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Abney Hall

Reference number: 131

 

The main dining room inside Abney Hall as it looked in 1912

 

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Abney Hall

Reference number: 511
A corridor inside Abney Hall

 

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Abney Hall

Reference number: 509
Room inside Abney Hall

 

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Abney Hall

Reference number: 508
The main ballroom inside Abney Hall was also known as the Terrace Room

 

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Abney Hall

Reference number: 506
Interior door in Abney Hall

 

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Abney Hall

Reference number: 296

The main drawing room in Abney Hall

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Barnes Convalescent Home

Reference number: 814
Patients line up for a group photograph in the grounds of Barnes Convalescent Home

 

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Barnes Convalescent Home

Reference number: 498
A view of the Barnes Convalescent Home and clock tower

 

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Barnes Convalescent Home

Reference number: 762
Wounded soldiers and other patients in the Winter Gardens at the Barnes Convalescent Home

 

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Barnes Convalescent Home

Reference number: 314

Night shift nurses from Barnes Convalescent Home pose for a team photograph in advance of a charity football match against the day shift nurses in 1916

 

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Barnes Convalescent Home

 Reference number: 313

Day shift nurses from Barnes Convalescent Home pose for a team photograph in advance of a charity football match against the night shift nurses in 1916

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Barnes Convalescent Home

Reference number: 332
The Barnes Convalescent Home and surrounding grounds are covered by a heavy layer of snow

 

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Bruntwood Hall

Reference number: 953

 

 An early motor car drops off its passengers outside the front door of Bruntwood Hall around the end of the 1910s

 

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Bullocks Garage

Reference number: 226
Staff stand outside the James Bullock garage and petrol station which was located close to the Institute building between Manchester Road and Cheadle Green

 

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Cheadle

Reference number: 317
Councillors from Cheadle and Gatley Urban District Council with the future council chairman John Johnson on the left

 

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Cheadle

Reference number: 315

An unidentified photograph of either an educated Cheadle family or teachers and pupils at a Cheadle school

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Cheadle

Reference number: 734

The enterprising Mr Booth, based behind St Mary's church, taking a party of local people in a trip away from Cheadle in his multi-seat charabanc he restored himself, probably somewhere between 1912 to 1914

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Cheadle

Reference number: 817

New army recruits in full uniform and with new belongings gather in Cheadle before they head south and across the English Channel

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Cheadle Carnival

Reference number: A46
Local girl Mabel Bailey in full costume as the Rose Queen at the 1914 Cheadle Carnival

 

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Cheadle Carnival

Reference number: A22
Local girls in white dresses play the role of maids of honour to the rose queen at the 1914 Cheadle Carnival

 

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Cheadle Carnival

Reference number: 301

Harold Webb dressed up at the Cheadle Carnival, 1914.

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Cheadle Carnival

Reference number: 300

 

Children from Cheadle Primary School at the maypole at the 1914 Cheadle Carnival which took place in fields adjoining Gatley Road

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Cheadle Carnival

Reference number: 307

Children from Cheadle Primary School at the maypole at the 1914 Cheadle Carnival which took place in fields adjoining Gatley Road

 

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Cheadle Carnival

Reference number: 318
Members of the 1914 Cheadle Carnival Committee pose for a group photograph

 

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Cheadle cricket team

Reference number: AA7
Members of the Cheadle Cricket Team pose for an official photograph in 1912

 

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Cheadle Green

Reference number: 542
A special service is held on Cheadle Green to mark the coronation of King George V in 1911

 

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Cheadle Green

Reference number: A79
A special service is held on Cheadle Green to mark the coronation of King George V in 1911

 

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Cheadle Green

Reference number: 847

Soldiers assemble in full uniform on Cheadle Green during World War 1. Cheadle Hall is behind

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Cheadle Primary School

Reference number: 773

Group photograph of pupils from the recently opened Cheadle Primary School on Ashfield Road

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Cheadle Primary School

Reference number: 699
Young pupils and their teachers in the newly opened Cheadle Primary School on Ashfield Road

 

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Cheadle Rectory

Reference number: A32

A view of the Old Rectory (now demolished) and driveway close to the junction of Wilmslow Road and Gatley Road.

 

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Cheadle Royal Hospital

Reference number: 345
A tinted colour photograph of the main ballroom at Cheadle Royal Hospital

 

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Electra picture house

Reference number: 721
The newly opened Electra picture house in 1912 located on the north side of High Street

 

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Electra picture house

Reference number: 719
Electra picture house owner Esther Burns and her husband inside the foyer of the cinema on High Street

 

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Electra picture house

Reference number: 204
An exterior view of the redeveloped Electra picture house on the north side of High Street

 

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Electra picture house

Reference number: 202
Owner Esther Burns stands in the doorway of the  redeveloped Electra picture house on the north side of High Street

 

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Gatley Road

Reference number: 437
Cheadle tram heads towards Gatley along Gatley Road, near Milton Crescent in 1910

 

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Gatley Road

Reference number: 445
Newly installed tramlines on Gatley Road

 

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Gatley Road

Reference number: 444
A tram heads towards Cheadle on Gatley Road

 

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Gatley Road

Reference number: 438
A tram on Gatley Road

 

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High Street

Reference number: 413
The Midland Bank building and the George and Dragon on the south side High Street and the corner of Ashfield Road

 

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High Street

Reference number: 149
A view of High Street westbound

 

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High Street

Reference number: 751

The Alcock Drapery and Hosiery shop on the south side of High Street win an award from the local tradesmen's association for the best local shop window display in 1914

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High Street

Reference number: A13
A tinted colour photograph showing High Street westbound

 

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High Street

Reference number: 181
A cyclist rides along High Street with Cheadle Hall in the background

 

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High Street

Reference number: 755

A band marches along High Street, possibly during World War 1, with large crowds on the pavement

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High Street

Reference number: 159
View of High Street towards St Mary's church with shops and houses on the right

 

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High Street

Reference number: 715
A tram travels past Cheadle Green on its way to Stockport

 

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High Street

Reference number: 154
The junction of Gatley Road and High Street with the Weavers building on the left

 

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High Street

Reference number: A39
Local people march along High Street as part of the Whitsun celebrations

 

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High Street

Reference number: A45

Mr John Donald outside his old saddler's shop which was located on the south side of High Street

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Horse drawn bus

Reference number: AA2
Passengers pack the top deck of the last ever journey of the Cheadle horse drawn bus on its way to Palatine Road in 1913

 

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James Bullock and family

Reference number: 107
James Bullock (top right) of Eden Place, who ran the James Bullock garage for many years near Cheadle Green, poses for a family photograph

 

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Lime Grove

Reference number: A63
Terraced houses on both sides of Lime Grove

 

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Manchester Road

Reference number: 442
A view of Manchester Road towards Cheadle village

 

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Manor House

Reference number: AA4
A man stands next to old Cheadle milepost in front of the Manor House, opposite Cheadle Green

 

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Milton Crescent

Reference number: 439
The house known as Brooklea on Milton Crescent

 

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Old Woods

Reference number: A43
People walk along the footpath in what were known as Cheadle Old Woods and is now close to the Councillor Lane development

 

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Paddling in Cheadle brook

Reference number: 441
A couple in a rowing boat on the brook behind Milton Crescent in 1917

 

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River Mersey

Reference number: 375
View of the bridge over the River Mersey on Manchester Road

 

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St Mary's church

Reference number: 485
A tinted colour photograph of St Mary's church

 

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Stockport Road

Reference number: 551
A post-war Peace Day procession makes its way along Stockport Road in 1919

 

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Stockport Road

Reference number: 631
Women in uniform march along Stockport Road as part of a Peace Day Procession in 1919

 

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Stockport Road

Reference number: 213
A Workers Day parade moves along Stockport Road on its way to Cheadle High Street

 

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Stockport Road

Reference number: 523

 

View of the junction of Stockport Road and Edgeley Road looking towards Cheadle

 

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