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R. Stephenson-Smythe  
#81 Posted : 09 May 2010 14:11:29(UTC)
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Lower Macclesfield Road entrance to Park:

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#82 Posted : 09 May 2010 14:13:43(UTC)
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Reservoir Road entrance to Park:

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#83 Posted : 10 May 2010 18:26:50(UTC)
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R. Stephenson-Smythe  
#85 Posted : 08 August 2010 10:11:44(UTC)
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Wharf Pit:

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#86 Posted : 01 October 2010 15:56:47(UTC)
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Chilworth Powder Mill Cart outside The White Horse 1900:

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#87 Posted : 03 October 2010 17:41:57(UTC)
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Park Hall Pool Hayfield

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#88 Posted : 03 October 2010 18:11:38(UTC)
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R. Stephenson-Smythe  
#89 Posted : 03 October 2010 18:14:53(UTC)
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Shallcross,
 
My very sincere and grateful thanks for the photo of Park Hall Pool that you have placed in the library.
What memories that brings back for me. Simply wonderful.
 
By the way just up stream from the junior pool was the dog fighting pit.
I daren’t even ask if you have a photo of that.
 
What a magnificent addition you are to this forum, Sir.
 
R. S-S
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#90 Posted : 04 October 2010 14:02:13(UTC)
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Park Hall Swimming Pool eh? Even just reading the name of it turns my extremities blue!

I am sure it was built in the decadent 1920s by a secret group of upper-class masochists who met in the Hall, for indulging their doubtful pleasures.

For me the memories are of "revising for my A-levels" there. Of course, being a Hayfield lad, I never paid to get in. Not that there was some  arrangement where locals were free, rather that we knew where the holes in the fence were. Hopefully sufficient (freezing cold) water has flowed under the bridge at Little Hayfield fro there to be no repercussions to this confession.

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R. Stephenson-Smythe  
#91 Posted : 08 December 2010 16:37:15(UTC)
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Shallcross Hall. Postcard with spelling mistake. Probably worth thousands.

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#92 Posted : 16 February 2011 14:41:50(UTC)
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Bicycle Parade.

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#93 Posted : 17 July 2011 20:36:42(UTC)
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Botany Bleach Works

 

 

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#94 Posted : 27 January 2012 13:38:03(UTC)
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Whilst googling for any photos showing the railway line from the beginning of Shallcross Incline to Fernilee.. I came across this site which I've never seen before.
I used to work for Frank Armstrong and know he had an extensive photo collection.. was especially interested in the aerial photos of Whaley and the area.
*** be warned ** there ARE a lot of pop ups on this site and the photos on it are pixellated if you try to copy them and expand, but you can apply for a better copy apparently.

http://members.multimani...lint/whaley/images3.html




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#95 Posted : 06 April 2012 15:15:04(UTC)
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An old postcard of my house, Bings Knowle on Bings Road. Anyone hazard a guesse at the date?
Link to a higher resolution version http://dl.dropbox.com/u/...ldBingsKnowleCropped.jpg

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#96 Posted : 06 April 2012 15:34:10(UTC)
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I would guess pre world war 1 circa 1905 but nothing concrete to go on !!!
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#97 Posted : 07 April 2012 09:35:16(UTC)
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Some detail.

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#98 Posted : 15 November 2012 01:45:04(UTC)
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My apologies to anonymouse for the delay in putting this on:

War Memorial - Whaley Bridge

I think the flagpole is just behind the memorial in this picture.

Cheers

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