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  1. Frederick Marsh ran the quarry from 1930 until his death in 1934, when his wife Freda took over. Freda Marsh ran the quarry from 1934 to 1940/41. Stone quarried at the time was used to build the Tarleton by-pass, between Banks and Tarleton. View of the quarry in the 1930's. Quarry worker 1930's. The Delph 1930's. The Delph 1930's

  2. 48ft Cruiser - Sitting at 15 metres. Transit Van, Sitting at 12 metres. Shots 360 Aircraft cockpit. Mini Cave, Sitting at 3 metres. Gnome garden, Sitting at 3 metres. Two speed boats, Sitting at 10 metres. Two 20ft containers, Sitting at 8 metres. Playground, great fun and very amusing - Sitting at 6 metres.

  3. Eccleston Delph - Home - Eccleston Delph. WE ARE OPEN FOR DIVERS, SWIMMERS AND CAFE CUSTOMERS ONLY. PLEASE ENSURE YOU READ THE UPDATED RULES BEFORE VISITING.

  4. The Delph is on the right (look for the dry stone wall) FROM THE SOUTH. Leave M6 at Junction 27 and turn left. Follow the same instructions as above. PLEASE NOTE! Most of the roads leading to The Delph are narrow country roads which can be occupied by runners, walkers, cyclists and plenty of wildlife. Please take care when driving.

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  6. Quarry History of Yonkers, New York. Since as early as 1751, stone quarries have thrived in New York State for the purposes of lime manufacture and the making of iron, building and monumental stone, and road construction. In the centuries to come, granite quarries would eventually thrive in the cities just north of Manhattan.

  7. went to the delph on sunday (19th dec 2004) today was the last divint day available at the delph this year. suprisingly good vis!! the fish were being freindly and saying hello to us aswell. great dives with my buddy and a great end to my first year of diving. i strongley recomend the delph for diving it is really improveing the have a web page www.thedelph.co.uk have a gander at it. and once ...