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Wednesday, 23 September 2009

Currier Lane

This is the view looking down the western end of Currier Lane towards Scotland Street, with the tower of Ashton's Parish Church in the background.

Now a quiet backwater, Currier Lane is an ancient highway and was the main route towards Stalybridge and Mottram before the present A635 Stamford Street East was built.

See Google Aerial View of this location.
See Birds Eye View of this location.


  1. That's a lovely shot, it could almost be a rural village

  2. hi good picture , another look to ashton

  3. Its not a historic picture - it is a recent one! It's strange how a little corner of Ashton, so close to the town centre, can still have almost a village look. More photos of Currier Lane to follow...


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