Ramsbottom Heritage Society

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AR-p100.jpgWinding room at Tunbull and Stockdale's Chatterton Weaving Shed 1949 Around Ramsbottom pages 100 & 101 are the same photo across the two pagesAround Ramsbottom
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AR-p106a.jpgFestival of Britain 1951 Float from Cromptom's paperworks, StubbinsAround Ramsbottom
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AR-p112a.jpgDerelict site of Victoria Mill: steam engine in background after fire after 1945, now site of Fire stationAround Ramsbottom
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AR-p43.jpgCarr Bank Area, Devil Hole Lodge and Rawcliff'es Field (now a housing estate built mid-1960s (2 pictures)Around Ramsbottom
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AR-p63.jpg1956 - 1972 Deisel multiple unit coming out of Nuttall TunnelAround Ramsbottom
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AR-p65.jpgJim Welding, last manager of Ocean Chemical Co, Nuttall. Outside his home,17 Lower Nuttall Road. now last house in old Nuttall, which was originally the offices of the Co,Around Ramsbottom
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AR-p74a.jpgNurses and doctors at the Ramsbottom Cottage Hospital, date not knownAround Ramsbottom
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AR-p83.jpgPhoto from Shuttleworth, looking down Peel Brow in the 1950sAround Ramsbottom
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AR-p86a.jpgPeel Brow council estate and prefabs from behind Whalley rd,ShuttleworthAround Ramsbottom
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AR-p88a.jpgPeel Brow Board School 1901- , th Ramsbottom Peel Brow Council School. Became Ramsbottom County Secondary Modern School Peel Brow late 1970's. School closed in 1979.Around Ramsbottom
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AR-p92b.jpgOld coal pit, head of Scout Moor, Edenfield c 1955. Scout Moor Colliery Company owned by DuckworthAround Ramsbottom
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AR-p96b.jpgSingle decker buse in snow probably 1947. at Rostron Arms Edenfield,Around Ramsbottom
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GEN-000-006.jpgMemorial Gardens outside St Paul's Church, also the Bank and Police Station, Crow Lane. The Police station was sold in 1971 and then demolished in May 1974. It had previously been the Vicarage (1887-1937). The Chapel of Rest now stands on this siterhsadmin
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GEN-000-007.jpgOur village Street Bridge St, Crow lane, Oddfellows Hall, Bank, Police Station, Memorial Gardens, St Paul's Church. The Police station was sold in 1971 and then demolished later. It had previously been the Vicarage (1887-1937). The Chapel of Rest now srhsadmin
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GEN-000-007a.jpgOddfellows Hall Bridge St, Bank on corner with Crow Lane,rhsadmin
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HIB-000-001.jpgWoods Engineering (formerly John Woods), Garden St. Mycocks Steamer used in textile manufacture. Oven for drying cloth after a wet process such as bleaching, dyeing or printing. 3rd Nov 1962rhsadmin
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HIB-000-002.jpgWoods Engineering (formerly John Woods), Garden St. Mycocks Steamer used in textile manufacture. Oven for drying cloth after a wet process such as bleaching, dyeing or printing. 3rd Nov 1962rhsadmin
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HIB-000-003.jpgWoods Engineering (formerly John Woods), Garden St. Mycocks Steamer used in textile manufacture. Oven for drying cloth after a wet process such as bleaching, dyeing or printing. 3rd Nov 1962rhsadmin
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HIB-000-004.jpgWoods Engineering (formerly John Woods), Garden St. Mycocks Steamer used in textile manufacture. Oven for drying cloth after a wet process such as bleaching, dyeing or printing. 3rd Nov 1962rhsadmin
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HIB-000-005.jpgWoods Engineering (formerly John Woods), Garden St. Mycocks Steamer used in textile manufacture. Oven for drying cloth after a wet process such as bleaching, dyeing or printing. 3rd Nov 1962rhsadmin
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HIB-000-006.jpgWoods Engineering (formerly John Woods), Garden St. Mycocks Steamer used in textile manufacture. Oven for drying cloth after a wet process such as bleaching, dyeing or printing. 3rd Nov 1962rhsadmin
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PT-000-001.jpgLooking south along Silver St, Ramsbottom, towards Old Ground Mill on Square St, weaving shed in the foreground. Note the rear view of the upper storey of the Baptist Chapel on Bolton St, to the right of the mill’s square chimney. Taken 1974 or beforerhsadmin
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PT-000-003.jpgLooking south along Silver St, Ramsbottom, towards Old Ground Mill on Square St, weaving shed in the foreground. Note the rear view of the upper storey of the Baptist Chapel on Bolton St, to the right of the mill’s square chimney. Taken 1974 or beforerhsadmin
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PT-000-004.jpgThe Grant Arms and Civic Hall, Market Place. Note Novak’s, Tailors, no 7, Market Place, on corner of Carr St. 1974 or beforerhsadmin
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PT-000-005.jpgThe Grant Arms, Civic Hall, and Market Place. . 1974 or beforerhsadmin
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PT-000-006.jpgThe Grant Arms, Civic Hall and Market Place 1974 or beforerhsadmin
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PT-000-010.jpgThe Hare and Hounds, Holcombe Brook.1974 or beforerhsadmin
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PT-000-011.jpgSt Paul’s Church, Bridge St, Ramsbottom. Note the former police station on Crow Lane, to the right of what is now the Royal Bank of Scotland. Police Station demolished in May 1976. Taken 1974 or beforerhsadmin
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PT-000-016.jpgLooking north west towards Holdens’ Mill, Bolton Rd West, and the square chimney of John Spenser’s Engraving Works to the extreme right. Taken 1974 or beforerhsadmin
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PT-000-017.jpgLittle Holcombe, looking north west from near Hazlehurst School, and taken in or before 1965 when Greenside Estates Ltd purchased the Little Holcombe estate for building. Endorsed ‘A real photograph processed by Fitzwillams, Seven Kings, Ilford, Essexâ€rhsadmin
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PT-000-018.jpgLooking west across Nuttall Hall Rd to Nuttall Park and Holme Mill. Hope Works, on Bolton Rd West, and St Andrew’s Church stand on the high ground above Crow Lumb Wood. Front caption reads ‘Nuttall Park, Ramsbottom RBM 7’. Endorsed ‘A Frith Cardâ€rhsadmin
   
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