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Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Neighbours Week: 3. Glossop

This week we are visiting our five nearest neighbours.

South-East is Glossop and this is Glossop Town Hall viewed from Norfolk Square. Topped by a distinctive clock tower, its arcaded and colonnaded ground floor is now used as a small shopping precinct.

The "Cooltraders" store next door was originally "Woolworths".

Although its major public transport links are towards Manchester, Glossop is part of the High Peak District of Derbyshire.


Babooshka said...

Now Glossop I do know. From what I cam recall, some marvellous building and used to be very pristine. It's definitely the North meets the Midlands feel to it.

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting post Gerald!

Lois said...

Very nice! I am enjoying this series.

Elizabeth Rhiannon said...

Thank you for your posts. Pictures and posts like yours are vital to me and my longing to get back to England. Thank you, thank you, thank you :) ~ER~

Tom said...

One of my favourite local tows Gerald... I love it here at Christas as the shops go all outwith their decorations... the towns folk are friendly as well... it as a great park ain Manor Old Gossoinalways wort a visit... ha! I think youcan tell by that I like teplace..O)

Linda - Gold Coast said...

One of my favourite towns, my family all live there. As Tom said it's especially lovely at Christmas time.

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