St Peters Church, looking from Stockport Road.
Trafalgar Square, in the West End of Ashton. The listed Victorian terrace is known locally as "The Twelve Apostles." The statue is of Hugh Mason, a local mill owner, who built many facilities in this area.
A closer view of the grand and ornate listed Victorian terrace known as "The Twelve Apostles", Trafalgar Square.
Gibson Terrace, Oxford Street - another grand terrace built as part of the model housing area for the Oxford Mills.
Modern 2 and 3 storey houses replaced decaying terraces in Fitzroy Street.
Around the corner in Kelvin Street, the houses have been re-furbished and look good as new.
More re-furbished terraced houses looking very smart in Portugal Street.
Hamilton Street, looking towards Ryecroft Mill.
Part of the former Oxford Mills in Ashton's West End. The Oxford Mills were destroyed by fire in 2019.
Part of the former Oxford Mills, built by the Mason family.
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