River’s Under Your Feet tells the story of Stockport’s first mills, run by water wheels and so many underground tunnels to suply them that the river Goyt was somtimes an empty channel.
An in depth history of Stockport’s Castle, first documented in 1173 perched on Castel Hill and later rebuilt in stone.
This book follows the path of the Bugsworth Canal as if followed its way through to Manchester, including the branch to Stockport through Reddish. Beautifully illustrated.
Stockport life in the Great War. 1914 – 1918
This fascinating book as a combination of amazing photographs and exploration into historic water tunnels and caves, all accompanied by there history.
A sequel to Jim’s early life. He continues his adventures into National Service.
The history of the Lancashire Bridge from Medieval beginnings to the present day – by Daphne Breen.
Covering the history of travel through Stockport from Roman times to the building of the towns first by-pass – by Kevin Dranfield
The country had six lines of defence against the Germans possible invasion and one went through Stockport – by Kevin Dranfield.
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