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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Lumn Road


Lumn Road runs from Mottram Road opposite the Sportsman, past St Thomas the Apostle and the now closed Globe Inn up to Stockport Road by the Clarkes Arms.

On the far right of this photograph is a row of traditional terraced housing. On the near right is some modern housing association (previously council house) rented properties.

On the left is an estate of private houses on the site of the former James North Factory aka Slack Mill.

All that was here some 300 years ago was a large house called "The Lumn" something of which you can see on Old Hyde.

5 comments:

Tom said...

I'm off to see Old Hyde right away... I did that walk I mentioned but I over did it again and I'm sat here now in some discomfort.. ha!

Denise said...

That's a lovely sunny sky and a very nice photo. Enjoyed all your other photos too. It's been a while since I have been able to visit so it has been fun catching up. Have a great week.

nobu said...

I love the colour of those buildings.
A peaceful scene in sunny day.

B SQUARED said...

Looks like change comes slowly.

Nukke said...

That Mottram road looks more interesting but it is always interesting to see pic from different places !
Thanks for your comment in my Finnish blog :)

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