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Thursday, January 08, 2009

1823 Cottages


Walk up Stockport Road past the Werneth Hotel at the bottom of Treacle Brow and before you reach the junction where the old signpost is, you'll find this set of stone steps leading up to Mottram Old Road.

The cottages on Mottram Old Road date from 1823.

12 comments:

Destitute Rebel said...

Lovely picture, I love stone pathways, they have character, we dont have much of these in Pakistan, its always nice to see a great picture.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Interesting. And, they look very old.

Boise Diva said...

mmm...treacle

Neva said...

I think the oldest house here or near here probably dates from the late 1890's...like 1899....

gogouci said...

1823? Salem, OR is just a babe turning a mere 150 years this Feb.

magiceye said...

wow... lovely perspective too!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Love the pathway very neat photo

RuneE said...

Here you have caught a certain atmosphere of bot autumn and 1823.

PS Thank you for the nice comment on my new blog!

nobu said...

Lovely place.
I would like to take a walk on the pathway.

Atlântico Azul said...

Wow...

Mo said...

I'd love to know a little of the history of the people who lived in these cottages.

imac said...

I bet those steps could tell a tale Gerald..

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