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Harlaxton Quarries Railway [27 photos] in SK8731

Aug 15, 2013 An agreement was reached between the Stanton Ironworks Company and Mr Pearson-Gregory of Harlaxton Manor in 1922, extraction not to commence before 1932, but at that stage nothing happened. (Hungerton) Quarry, close to the top of the main line. It was considered impracticable to re-lay the railway, the decision being made to use lorries to

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History Stanton Iron Works

HISTORY OF STANTON WORKS Production at Stanton Ironworks in Ilkeston drew to a close when the last pipe was cast on May 24, 2007. The last of the 185 production workers at the pipe-making factory walked out of the gates for the final time. BBC reports on large job losses

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) Quarry Hill Industrial Estate

Mar 05, 2018 of which 7,000 worked at the Stanton Works. The Quarry Hill Industrial Estate has emerged over the last 60 or so years from the heavy industry associated with the former iron foundry works and associated rail sidings. Most of the buildings on the old Stanton Ironworks site have now been either demolished or are derelict.

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07-01-2019 The Old Ironworks Stanton Recycling Ltd

Jan 07, 2019 west; the village of Stanton-by-Dale is approximately 2km to the south-west and 700m to the east, separated by the M1 motorway, the River Erewash, the Erewash Canal and the Nottingham-Loughborough Main Railway Line, is the settlement of Trowell and beyond that, within 1km to the south-east, are the towns of Stapleford and Sandiacre.

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Locomotives hauled their last as quarries closed near

The LNER built a branch line from Bottesford in 1884 to provide a route out for the ironstone so it could supply the Stanton Ironworks Company furnaces, near Nottingham. The quarries were significantly expanded to meet the needs of the war effort during World War I.

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Glendon East Ironstone Quarry Railway Remembered Rocks

Jul 09, 2020 Hunslet built steam locomotive DARLINGTON. Upon the acquisition of James Pain Ltd by the Stanton Ironworks Company (SIC) in 1928 this loco was transferred from Stanton Ironworks to Glendon for quarry work in 1929.

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Harlaxton Quarries Railway [27 photos] in SK8731

Aug 15, 2013 An agreement was reached between the Stanton Ironworks Company and Mr Pearson-Gregory of Harlaxton Manor in 1922, extraction not to commence before 1932, but at that stage nothing happened. (Hungerton) Quarry, close to the top of the main line. It was considered impracticable to re-lay the railway, the decision being made to use lorries to

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Locomotives hauled their last as quarries closed near

The LNER built a branch line from Bottesford in 1884 to provide a route out for the ironstone so it could supply the Stanton Ironworks Company furnaces, near Nottingham. The quarries were significantly expanded to meet the needs of the war effort during World War I.

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Glendon East Ironstone Quarry Railway Remembered Rocks

Jul 09, 2020 Upon the acquisition of James Pain Ltd by the Stanton Ironworks Company (SIC) in 1928 this loco was transferred from Stanton Ironworks to Glendon for quarry work in 1929. Calcining of excavated ironstone (mixing with coal and then burnt to drive off moisture and volatiles) was done on the quarry floor up until 1940 when separate calcining

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Peckett & Sons Works No 1257 Uppingham 0-4-0ST Preserved

The quarry line ran close to the public school and there is a view that there was no love lost between the Head Master and James Pain and that the locomotive was named Uppingham to deliberately annoy the school. By this time James Pain and Bowne & Shaw Ltd were part of the Stanton Ironworks Co.

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"Ironstone" East Midlands rural quarry railway UK

Jul 25, 2020 "Salmon" was delivered new to Woolsthorpe Quarries in Leicestershire, where the line had recently been upgraded from a 3ft narrow gauge system to a standard gauge setup. The quarry was operated by the Stanton Ironworks Company at this time, and later Stewarts and Lloyds.

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Leicestershire SRS Welcome!

1880-c1900. Zig-zag inclined line. From 1911 a narrow gauge system was installed by the new owners, Stanton. Barnstone Cement Co Ltd; Off GN155: Waltham-on-the-Wolds Lime Pits. 1931-1941 (??). Stanton Ironworks Co Ltd ; Off GN156: Eaton Ironstone Quarries SK 795 305. South facing connection to GNR 300 yards south of bridge on Eastwell Belvoir

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Esoteric Eric: In Accordance with Ordinance : 2018

Dec 29, 2018 The Stanton Ironworks at New Stanton, south of Ilkeston was once the town’s largest manufacturing concern and consequently its biggest employer. The Stanton and Staveley group was later part of the Tubes Division of British Steel Corporation. At its height, the company employed around 12,500 people of which 7,000 worked at the Stanton works.

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Walk: Dale Abbey Country Images Magazine

The old railway once linked Stanton Ironworks with two collieries around Arbour Hill near Dale Abbey and also local clay pits and a sand quarry. • Follow the line of a hedge next to the trackbed and then bear left across the next field to its far corner. •Go right through a gateway to follow a track towards a group of cottages and farm

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Finedon Wikipedia

Finedon is a small town in the Borough of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, with a population at the 2011 census of 4,309 people. In 1086 when the Domesday Book was completed, Finedon (then known as Tingdene) was a large royal manor, previously held by Queen Edith, wife of Edward the Confessor.From the 1860s the parish was much excavated for its iron ore, which lay underneath a

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Rocks By Rail The Living Ironstone Museum History

The Stanton Ironworks Company (SIC)based near Ilkeston in Derbyshire was a large company with significant interests in iron and steel, coal, ironstone and limestone. The Company operated a significant number of ironstone quarries in the East Midlands with the output usually being supplied by rail to the Company’s furnaces at Stanton by Dale

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Land to rent in Foundry Works, Lows Lane, Stanton-by-Dale

The property is located to the south of Ilkeston town centre and north east of the village of Stanton by Dale. It comprises part of the Former Stanton Ironworks to the north of the village of Stanton by Dale, access to which is via an existing private road from Lows Lane to the south and Quarry Hill via Compton Road to the north.

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History db0nus869y26v.cloudfront.net

Stanton Ironworks Areas south and east of the town were quarried by the Stanton Ironworks Company, who began using Northamptonshire ironstone in 1865. By 1869 they were leasing quarries on the Finedon Hall estate and built a narrow-gauge tramway to connect to the Midland Railway, [19] and from there the ore was transported by rail to their

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Rutland Railway Museum Infogalactic: the planetary

They also have a face shovel, a drag line excavator and dumpers as used in quarry systems. The cab of the massive dragline excavator Sundew is on display here. The museum operates passenger rides on a 0.75 miles Stanton Ironworks Co. 4-plank wagon 624. Stanton Ironworks Co. 5-plank wagon 818. Stanton Ironworks Co. 5-plank wagon 849.

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Holwell Reserves NatureSpot

Ironstone was first quarried from the area by the Stanton Ironworks company from 1879 until 1881. Mining resumed in 1918 and continued until 1933 when the company began to work the mine with galleries based on the pillar-and-stall method. Open cast working was reinstated at the quarry between 1953 and 1957 when exploitation ceased.

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Proposals for Derbyshire rail freight terminal

Dec 22, 2020 The site is the disused Stanton Ironworks, on the southern edge of the town of Ilkeston. Local reports say the site has been largely derelict since before the turn of the century. The 200 acre (81 hectare) brownfield site is served by a former industrial branch line directly off the Midland Main Line.

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Former ironworks land sold Ilkeston Life

Dec 10, 2020 Former ironworks land sold A 70-hectare site at Stanton that has been derelict for years has been sold with plans to transform the land and create local jobs for local people. Erewash Borough Council has welcomed the news that land owner Saint-Gobain PAM UK Ltd has agreed the sale with Verdant Regeneration Ltd a new company formed by local

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Verdant Regeneration NEW STANTON PARK

The new development plans will reintroduce the use of the railway line whilst developing a range of units that will total 2 million sq ft of industrial space. The New Stanton Park rail has a direct link to the midland mainline allowing us to become a key distribution point for materials being imported and exported efficiently throughout the UK

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Easton Neston The SMJ Society Midland Junction Railway

Records show that it went to Stanton Ironworks Co. Ltd. but it is not mentioned in the Stanton records. In 1889, a new company entitled the Towcester Mineral & Brick Co. Ltd took over the land and began removing ironstone.

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Rocks By Rail The Living Ironstone Museum History

The Stanton Ironworks Company (SIC)based near Ilkeston in Derbyshire was a large company with significant interests in iron and steel, coal, ironstone and limestone. The Company operated a significant number of ironstone quarries in the East Midlands with the output usually being supplied by rail to the Company’s furnaces at Stanton by Dale

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Ilkeston Wikipedia

The Stanton Ironworks acquired a number of smaller ironstone quarrying and ironworks companies. These included the Wellingborough Iron Company in 1932. Steel pipe manufacturing began at Stanton after World War I and later concrete pipes were produced, Stanton being the first in the UK to develop the 'spun pipe' process.

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FOUNDRY WORKS, LOWS LANE

Apr 29, 2020 The property comprises part of the Former Stanton Ironworks to the north of the village of Stanton by Dale, access to which is via an existing private road from Lows Lane to the south and Quarry Hill via Compton Road to the north. Description The property comprises an extensive secured and gated self-contained site benefiting from 24 hour

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The Railtour Files Six Bells Junction

Stanton Jn Quarry Hill Road GF (Stanton Ironworks) 41320: Quarry Hill Road GF (Stanton Ironworks) Stanton Jn Ilkeston North Awsworth Jn Basford North Bulwell Common: 41320: Bulwell Common Bagthorpe Jn Nottingham Victoria: Notes :

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Old Bricks:Bricks Sn Sw

Stanton Ironworks Co. Stanton Ironworks Co. Ltd., Stanton Brick Works, Derby Road, Ilkeston, Derbys. Kelly's Derbyshire Directory 1932/1936/1941. Photo by Antony Meadows and info by Frank Lawson. Found in N. E. Derbyshire by Simon Patterson.

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Savills Foundry Works, Lows Lane, Stanton-by-Dale

The property is located to the south of Ilkeston town centre and north east of the village of Stanton by Dale. It comprises part of the Former Stanton Ironworks to the north of the village of Stanton by Dale, access to which is via an existing private road from Lows Lane to the south and Quarry Hill via Compton Road to the north.

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History db0nus869y26v.cloudfront.net

Stanton Ironworks Areas south and east of the town were quarried by the Stanton Ironworks Company, who began using Northamptonshire ironstone in 1865. By 1869 they were leasing quarries on the Finedon Hall estate and built a narrow-gauge tramway to connect to the Midland Railway, [19] and from there the ore was transported by rail to their

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Finedon Blogger

Stanton Ironworks Areas south and east of the town were quarried by the Stanton Ironworks Company, who began using Northamptonshire ironstone in 1865. By 1869 they were leasing quarries on the Finedon Hall estate and built a narrow-gauge tramway to connect to the Midland Railway, [19] and from there the ore was transported by rail to their

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Dale Sand Quarry, 1945

photographer Stanton Ironworks Company. ImageDate August 1945. Location Dale Sand Quarry. Town Dale_Abbey. About this image. Help us to improve our records. If you can improve our knowledge about this image we’d be happy to hear from you. Please contact us here. Personalise a Product.

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Images of Railways Elsewhere Central England and

Stanton & Staveley Ltd ran Holwell and Stanton Ironworks which had several of these Barclay 0-4-0 crane tanks. The main work at Stanton was done by a fleet of diesels. There were many collieries in the Midlands one of my favourites to visit was Littleton in Staffordshire, where the connection from pit to BR's West Coast Main Line went under

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