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Image title: Marple Bridge Town Street shops

Marple Bridge Town Street shops

Post office and shops along Town Street Marple Bridge (Cheshire/Stockport MBC). This is a conservation area, with traditional style houses built in local stone. Old style lanterns have been added to the streetscape. Modern elements include parking bays inset into the pavement.


Off the picture to the right is the river Goyt, which divides Marple Bridge from Marple. This is also an ancient boundary, from whence the name Marple is derived. Maere is boundary - as used in the name Mersey - and pool, referring to the river at this point. Bridge refers to the actual bridge across the river Goyt, vitally important in past times and is still significant today.

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Marple Bridge Town Street shops

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Filename:
StoMarpleBrgPan8508.jpg

ID number:
9344

Technical details:
Fuji Finepix S3

Marple, Marple Bridge, Cheshire, Stockport, Stockport MBC, street scenes, Manchester

Date created:
2008-05-08

Aidan O'RourkeAidan O'Rourke has been active in photography and online media since 1995. He has documented the development of the local area in his Eyewitness website (1997-2005) and as a contributor to books, publications and the Manchester Evening News. He runs his Eyewitness photography walks in Manchester, Liverpool and other locations. He offers one-to-one tuition in Photography and Languages. He is a high-level speaker of German and can offer photography walks and tours through the medium of German. Visit www.aidan.co.uk

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