lancashire mill workers 1900 - Google Search

lancashire mill workers 1900 - Google Search

Kiln Lane, shows original Co-op.

Kiln Lane, shows original Co-op.

No.30 Dale Street, William Stock's newsagents, later to become 'Eddas's?, now part of the "Do Dig Doggy".

Dale Street, William Stock's newsagents, later to become 'Eddas's?, now part of the "Do Dig Doggy".

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Great article from John Cole's book - 'Rochdale Revisited' on old St.

Bottom of Kiln Lane/Lily Street, Stump & Pie Lad, (great name).

Bottom of Kiln Lane/Lily Street, Stump & Pie Lad, (great name).

Wildhouse Farm (Wildhouse Lane), the building at the far end is the "Bella Vista".

Wildhouse Farm (Wildhouse Lane), the building at the far end is the "Bella Vista".

Claylanes Head (Butterworth Hall).

Claylanes Head (Butterworth Hall).

Opening of the Carnegie Library, Milnrow 1907.

Opening of the Carnegie Library, Milnrow

Ladyhouse

Ladyhouse

Dale Street (opposite Goldline)

Dale Street (opposite Goldline)

Buckley Hill Lane, from the bottom.

Buckley Hill Lane, from the bottom.

Oldham workhouse frontage, c.1905

The Workhouse in Oldham, Lancashire

Rochdale Road (near the lights).

Rochdale Road (near the lights).

Holt Farm, what the Holt Estate is named after, you can see Milnrow Church in the background.

Holt Farm, what the Holt Estate is named after, you can see Milnrow Church in the background.

Brookland, Newhey Road, now the "Rosemary" care home.

Brookland, Newhey Road, now the "Rosemary" care home.

Dale Street, from approximately bottom of Kiln Lane, shows the bigger Co-op, now Carpet Creations.

Dale Street, from approximately bottom of Kiln Lane, shows the bigger Co-op, now Carpet Creations.

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