" from a postcard dated 1905.

C. E. Giles Shop Marple Bridge.

Stone Row Marple c.1912

Seventeen Windows Dan Bank Marple.

Charlesworth Floods 1930.

Hyde Zion F.C. Runners Up, The Marple Cup 1906/07

Bridge Tea Rooms Marple Bridge

Maket Street Marple

Hollins Mill Marple

The Staff Hollins Mill

Willow Walk and Lakes, Marple.

The barge Mary on the Marple Canal at Waterside. c. 1934
For nearly 20 years the residence of Mr James Goddard, formerly a canal and
general carrier. The superstructure has five cabins and a workshop.

Ladies on Roman Bridge, Marple. c. 1910.

Roman Bridge, Marple Bridge. c1955

Hawk Green Village

A village gathering at Hawk Green c.1910.

Rhodes Mill Workers Houses Hawk Green

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Weavers Compstall Mill

Peak Forest Canal and lock at Marple. c.1970

Webb's Tea Rooms (Flood Gate Cottage) and railway viaduct, Marple. c. 1902.

The Viaducts and Tea Rooms, Marple

The Mineral Mill, Marple. Built by Samuel Oldknow next to the lime kilns and originally used as a corn mill.

Brick Row, Marple. Built by Samuel Oldknow as homes for his workers.

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The Weir at Marple Bridge. c1905

Compstall Road, Marple Bridge. From a postcard dated 1909.

Mellor Lodge, Marple.

May Day. St Martin's, Marple.1915

Marple Locks Bridge


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