Eccleston Delph Quarry. Also known as Eccy Delph, The Delph. LOG A DIVE . Water. Quarry (Fresh water) Features. Wreck, Wall. Depth. 10 m (avg) 20 m (max) Diver Level.
Eccleston Delph - Home - Eccleston Delph. WE ARE OPEN FOR DIVERS, SWIMMERS & CAFE CUSTOMERS ONLY. WE ARE UNABLE TO ALLOW WALKING AROUND OR FISH FEEDING THE SITE AT THIS TIME. PLEASE ENSURE YOU READ THE UPDATED RULES BEFORE VISITING.
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.
Eccleston Delph, Dive Centre located near Chorley Lancashire. Fresh Water quarry, Watch in 1080 HD for Best Quality
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- Scott Evans
Name: Eccleston, Chorley Place type: Village Location: Grid Ref: SD 5164 1741 • X/Y co-ords: 351641, 417420 • Lat/Long: 53.65100098,-2.73311089
We decided to celebrate the clubs 2nd Anniversary by having a dive and BBQ at Eccleston Delph. For the majority of us it was the first time at Eccy but it won't be the last. We had a good turnout 13 divers and 3 none. We met up at the Wrightington Hotel then made our way to Eccy. Some of the guys went direct to Eccy.
track to return to Delph. Distance: 8.5 miles. Transport: The 350 bus service from Oldham to Delph centre. There is plenty of free parking available in the side streets of Delph. Route: 1. Leave the centre of Delph with the Swan pub on your left. After crossing the river bridge the road bears left at the White Lion pub. Shortly after turn
George Bedford was born in Rastrick on the 18th April 1826. He was the son of a quarry labourer, John Bedford and his wife Susannah and was baptised at St. Matthew’s Church, Rastrick on the 12th November 1826. Like his father, George went to work in the local stone quarrying industry as a boy labourer.
Quarry Road, as it was called and the houses on Toothill Bank and Toothill Bank Place on the top side of the junction with the track, consisted of another forty-one houses in 1851 therefore the total population of that small area of Rastrick was around two hundred and sixty people.
Some of the aerial video footage I shot at the weekend a lovely place with plenty of amenities for divers and the public alike just wanting a nice peaceful s...
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- Roy Gallagher