Biddulph & District Genealogy & Historical Society /Biddulph Grange

Biddulph 2003 Photograph Gallery

Biddulph 2003 Photograph Gallery

In 2003 Mr. Brian Nightingale, a founder member of the Society, spent a long time trekking around the Biddulph area to produce a set of photographs of the shops and businesses as they were in that year. They have been in the Society archives on Kodak Photo discs and have recently been converted to JPEGs. The photographs have been organised into a series of walks from a very short High Street walk and into three longer walks. Each walk has a picture guide which can be downloaded as an Adobe PDF document

Route 1 is the shortest route is a gentle stoll on Biddulph High Street from the “The Swan” to the “Royal Oak” and you can view the photographs as a walk guide by clicking here.

Route 2 is a slightly longer route from the “The Staffordshire Knot” at Gillow Heath to Biddulph High Street and you can view the photographs as a walk guide by clicking here

Route 3 is a longer route from “The Talbot” on Grange Road to the now demolished “The Top O‘ Th‘ Trent” and you can view the photographs as a walk guide by clicking here.

Route 4 is the longest route from Biddulph Moor via Knypersley, Mill Hayes and Brown Lees to Biddulph High Street and you can view the photographs as a walk guide by clicking here.

Slide Shows

If you would prefer to do the walks just sitting in front of your computer they have been converted into JAlbums and they can be viewed by clicking the links below:

For Route 1 click here.

For Route 2 click here.

For Route 3 click here.

For Route 4 click here.

Navigation buttons for a JAlbum.

Hover your mouse pointer at centre top of the picture and a set of buttons will appear

- to go the next picture click on the right arrow,

- to go to the previous picture click on the left arrow,

- to return to the BDGHS web site click on the up arrow and then when the first slide re-appears click on the up arrow in the top left corner.

Biddulph 2003 Photograph Gallery

These web pages are hosted by 1and1, and the site was originally

created by the late Mr. David Moore

Last updated: On the 22nd of April 2018 by DJO