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.
A look at the heritage following the Tin Brook and surrounding areas by Grace Collier.
Covering the history of poverty in Stockport from the Black Death in 1348 to WWII – by Coral Dranfield.
A sequel to Jim’s early life. He continues his adventures into National Service.
This A4 black & white book looks in detail at the disastrous outcome of two trains colliding on Stockport viaduct and why five people died due to a thick smog.
The country had six lines of defence against the Germans possible invasion and one went through Stockport – by Kevin Dranfield.
This £2 booklet gives a look into what was happening at home during the Great War. Stockport people played their part in many ways.
William J. Battersby started from small beginnings a hat factory that grew to be one of the biggest in Stockport by Rupert Battersby.
Memories of Reddish and its inhabitants by Mike Kiernon.
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