Stockport (disambiguation)


Stockport (disambiguation)

Stockport is a large town in Greater Manchester, England.

Stockport may also refer to:

tockport, United Kingdom

Districts

;Current
*Metropolitan Borough of Stockport
**Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council
*Stockport (UK Parliament constituency);Previous
*County Borough of Stockport (1889-1974)
*Stockport Rural District (1894-1904)
*Stockport North (UK Parliament constituency) (1950-1983)
*Stockport South (UK Parliament constituency) (1950-1983)

ports

*Stockport County F.C.
*Stockport Cricket Club
*Stockport Georgians F.C.
*Stockport R.U.F.C

Other uses

*The Stockport air disaster
*Stockport Branch Canal
*Stockport Castle
*Stockport College
*"Stockport Express", the local newspaper
*Stockport Grammar School
*Stockport Peel Centre, a shopping center
*Stockport railway station
*Stockport Town Hall
*Stockport Viaduct

Other places

Canada:
*Stockport Islands, NunavutUnited States:
*Stockport, Indiana
*Stockport, Iowa
*Stockport, New York
*Stockport, Ohio


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