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6 images in cluster Lawrence Earnshaw Memorial in SJ9995

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in SJ9995, near Mottram in Longdendale, taken Saturday, 24 June, 2017, by Gerald England


SJ9995 : Lawrence Earnshaw memorial: side 4 by Gerald England
Lawrence Earnshaw memorial: side 4
SJ9995 : Lawrence Earnshaw memorial: side 3 by Gerald England
Lawrence Earnshaw memorial: side 3
SJ9995 : Lawrence Earnshaw memorial: side 2 by Gerald England
Lawrence Earnshaw memorial: side 2
SJ9995 : Lawrence Earnshaw memorial: side 1 by Gerald England
Lawrence Earnshaw memorial: side 1
SJ9995 : Memorial to Lawrence Earnshaw by Gerald England
Memorial to Lawrence Earnshaw
SJ9995 : Mottram Cemetery by Gerald England
Mottram Cemetery

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Other Automatic clusters in SJ9995

  1. Lawrence Earnshaw Memorial
  2. St Michael and All Angels (of which 1 shown above)
  3. Burial Ground (of which 1 shown above)
  4. Municipal Cemetery Opened in 1861 (of which 1 shown above)
  5. Stalybridge Road
  6. A57
  7. Mottram Junction
  8. Market Place
  9. Church Brow
  10. Mottram Moor
  11. White Hart
  12. Tower
  13. Pack Horse
  14. Hyde Road
  15. Footpath
  16. Blue Plaque
  17. Mottram-in-Longdendale
  18. Old Direction Sign
  19. Post Office
  20. Warhill
  21. Court House
  22. Church Brow Leading
  23. Busy A57
  24. Ye Olde Village Fish
  25. Mottram Library
  26. Sundial
  27. Clergy Boards
  28. Christmas Tree
  29. Path
  30. Bronze Statue of L S Lowry
  31. Cottage
  32. Mottram Cricket Club
  33. Grammar School
  34. Abseiling
  35. Children's Play Area
  36. Present Building Dates from the 15th Century
  37. Longdendale was Branded the Worst in Britain
  38. Booth's Gift to the Poor
  39. Ashworth Lane was Closed for several Days
  40. Bus Stop
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