Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology. A Gazetteer of Sites. Part 2: Borough of Erewash

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Title: Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology - A Gazetteer of Sites. Part II - Borough of Erewash: Author/Originator: Fowkes, D: Date/Year: Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology - A Gazetteer of Sites.

Part II - Borough of Erewash. pp SDR Bibliographic reference: Mason, S A. Nottingham Lace, ss. pp SDR Bibliographic reference: Fowkes, D (ed.). Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology: Gazetteer of Sites, Part II, Borough of Erewash.

Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology - A Gazetteer of Sites. Part II - Borough of Erewash. 2> SDR *Internet Web Site: Erewash Borough Council.

List of buildings of local interest. LL/ SDR Bibliographic reference: Fowkes, D (ed.). Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology: Gazetteer of Sites, Part II, Borough of.

Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology - A Gazetteer of Sites. Part II - Borough of Erewash. p 2> SDR Bibliographic reference: Mason, S A. Nottingham Lace, ss. p SDR *Internet Web Site: Erewash Borough Council.

List of buildings of local interest. LL/ Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology - A Gazetteer of Sites. Part II - Borough of Erewash. p 2> SDR Bibliographic reference: Mason, S A. Nottingham Lace, ss. p SDR Bibliographic reference: Fowkes, D (ed.).

Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology: Gazetteer of Sites, Part II, Borough of Erewash (second. Condition: Very Good. Staple bound booklet. Pictorial card covers. x mm. 38 pp. Illustrated with b&w photographs and a map. The third part of this gazetteer of Derbyshire's industrial archaeology sites.

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Part II - Borough of Erewash. 2> SDR Bibliographic reference: Fowkes, D (ed.). Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology: Gazetteer of Sites, Part II, Borough of Erewash (second edition).

About this Item: Association for Industrial Archaeology, UK, Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Soft back gazetteer in near fine condition with light scuffing to the spine.

Content fine comprising 60 pages of indexed tex with many b/w photographs amongst. The Book of Long Eaton. 2> SDR Bibliographic reference: Fowkes, D. Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology - A Gazetteer of Sites.

Part II - Borough of Erewash. p SDR *Internet Web Site: Erewash Borough Council. List of buildings of local interest. A Gazetteer of the White Peak. Les Robson. Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology Borough of High Peak Part I. n/a. n/a: Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology Borough of Erewash Part II.

n/a. Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology Borough of. City of Derby: Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology, A Gazetteer of Sites Part VII by Fowkes, Dudley and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   The beauties of the Peak District and the World Heritage Site in the Derwent Valley are well-known to all, so it’s pleasing to welcome a new publication which recognises the significance of another corner of the county, the Erewash Valley.

Author Philip Dalling, who grew up and worked as a journalist in the area for six years, has entitled his book The Erewash Valley – The Landscape of D H. Dudley Fowkes Editor () “Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology: A Gazetteer of Sites: Part IV Derbyshire Dales” Derbyshire Archaeology Society-Not to many sites locally; Aldwark- lead-mining remains; Ballidon- Minninglow embankment, quarry and kiln, limekiln, stone sleeper blocks.

Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology - A gazetteer of Sites Part II - Borough of Erewash. Fowkes, Dudley, Derbyshire Archaeology Society, 1st Edition.

ISBN: 44 pages, 70g. Stapled soft card covers FINE. 8vo. Illustrated with maps and b/w photographs. Industrial. Archaeology Glover Volume 2: Part 10 (Feb. ) A Brief Survey Of The Early Postal Service At Belper By Samuel Simpson Some Notes On The Dudley Of Norbriggs And The Norbriggs Shovel Works By S.L.

Garlic A Local Collection By H.S. Bromby William Wager And His Employees By Robert Thornhill Glover 69 Whittington Mill By. Fowkes, D Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology - A Gazetteer of Sites.

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Derbyshire Arch Soc Fowkes, D Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology - A Gazetteer of Sites. Part III - Borough of Amber. Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology – A Gazetteer of Sites – Borough of High Peak: Derbyshire Archaeology Society: Fowkes, Dudley: Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology – A Gazetteer of Sites – Borough of Erewash: Derbyshire Archaeology Society: Fowkes, Dudley: Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology: A Gazetteer of Sites – Part 4.

Statement of consultation for the Erewash Borough Council Core Strategy development plan document; June The Minett family coincidences part 2: the Glossop connection. LS/FIC/BK/ Under the Edge December LS/PER/DAS_NEWS/ Derbyshire Archaeological Society Newsletter January LS/PER/DERBYS.

Contents. 4 16 2 Foreword Martha Jasko-Lawrence, chair of the Derbyshire Archaeological Advisory Committee. 14 Where there’s muck, there’s magic National Park Ranger Andy.

Erewash Borough Council T: Trent Lock Conservation Area whether there is an account of the area in (e.g.) a “gazetteer of industrial archaeology”. The former Erewash Navigation Inn (built ) Draft: April Trent Lock is in the parish of Sawley in Derbyshire.

The site. About this Item: Derbyshire Archaeological Society, Condition: Very Good. Staple bound booklet. Pictorial card covers. x mm.

38 pp. Illustrated with b&w photographs and a map. The third part of this gazetteer of Derbyshire's industrial archaeology sites. A clean, presentable copy. Seller Inventory #.

Marilyn reported that both the Mining Weekend in Derbyshire and the annual conference in Nottingham have been registered with E-FAITH as part of the European Year of Cultural Heritage Field Visits – Bill Barksfield. The spring tour being organised by Bill Barksfield will be to Saxony in the former East Germany, during 14 to 20 May.

The Erewash Canal, which was opened inwas built to carry coal from local collieries. Langley Mill was home to the Great Northern Basin (the point of convergence of the Erewash, Cromford and Nottingham Canals) and the Erewash ran from there to Trent Lock in South Notts.

Crossing the bridge, turn left (north) along the Canal. Work on a gazetteer listing the main industrial archaeology sites in Gloucestershire started in following the publication of the Devon gazetteer.

The title was to be Industrial Archaeology in Gloucestershire. The same format of a 32 page booklet and grouping the sites by topic rather than by locality was adopted.

Derbyshire, September, but held over the border at the University of Nottingham and was well supported with 'l 20 Association members. The pre-conference seminar again attracted good support with some excellent contributions on the theme of 'lndustrial archaeology and industrial heritage in National Parks: research, recording and conservation'.

Time for another Snapshot of life in the Notts /Derbys area. `OLD NEWS` / UPDATES ON EARLIER ENTRIES Derbyshire - Erewash - Greensqueeze/Stanton Iron Works - The developer`s public consultation has been deferred yet again, this time to June Nottinghamshire - Grantham Canal / `The Battle for Mann`s Bridge` - A Public Inquiry has taken place on this and other issues.

Gazetteer of London industrial archaeology: North Lambeth and North-west Southwark. Continuing our list of I.A. sites in London, we are looking at the area between Westminster Bridge Road and Southwark Bridge Road.

The Borough boundary cuts through the area, as shown on the sketch below. The Erewash Canal, which was opened inwas built to carry coal from local collieries. Langley Mill was home to the Great Northern Basin (the point of convergence of the Erewash, Cromford and Nottingham Canals) and the Erewash ran from there to Trent Lock in South Notts.

Crossing the bridge, turn left (north) along the Canal. SIAS Newsletter No. November Issuu company logo. Northamptonshire Industrial Archaeology Group, established inhas played a pioneering role in research and recording, publishing articles in the CBA Group 9 Bulletin and NIAG Newsletter - their gazetteer of the county's industrial sites is forthcoming.

The Derbyshire SMR has drawn upon the work and publications of the Derbyshire. ‘Derbyshire Lead Production, to ’ by I.S.W. Blanchard, Derbyshire Archaeological Journal 91 pp () Box: Derbyshire Offprint ‘Lead Mining in 18th Century Ashover’ by G.G.

Hopkinson from Derbyshire Archaeological Journal Box: Derbyshire Publication (Draft). Heywood is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England. Historically part of Lancashire, it had a population of 28, at the Census.

The town lies on the south bank of the River Roch, miles ( km) east of Bury, miles ( km) west-southwest of Rochdale, and miles ( km) north of Manchester. The origins of Derbyshire. Derbyshire is first mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in in Manuscript D, known as the "Northern Recension".

Its creation appears to be a result of the dismemberment of the Mercian Kingdom's province of the Peak District and the chronicle says, under “her wæs eac eorðstyrung on Kalendas Maias on manegum stowum, on Wygracestre on Wic.

Crompton, John. A guide to the Industrial Archaeology of the West Midland Iron District. Crompton, John, Forth and Clyde: a guide to the industrial heritage of Central Scotland / John Crompton.

Cross, A. Old industrial sites in Wyedean: A gazetteer [pbk]. Crossley, Fred H. Screens, lofts and stalls in Monmouthshire. In nearby Erewash, developments at Stanton Iron Works have also proved controversial. Iron work has very much part of the history of Erewash since Roman times and the remains of medieval furnaces have been found in the area.

Located by the Erewash Canal, The Stanton Iron Works was established by a family named Crompton around Wormshill (/ w ɜːr m z ˈ h ɪ l / wurmz-HIL), historically Wormsell, is a small village and civil parish within the Borough of Maidstone, Kent, parish is approximately 7 miles (11 km) south of the Swale and 8 miles (13 km) east of village of Frinsted lies miles (1 km) to the east and Bicknor 1 1 ⁄ 2 miles ( km) to the north-west; while Hollingbourne is 3.

Detained in England Eastcote POW Camp, Pattishall by Chapman, Colin R. & Moss, S. Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Day, Nicholas J, Bricks and Sails, saga of boats and bricks, Great Grimsby Borough Councils Museums and Heritage Services, Hammond, M D P, Brick Kilns: An Illustrated Survey [includes kiln at Sutton on Sea], Industrial Archaeology Review, Volume 1 No.

2 () Holm, S A, Brick and Tile Making in South Humberside, the author, Radcliffe is a market town in the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, Greater Manchester, England. Historically a part of Lancashire, it lies in the Irwell Valley miles (4 km) south-west of Bury and miles (10 km) north-northwest of Manchester and is contiguous with Whitefield to the south.

The disused Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal bisects the town. 2—INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY NEWS — INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY NEWS Autumn Honorary President North East Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology Society Newsletter, 46, May Piers: book consists of a full gazetteer of all surveyed sites, with more than fifty.

The westernmost part of the site was reclaimed from the river at a late date (19th century+).' Whitefriars, City of London: 'The results of the watching brief confirmed the location of the river wall and provided supplementary information concerning its method of construction and width of the wall.Greater Manchester is a metropolitan county and combined authority area in North West England, with a population of million; the third largest in England after Greater London and the West Midlands.

It encompasses one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United Kingdom and comprises ten metropolitan boroughs: Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan, and .Harp Mill was a former cotton spinning mill in the Castleton, Rochdale, Greater Manchester, way, Castleton was a hub of cotton mills including the three 't', Th'Arrow, Th'Harp, and Th'Ensor.

The Castleton map includes: Marland Cotton Mill, Castleton Cotton Mill, Globe Works (Textile Machinery), Arrow Cotton Mill, Harp Cotton Mill, Globe Leather Works, Castleton Size Works.

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