|Prehistoric times to The Roman Empire
What is Glossop Heritage?
Derivations for the name of Glossop.
Melandra Roman Fort.
|The Monks and the Barons
Glossop & the Monks of Basingwerk.
The Howard Family, Barons of Glossop Hall.
|Old Town and New Town
Developments in the Second Quarter of the 19th Century.
Glossop, an extract from an 1846 Derbyshire Directory.
Longdendale Historical & Descriptive Sketches, 1863.
Glossop, Hadfield & District Almanack, 1907.
Harehills and Howardtown.
Story of Victoria Hall.
Matthew Ellison Hadfield, Architect.
Robert Hamnett, Historian.
The Cotton Industry in Glossopdale.
Edmund Potter and the Dinting Printworks, a brief history.
Gnat Hole - a Woollen Mill in a Cotton Town.
Olive & Partington's Turnlee Mills.
Isaac Jackson, Hawkshead, a brief history.
The Wood Family - Mill owners of Glossopdale.
Francis James Sumner and Wren Nest Mills.
John Walton of Glossop, Charlestown & Longdendale Works.
|Religion and Education
Glossopdale Churches and Chapels.
Church Bazaar Handbook extracts.
|Road and Rail
The Glossop Turnpike Roads.
The Railways in Glossop.
Glossop Co-operative Society.
A Glossop Apothecary & The Ducal Warrant.
Scenes from Hadfield.
Station Road, Hadfield - Then and Now.
Manor Park - The Grounds of Glossop Hall.
Howard Park - Wood's Baths and Wood's Hospital.
Partington Convalescent Home.
Glossop Detachment of the Cheshire Regiment.
Glossop - World War 1.
WW2 The Royal Signals - Glossop's own regiment.
Boeing RB-29A [F13-A] Superfortress 44-61999 "Over Exposed".
Page last updated: 11 April 2017.