Places near SJ904981 Droylsden

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Lancashire

icon icon  1. Abbey Hey, 2. Acre, 3. Alexandra Park, 4. Alkrington, 5. Alkrington Garden Village, 6. Alt, 7. Alt Hill, 8. Ancoats, 9. Angel Meadow, 10. Ardwick, 11. Ashton under Lyne, 12. Audenshaw, 13. Bardsley, 14. Belle Vue, 15. Beswick, 16. Birch in Rusholme, 17. Blackley, 18. Bradford, 19. Brook Bottom, 20. Broughton (Salford), 21. Broughton Park, 22. Brunswick, 23. Burnage, 24. Busk, 25. Campfield, 26. Chadderton, 27. Charlestown (Ashton), 28. Cheetham, 29. Cheetwood, 30. Chorlton on Medlock, 31. Clarksfield, 32. Clayton, 33. Collyhurst, 34. Coppice, 35. Copster Hill, 36. Crowhill, 37. Crumpsall, 38. Daisy Nook, 39. Dane Bank, 40. Deansgate, 41. Debdale, 42. Denton, 43. Didsbury, 44. Droylsden, 45. East Didsbury, 46. Failsworth, 47. Fairfield (Openshaw), 48. Fallowfield, 49. Fitton Hill, 50. Glodwick, 51. Gorton, 52. Great Heaton, 53. Greenacres, 54. Greengate (Salford), 55. Greenheys (Moss Side), 56. Greenside, 57. Guide Bridge, 58. Harpurhey, 59. Hartshead Green, 60. Hartshead Pike, 61. Hathershaw, 62. Haughton, 63. Haughton Green, 64. Hazelhurst (Ashton), 65. Heaton Chapel, 66. Heaton Mersey, 67. Heaton Moor, 68. Heaton Norris, 69. Hey (Lees), 70. Heyheads, 71. Heyrod, 72. Higher Blackley, 73. Higher Broughton (Salford), 74. Higher Openshaw, 75. Hollinwood, 76. Holts, 77. Hooley Hill, 78. Hulme (Manchester), 79. Hurst, 80. Kirkmanshulme, 81. Knott Lanes, 82. Ladybarn, 83. Lees, 84. Levenshulme, 85. Lime Side, 86. Limehurst, 87. Little Heaton, 88. Littlemoss, 89. Longsight, 90. Lower Broughton (Salford), 91. Luzley, 92. Manchester, 93. Micklehurst, 94. Middleton, 95. Middleton Junction, 96. Miles Platting, 97. Monsall, 98. Moorclose, 99. Moorhey, 100. Moss Side (Manchester), 101. Mossley, 102. Mossley Brow, 103. Moston, 104. Mumps, 105. New Cross, 106. New Moston, 107. Newton Heath, 108. Nimble Nook, 109. North Reddish, 110. Oldham, 111. Openshaw, 112. Park Bridge, 113. Pitses, 114. Reddish, 115. Rhodes, 116. Ridge Hill, 117. Roaches, 118. Rusholme, 119. Shudehill, 120. Smallshaw, 121. South Reddish, 122. Spring Hill (Oldham), 123. Stalybridge, 124. Strangeways, 125. Taunton, 126. Tonge, 127. Victoria Park, 128. Waterhead, 129. Waterloo (Ashton-under-Lyne), 130. Werneth, 131. West Didsbury, 132. West Gorton, 133. Whalley Range, 134. White Gate, 135. Withington, 136. Woodhouses,

Yorkshire (West Riding)

icon icon  1. Austerlands, 2. Brook Bottom, 3. Grasscroft, 4. Grotton, 5. Grotton Hall, 6. Holly Bank, 7. Lydgate, 8. New Houses, 9. Quick, 10. Quick Edge, 11. Sandbed, 12. Scouthead, 13. Shelderslow, 14. Skelderslow, 15. Springhead, 16. Stone Breaks, 17. Turf Lane, 18. Wade Hill, 19. Waterhead Mill, 20. Wood Brook, 21. Woodend,

Cheshire

icon icon  1. Arden Park, 2. Backbower, 3. Bredbury, 4. Bredbury Green, 5. Brinnington, 6. Brushes, 7. Buckton Vale, 8. Castle Hill, 9. Cherry Tree, 10. Compstall, 11. Copley, 12. Dukinfield, 13. Fern Bank, 14. Flowery Field, 15. Gee Cross, 16. Godley, 17. Godley Hill, 18. Greave, 19. Hattersley, 20. Hyde, 21. Kingston, 22. Lower Bredbury, 23. Matley, 24. Millbrook, 25. Mottram Rise, 26. Newton (Hyde), 27. Newton Wood, 28. Norris Bank, 29. Portwood, 30. Romiley, 31. Stalybridge, 32. Stockport, 33. Sun Green, 34. Werneth Low, 35. Woodlands, 36. Woodley, 37. Yew Tree,

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