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Radcliffe, Golden Jubilee Celebration Dinner at St John's Ambulance Drill Hall Image Date 26 Oct 1957

Radcliffe, Golden Jubilee Celebration Dinner at St John's Ambulance Drill Hall Image Date 26 Oct 1957

Radcliffe, Market Stalls Image Date 12 Dec 1974

Radcliffe, Market Stalls Image Date 12 Dec 1974

Radcliffe Close Methodist Church was built in 1839 at the expense of Mrs Bealey, closely associated with the nearby Bealeys Bleaching Company. Prior to this date services were held in the works.

Radcliffe Close Methodist Church was built in 1839 at the expense of Mrs Bealey, closely associated with the nearby Bealeys Bleaching Company. Prior to this date services were held in the works.

Looking north along the southbound platform at Radcliffe Bridge station in the early part of the 20th Century. To the right is the main station building and beyond it a footbridge which provided access to the Northbound platform. The Northbound platform can be seen on the left it had a wooden waiting facilities and at this date a signal box in the centre of the platform

Looking north along the southbound platform at Radcliffe Bridge station in the early part of the 20th Century. To the right is the main station building and beyond it a footbridge which provided access to the Northbound platform. The Northbound platform can be seen on the left it had a wooden waiting facilities and at this date a signal box in the centre of the platform

Former Churchyard, St John the Evangelist's Church. The church of St John the Evangelist on New Road, Radcliffe was founded in 1866. It closed in 1974 when the parish was combined with St Thomas and worship transferred to The Church of St Thomas and St John with St Philip, Radcliffe. St John’s Church was demolished in 1976, but its graveyard remains at the side of St John’s Street.

Former Churchyard, St John the Evangelist's Church. The church of St John the Evangelist on New Road, Radcliffe was founded in 1866. It closed in 1974 when the parish was combined with St Thomas and worship transferred to The Church of St Thomas and St John with St Philip, Radcliffe. St John’s Church was demolished in 1976, but its graveyard remains at the side of St John’s Street.

St Andrew’s is a parish church in the northern part of Radcliffe, at the corner of St Andrew's Road and St Andrew's View.

St Andrew’s is a parish church in the northern part of Radcliffe, at the corner of St Andrew's Road and St Andrew's View.

River Irwell, Radcliffe,

River Irwell, Radcliffe,

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