|Out and About in Strines and High Lea.|
High Lea junction with Well Street.
Turf Lea Fold Strines.
Strines from the station.
Turf Lea Strines.
Spout House Cottages Strines.
Spout House Farm and cottage. Strines 1904.
The Childrens Inn Rowarth
The Little Mill Inn Water Wheel Rowarth.
|Homes in Strines and High Lea.|
High Lea, Well Street on the left.
Long Lea Farmhouse Rowarth . AD 1639
|People in Strines and High Lea.|
| Cottages on Eaves
Knoll. These cottages later joined into one called Moorland Cottage.
Mrs Mason in the doorway. c1903
The Mason Brothers
A wedding picture c1908, Taken at Eaves Knoll at the back of the farm near a barn gable end, the back drop of the hill on the right being the current quarry above Birch Vale on the Hayfield Rd. Image: Robert Marchington
Thought to be taken at Eaves Knoll - Image- Robert Marchington
From Sarah Marchingtons family album ID unknown but probabaly a Marchington, Hartle or Stafford family member. Image: Robert Marchington
Sarah Marchington, b1876 & Martha Marchington. b1878, c1895 - Image: Robert Marchington
Sarah later married Tom Stafford and they took over Knightwake farm from Toms parents who are all in the Wedding Photo at the top of this page.
at Eaves Knoll. Rose Cottage at left, Poets Cottage at right.
Rose Cottage now demolished . c1903
Mary Ann Peach
People beside Rose Cottage, Eaves Knoll. c. 1903
The building left is the wash house. The cottages in the background later joined into one house called Moorland Cottage.
|Cottages on Eaves Knoll. These cottages later joined into one called Moorland Cottage The two women in the doorway are Polly Mason and Mrs Mason. c1903|
|Employment and Business in Strines and High Lea.|
Strines Print Works C.P.A. c. 1930
The Fox Inn Brookbottom.
The "Little Mill Inn" Rowarth.
Rowarth Post Office. c. 1900 - T Waterhouse had a general store and Post Office.
|Events in Strines and High Lea.|
May Queen procession passing Whitecroft Cottage, Strines. Royal Oak and
Alma Terrace in background. c. 1913-14
party with guns at Rowarth.
Written on edge - My shooting party, Bank Holiday 5 August 1907, Rowarth, Derbyshire. E Evans BLM.
Strines Print Works Fotball Club 1905 - 1906
of 'Strines Yard' with musical instruments. c1907
Written on back: Mrs Chappell; Mrs Richardson; Mrs Hunt; Mrs Sandiford; Susan Ashworth and child; two Italians; Sergeant Booth's Minstrels, Strines.
Strines May Queen Festival Procession down Strines Road 1914.