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The original Victorian swimming baths in Whittaker Street, Radcliffe

The original Victorian swimming baths in Whittaker Street, Radcliffe

Radcliffe, Terraced housing adjacent to canal 1959  Terraced houses Bottom of Black Lane by canal 1959, photo taken from footbridge over Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal.

Radcliffe, Terraced housing adjacent to canal 1959 Terraced houses Bottom of Black Lane by canal 1959, photo taken from footbridge over Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal.

Radcliffe Swimming Baths Demolatilion

Radcliffe Swimming Baths Demolatilion

View from Newchurch Street across Blackburn Street to Green Street

View from Newchurch Street across Blackburn Street to Green Street

Radcliffe Swimming Baths 1960

Radcliffe Swimming Baths 1960

Radcliffe, Stand Lane Co-operative Society

Radcliffe, Stand Lane Co-operative Society

Radcliffe Library on the Stand Lane site, formerly the site of a chapel and a newspaper.  The building, which is the one still in use in Stand Lane, occupies the original site of the first Bridge Wesleyan Chapel. When the new chapel was built in 1883, the old building was sold to the proprietors of the “Radcliffe Express” weekly newspaper which ceased publication in 1901. This is the site that Adam Crompton Bealey bought and presented to the town for its new library.

Radcliffe Library on the Stand Lane site, formerly the site of a chapel and a newspaper. The building, which is the one still in use in Stand Lane, occupies the original site of the first Bridge Wesleyan Chapel. When the new chapel was built in 1883, the old building was sold to the proprietors of the “Radcliffe Express” weekly newspaper which ceased publication in 1901. This is the site that Adam Crompton Bealey bought and presented to the town for its new library.

Radcliffe, Goods Yard entrance 1967  The first one in series of images of the L & Y Goods yard at Radcliffe. The rest of the survey is catalogued under railways. The easiest way to see them is to click on "radcliffe goods yard survey " in the keywords next to this image.  The yard had a stable and two transit sheds, one of which was made of timber strutting on the style of a fabricated aircraft hangar. Photo: Spring Lane. 1967

Radcliffe, Goods Yard entrance 1967 The first one in series of images of the L & Y Goods yard at Radcliffe. The rest of the survey is catalogued under railways. The easiest way to see them is to click on "radcliffe goods yard survey " in the keywords next to this image. The yard had a stable and two transit sheds, one of which was made of timber strutting on the style of a fabricated aircraft hangar. Photo: Spring Lane. 1967

Radcliffe Black Lane signal box looking SE 1950     The signal box was built allowing the signalman to view trains beyond the bridge in the station and in the siding next to Black Lane Spinning Mill. The view is taken looking south east.

Radcliffe Black Lane signal box looking SE 1950 The signal box was built allowing the signalman to view trains beyond the bridge in the station and in the siding next to Black Lane Spinning Mill. The view is taken looking south east.

Originally the busy Sion Street was an important part of Radcliffe town centre. Here, in this scene dated 1922, the Railway and Newmarket Inn can be seen to the right.

Originally the busy Sion Street was an important part of Radcliffe town centre. Here, in this scene dated 1922, the Railway and Newmarket Inn can be seen to the right.

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