The Metropolitan Borough of Trafford was formed in 1974 from the Municipal Boroughs of Altrincham, Sale and Stretford, the Urban Districts of Bowdon, Hale and Urmston and part of Bucklow Rural District. All were previously in Cheshire, apart from Stretford and Urmston which were in Lancashire. North Trafford comprises the suburbs and villages of Cornbrook, Davyhulme, Firswood, Flixton, Gorse Hill, Lostock, Old Trafford and Trafford Park.  South Trafford consists of Ashton-Upon-Mersey,  Broadheath, Brooklands, Hale Barns, Oldfield Brow, Sale Moor, Timperley and West Timperley. The four civil parishes of Carrington, Dunham Massey, Partington and Warburton were all previously part of Bucklow Rural District

The Dunham Massey Estate (National Trust) 

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 Industry, Canal & River, and Railways.....

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