Covering the history of travel through Stockport from Roman times to the building of the towns first by-pass – by Kevin Dranfield
Looking at the fascinating history behind Stockport’s streets and their sometimes strange origins, by Kevin Dranfield
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.
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.
A humorous account of Jim Clare’s early life and adventures.
A look at the heritage following the Tin Brook and surrounding areas by Grace Collier.
Reddish Remembered is a 50 page A4 book by John Condon, first published in 1982. It is full of fascinating history of Reddish with photographs and maps.
A look at Little Underbank and its people in the Victorian/Edwardian eras by Jill Trumble.
The history of the Lancashire Bridge from Medieval beginnings to the present day – by Daphne Breen.
Apologies, but due to the Covid-19 virus risk, the Heritage Centre and dungeon will be closed from Weds 18th March until further notice - website sales will continue while stocks last. Dismiss
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