The history of the building of Stockport’s twin viaducts, by Kevin Dranfield.
Memories of Reddish and its inhabitants by Mike Kiernon.
Looking at the fascinating history behind Stockport’s streets and their sometimes strange origins, by Kevin Dranfield
Stockport Past & Present documents the changes to our town using photographs from different periods, with brief descriptions .
Jim Clare’s self guided walk book around the town centre of Stockport is full of interesting facts about it’s history and heritage.
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.
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.
Stockport Through Times is one of a series of books published by Amberley Publishing. They use old postcards and corresponding new photographs to document the changes to Stockport over 100 years.
Covering the history of poverty in Stockport from the Black Death in 1348 to WWII – by Coral Dranfield.
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