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White Coppice

Is in the parish of Anglezarke and is a hamlet set in idyllic surroundings


Is a parish in the Borough of Chorley. It’s in an area of outstanding beauty. It has reservoirs, woods and moors.


Is a village in the Borough of Chorley. It’s three miles south east of Chorley and has WInter Hill, Rivington Pike and Leverhulmes gardens within its boundary
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3/2/18 - A new 7 page feature, a true story about the Real Railway Children of Feniscowles has been added to the Chorley - Blackburn railway section. Click here to read it
…updated 6/9/22 Five old photo’s of Botany Bay Farm added to the Ruins section 26/1/21 It has been a while since I wrote and posted the Ruins pages. However, today I received seven photo’s from Debbie Blicklidge who has given me permission to publish them. They show Grouse Cottage in the 1950s. Here family was the last family to live in the cottage Click here and scroll down to Grouse Cottage. Debbie has also sent me a photo of Botany Bay and Ratten Clough - I’ll post these in the next few days 12/9/20 two aerial photos from 1952 added to Heapey Station page and two old photos of Lister Mill quarry added 4/9/20 Photo of the month has been updated - and it’s an old photo - some 70 or 80 years old. Also added several photos to the Chorley - Blackburn line especially in “Along the Track” and Brinscall Station 30/8/20 I’ve discovered a rare photo of the railway bridge crossing Higher House Lane to the old Whitters factory…take a look here