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The railway was pushing its way relentlessly towards the town from Manchester, bringing fears of migrant workers and the breakdown of law and order.
Cathie Davey, BBC publicist for Cranford, said the production team had chosen Dilhorne because it was an ideal location with its beautiful, unspoilt countryside.
She said: "There is a storyline in the second part of the drama which requires filming in a beautifully preserved area.
"The landscape in Dilhorne is perfect because we can get great panoramic shots of scenery without the trappings of modern day life."