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" "Hi All I hope everyone who attended this found it useful. Glenandem - re the rail crossing, no plans for it to be closed permanently on the side of the Council but it would really be a Network Rail decision. According to senior officer..."

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"Have exchanged messages with Network Rail who confirmed that there is no foundation to the rumour and they have no plans to close the crossing."

Started a new discussion in Hazel Grove

"Rumours are about that Network Rail intend to close the level crossing on Norbury Hollow Road once the SEMMS scheme is completed. Any more solid information out there? Any views?"

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"The Stockport owned section of the Middlewood Way is a disgrace. They have done virtually no maintenance since it was opened in 1985. When I asked an officer of the council what safety inspections they did I was informed that they did none and wai..."

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"I think you will be hard pushed to find anyone who remembers the airfield in use as I think it was in the 1920s."

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"The airfield was on the field to the east Macclesfield Road just before the bridge over the Norbury Brook. This is where the airport link road is now being built. It could have been Hazel Grove Airport."

Replied to a discussion in Hazel Grove

"The Greyhound Racing History website has a brief history of the track. www.greyhoundracinghistory.co.uk Stockport (Hazel Grove) South-east of Stockport lies the suburb of Hazel Grove and back in 1932 a new greyhound track was constructed just so..."

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"Just ignore them."

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"It definitely was the No.27 bus. Below are the timetable details from the North Western timetable for June to September 1962. "

Liked a post in Hazel Grove

"Bostocks was the family name, Norbury Moor farm was farm name. I remember fields of wheat all along Jacksons lane. Main entrance was off chester road. I sailed rafts on pond when the farm was empty and going derilict with my friends. Margaret Hall..."