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Fountain Square, Disley. The Fountain was presented to the village by the Orford family in 1834. Water was collected from the hillside near the parish church and piped into the fountain, where is was stored in a lead tank at the top. The light fitting was added in 1999, as a permanent memorial to the Millennium.
A new St Marys church was built in 1310 and the chancel, in local sandstone, is all that remains.The rest of the current structure was built between 1815 and 1817.
Family brewery which for over 100 years has been making the reason for, and the answer to, all life's problems.
Bramhall Hall lake with a cheeky optical illusion that no painter would be allowed to get away with.
Precast Modular Wall
Storm any minute . . .
There are home-brew kits, but this is how the big boys do it
Winter's Clock, Stockport.Originally over a jewellers, now a bar, this clock with its animated figures to strike the bells used to be a magnet for visitors. Sadly it is now defunct.
The parish church of St Mary, located in the market place, Stockport. There has been a church on this site since 1190, but all that remains of the original church is the oratory, now an annex to the vestry.
Typical Stockport half-timbered style. It grows on you.
Del Boy lives on . . .
My dog's favourite tree - and I don't blame him
The Market Hall, Stockport in all its Victorian glass and wrought iron splendour.
A bank in Stockport that inhabits a 15th century building but has 21st century interest rates.
Bramhall Hall lake
Bramhall Hall. Before the Norman Conquest in 1066, Bramall was held as two separate manors, owned by two Saxon freemen Brun and Hacun. Around 1070 William the Conqueror subdued the North of England and he gave both parts of the Bramall land to one of his followers, Hamon de Masci, the first Baron of Dunham Massey. During the next 800 years just three families would own the estate: the Davenports, De Bromales and Nevills.
Gas lamps in a Stockport cobbled street
Hartington Upper Quarter
Homes for the Bewildered
North Yorks Railway
Peak Forest Canal
St Elizabeth Parish
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