A principal destination along the former Oldham Loop Line, Oldham once had six railway stations but this was reduced to three once Clegg Street, Oldham Central and Glodwick Road closed in the mid-20th century. Oldham Werneth, Oldham Mumps and Derker closed on 3 October 2009.
<p><b>Dovestone Reservoir</b> lies at the convergence of the valleys of the Greenfield and Chew Brooks above the village of <a href="/pages/w/104020676302599">Greenfield</a>, on <a href="/pages/w/110226405695299">Saddleworth Moor</a> in <a href="/pages/w/108000939228459">Greater Manchester</a>, England.
The collection has been made accessible to audiences through exhibitions and partnerships with galleries and museums, across the United Kingdom. And Gallery Oldham has been one of the lucky Galleries to feature the […] Festival Oldham Returns! Roll-up, roll-up for the greatest show in town! Festival Oldham is back for another year.
The Huddersfield Narrow Canal is an inland waterway in northern England. It runs just under 20 miles (32 km) from Lock 1E at the rear of the University of Huddersfield campus, near Aspley Basin in Huddersfield, to the junction with the Ashton Canal at Whitelands Basin in Ashton-under-Lyne.
March Hill Holes are on your left as you descend towards the reservoir which is a popular area of geocaches, I believe. March Haigh Reservoir. The grass surrounding me while walking alongside the reservoir was quite high for a while but it soon thinned out.
Oldham's Heritage Open Days. Properties all over the country are throwing open their doors as part of this national event organised by English Heritage. Whether you are interested in architecture or heritage or just curious about the buildings in the borough this is your chance to step through the door and find out more.
A persistent legend insists that Waterhead War Memorial was the first of the many in Oldham. In fact, the first memorial erected in the Oldham Borough is a simple cross situated in the grounds of St Mary’s (Oldham Parish Church), which was unveiled on Easter Sunday 1919.
<p><b>Yeoman Hey Reservoir</b> is a <a href="/pages/w/103084139732065">reservoir</a> in the English <a href="/pages/w/112532805426951">Peak District</a>. On its margin is a commemorative stone laid by the <a href="/pages/w/110392149013700">King of Tonga</a> in 1981.