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FERNILEE RESERVOIR

Stockport Corporation Waterworks acquired Goyt Valley for the building of two reservoirs and by 1930 the farms and houses were empty and demolished in order to provide an uncontaminated water catchment area.
Both reservoirs were built by , Lehane Mackenzie and Shand.
Fernilee was completed in 1938. It cost about £480,000 and holds 4940 million litres (1,000 million gallons) and is 126 feet deep.
Errwood was completed in 1967. It cost £1.5 million and holds 4215 million litres (927 million gallons) and is 117 feet deep.

Fernilee reservoir

MINERALS SPECIMENS for SALE

My Collection of Mineral Specimens is up for sale.

If interested then please follow the link to it

Mineral specimens for sale

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