Local Landmarks in Stockport & Tameside

 
Staircase House Stockport

Staircase House is a Grade II* listed medieval building dating from around 1460 situated in Stockport The house is famous for its rare Jacobean cage-newel staircase, which is one...

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Stockport Pyramid Stockport

Beside the M60 motorway is the Stockport Pyramid, a distinctive structure designed by Maxwell Hutchinson. It has a steel frame covered with mostly blue glass and clear glass panel...

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Stockport Viaduct Stockport

The 27 arch viaduct took 21 months to build and cost £70,000; 11,000,000 bricks were used in its construction.[2] It was officially opened on 4 June 1840.[3] In common with Stockp...

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Underbank Hall Stockport

Underbank Hall is a 16th Century town house in the centre of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England (grid reference SJ895905). The hall dates back to the 15th Century[1] and is a...

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Arden Hall Bredbury

The most famous of the halls of Bredbury, Arden Hall, erected in 1597, is now a ruin standing in a commanding position above the valley of the River Tame. For over two centuries...

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St. Elisabeth's Church Reddish

Local mill-owner Sir William Houldsworth commissioned Alfred Waterhouse in the 1870s. Construction took place between 1881 and 1883, paid for entirely by Houldsworth,[1] with...

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Stockport FC Edgeley
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Stockport County Football Club are an English football club based in Stockport, Greater Manchester. Formed in 1883 as Heaton Norris Rovers, they adopted their current name in 1890...

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Bramhall Hall Bramhall Park Bramhall

Bramall Hall is a timber-framed Tudor manor house in 70 acres of grounds in Stockport, Cheshire. The hall, originating in the 14th century, has 16 rooms to view featuring 16th...

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