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Taking its name from the former landlord of the area, Sir Thomas Egerton, baronet, it was developed in the 1830's when John and Edmund Ashworth set up their cotton mills.

There is a site for Egerton at http://www.egertonvillage.co.uk/

An Egerton resident has a site with pictures of Egerton and Bolton at http://mysite.freeserve.com/boltonlass/

[road view

26k GIF 125k JPEG Egerton view north April 1999

To the west of here is Belmont, past the Delph Reservoir.

[road view south]

20k GIF 85k JPEG Egerton view south April 1999

South of here is Dunscar.

[stone pub]

21k GIF 91k JPEG The Globe, Egerton, April 1999

[lake and
moored boats]

18k GIF 77k JPEG Delph Sailing Club April 1999

Delph reservoir is north of Egerton.

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