Incidental Pictures of Romiley, (Part 4)
A journey through time and space with an Aiptek PenCam
featuring pictures left over from the lamp post study

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Compstall Road

29: Compstall Road

Looking west from the BP petrol station, or from a point near the junction of Compstall Road with Sand Lane, there is rather more of the village to be seen in winter when the trees are bare.

NatWest Bank, Compstall Road

2005/11/25 & 28

Carlton Avenue 2005/11/25

30: Carlton Avenue

On the last Friday of the month, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and the West Country were all locked solid in blizzards. In Romiley, we had a blue-sky day. On Monday, the snow arrived.

Carlton Avenue, 2005/11/28


Sandy Lane 2006/05/20

31: Sandy Lane

Above: It has been said on many occasions that when it comes to services from Stockport Council, drainage is not one of Romiley's strengths.
Below : Turning 90 degrees to the left gave this view of the park (a.k.a. Romiley reservoir) at the junction of Sandy Lane and Compstall Road.

Romiley park, 2006/05/20

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