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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #511 on: May 22, 2020, 08:38:12 AM »
A Few Snaps from Marple!

A mixed batch of 19 images from the Janet Holmes collection has been uploaded to the Virtual History Tour this morning:

https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0


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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #510 on: May 02, 2020, 04:14:53 PM »
A selection of 59 images from Marple Local History Society Archives have been uploaded to the Virtual History Tour this afternoon. Many of them are of Town Street, Marple Bridge, in the 1990s but there are some older ones and a few around Marple too:

https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0
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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #509 on: May 01, 2020, 04:00:18 PM »
A selection of 59 images from Marple Local History Society Archives have been uploaded to the Virtual History Tour this afternoon. Many of them are of Town Street, Marple Bridge, in the 1990s but there are some older ones and a few around Marple too:

https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0


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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #508 on: April 23, 2020, 12:18:34 PM »
Yes, interesting picture.  They certainly do look out of place up there - and of course there are no passengers!  :(

As far as I can recall, back in the 1980s, most 363 buses would turn round at Mellor rec (just as some 375s do now), but a few would continue to New MIlls, and a few others would continue up through Moor End and turn round at Five Lane Ends - in those days they didn't drive along Shiloh Road to turn round.   It looks as though that's what the bus in the picture is doing.  If you look very closely you can see the angle of the front wheels, and that the doors are open, and I think the driver is in the process of turning round.
Do you remember the (I think) SHMD buses that had the long seats upstairs?

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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #507 on: April 23, 2020, 11:51:02 AM »
The 375's being run by double deckers at the minute, and I keep thinking how incongruous they must look parked up at the end of a farm track in the middle of Shiloh Road, surrounded by fields and a view towards Kinder Scout. 

Yes, interesting picture.  They certainly do look out of place up there - and of course there are no passengers!  :(

So I was quite interested to see that picture of a double decker bus coming off Shiloh Road in the 1980s! 
https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/displayimage.php?pid=14613

As far as I can recall, back in the 1980s, most 363 buses would turn round at Mellor rec (just as some 375s do now), but a few would continue to New MIlls, and a few others would continue up through Moor End and turn round at Five Lane Ends - in those days they didn't drive along Shiloh Road to turn round.   It looks as though that's what the bus in the picture is doing.  If you look very closely you can see the angle of the front wheels, and that the doors are open, and I think the driver is in the process of turning round. 

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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #506 on: April 23, 2020, 09:29:46 AM »
Interesting stuff.  One especially stood out for me.

The 375's being run by double deckers at the minute, and I keep thinking how incongruous they must look parked up at the end of a farm track in the middle of Shiloh Road, surrounded by fields and a view towards Kinder Scout.  Any bus parked there looks odd - double deckers must look especially so.

So I was quite interested to see that picture of a double decker bus coming off Shiloh Road in the 1980s! 
https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/displayimage.php?pid=14613


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« Reply #505 on: April 23, 2020, 07:12:49 AM »
Another 14 images of Mellor from Marple Local History Society's Archives have been added to the Virtual History Tour this morning:

https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0


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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #504 on: April 02, 2020, 10:48:45 AM »
A mixed bag of two dozen postcards and images provided by Janet Holmes have been uploaded to the Virtual History Tour this morning:

https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0


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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #503 on: March 29, 2020, 04:55:27 PM »
A dozen images from Marple Local History Society Archives of Mellor Hall, mostly from 1976 and including some rare interior shots, have been uploaded to the Marple Website Virtual History Tour this afternoon:

https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=-29


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« Reply #502 on: March 26, 2020, 06:45:26 AM »
A mixed bag of new images uploaded to the Marple Website Virtual History Tour this morning, ranging from Trinity Methodists to the Hawk Green Reading Room, the old Norweb Shop on Stockport Road (now Stationery Supplies) to the construction of the Ridgedale Centre.

Follow the link: https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0


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« Reply #501 on: March 09, 2020, 07:39:13 AM »
This morning a new album has been created on the Virtual History Tour covering Marple Rally of Boats 1966-70.

These events led to the canals and locks being restored by volunteers and reopened for navigation in 1974:

https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=201


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« Reply #500 on: March 05, 2020, 09:31:15 AM »
Couple of fabulously colourful 1960s photos of Derby Way added to the Market Street and Derby Way album on the Marple Website Virtual History Tour this morning.

Check out the full album for more than 80 others: https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=-19



Wow!  That's quite bright!  Bring back lime green shop buildings I say!

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« Reply #499 on: March 05, 2020, 09:15:18 AM »
Couple of fabulously colourful 1960s photos of Derby Way added to the Market Street and Derby Way album on the Marple Website Virtual History Tour this morning.

Check out the full album for more than 80 others: https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=-19


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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #498 on: December 02, 2019, 04:30:32 PM »
Another mixed batch of images from Marple Local History Society Archives have been uploaded to the Virtual Tour today.

These include a number of shots of the roads around Marple Hall Drive that say 1956 on the back - does anyone know if they are as early as that?



Flooding at "Low Marple Works" - can anyone confirm where this was (or is)?



A couple of Holly Wood End:



The Andrew Lane junction at High Lane before widening:



Use this link to see all new additions: https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0

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Re: The Virtual Time Tour of Marple
« Reply #497 on: November 19, 2019, 06:59:43 PM »
A mixed batch of 30 new images from Marple Local History Society Archives have been uploaded to the Marple Website Virtual History Tour this evening.

They include some amazing shots of buildings at the Church Lane / Stockport Road junction that were demolished in 1943:



A fantastic view of the Hollins Mill from Stockport Road:



Canal bridge modifications at the Ring o' Bells and Andrew Lane:



The enormous wall around the Brabyns Estate when it was owned by the Hudson family:



Plus many more: https://visitmarple.co.uk/photos/thumbnails.php?album=lastup&cat=0