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SX8077 : Setts, former granite tramway, Chapple Road by Derek Harper Setts, former granite tramway, Chapple Road by Derek Harper
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The shaped granite sett on the left has been re-aligned to form one side of the... (more)
Tags: GatewayX   building material:GraniteX   Granite SettsX   Grass VergeX   top:LowlandsX   top:RailwaysX   top:Roads, Road TransportX   long distance path:Templer WayX   former:Tramway  
SK3621 : Bridge over the Dimsdale branch of the Ticknall tramway [2] by Christine Johnstone Bridge over the Dimsdale branch of the Ticknall tramway [2] by Christine Johnstone
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From the east. The horse-drawn Ticknall tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime... (more)
SK3621 : Bridge over the Dimsdale branch of the Ticknall tramway [1] by Christine Johnstone Bridge over the Dimsdale branch of the Ticknall tramway [1] by Christine Johnstone
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From the west. The horse-drawn Ticknall tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime... (more)
SK3520 : Bridge over the Ticknall tramway, from the south by Christine Johnstone Bridge over the Ticknall tramway, from the south by Christine Johnstone
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This does not carry a lane or track, so it is probably an accommodation bridge.... (more)
SK3520 : Bridge over the Ticknall tramway, from the north by Christine Johnstone Bridge over the Ticknall tramway, from the north by Christine Johnstone
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This does not carry a lane or track, so it is probably an accommodation bridge.... (more)
SK3521 : Ticknall tramway, south of Red Brook by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway, south of Red Brook by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. It... (more)
SX7878 : Haytor Granite Tramway in Yarner Wood by Derek Harper Haytor Granite Tramway in Yarner Wood by Derek Harper
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A reverse view of SX7878 : Haytor Granite Tramway in Yarner Wood, with the tramway curving along the steep wooded hillside.
Tags: Beech TreesX   national park:DartmoorX   Fallen LeavesX   top:LowlandsX   top:PathsX   top:RailwaysX   long distance path:Templer WayX   former:Tramway   WoodlandX   top:Woodland, ForestX   national nature reserve:Yarner WoodX  
SX7878 : Haytor Granite Tramway in Yarner Wood by Derek Harper Haytor Granite Tramway in Yarner Wood by Derek Harper
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The granite tramway passes a row of beech trees, high up in the nature reserve.
Tags: Beech TreesX   national park:DartmoorX   Fallen LeavesX   top:LowlandsX   top:PathsX   top:RailwaysX   long distance path:Templer WayX   former:Tramway   WoodlandX   top:Woodland, ForestX   national nature reserve:Yarner WoodX  
SK3621 : Embankment, Dimsdale branch, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Embankment, Dimsdale branch, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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On the north side of Heath Road. The horse-drawn Ticknall tramway opened in... (more)
SK3620 : Stone blocks, Ticknall tramway, South Wood by Christine Johnstone Stone blocks, Ticknall tramway, South Wood by Christine Johnstone
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The 'sleepers' of the tramway. Each stone had a hole drilled in it,... (more)
SK3620 : Ticknall tramway entering South Wood by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway entering South Wood by Christine Johnstone
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Not far from the site of small coal pits. The tramway had a passing loop near... (more)
SK3520 : Cutting, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Cutting, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. It... (more)
SK3521 : Ticknall tramway, heading south towards Red Brook by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway, heading south towards Red Brook by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. It... (more)
SK3422 : Redundant stile and absent gate, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Redundant stile and absent gate, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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No doubt removed when the National Trust resurfaced the tramway route to create... (more)
SK3422 : Safety fencing, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Safety fencing, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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To discourage people using the tramway from rushing out onto Staunton Lane. The... (more)
SK3721 : Harpur's Crossing footpath and former tramway by Ian Calderwood Harpur's Crossing footpath and former tramway by Ian Calderwood
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Harpur's Crossing is a permissive footpath connecting the Staunton Harold... (more)
Tags: top:Country EstatesX   type:GeographX   subject:PathX   top:PathsX   Permissive PathX   former:PlatewayX   top:Quarrying, MiningX   Stone SleeperX   former:Tramway  
SK3520 : Ticknall Tramway junction by Ian Calderwood Ticknall Tramway junction by Ian Calderwood
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This is where the Dimminsdale Branch of the tramway, coming in from the right,... (more)
SX7878 : Haytor Granite Tramway in Yarner Wood by Derek Harper Haytor Granite Tramway in Yarner Wood by Derek Harper
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Rounding a bend high above the Yarner Stream valley.
Tags: national park:DartmoorX   Fallen LeavesX   top:LowlandsX   top:PathsX   top:RailwaysX   long distance path:Templer WayX   former:Tramway   WoodlandX   top:Woodland, ForestX   national nature reserve:Yarner WoodX  
SK0282 : Former tramway to Bugsworth Basin by John M Former tramway to Bugsworth Basin by John M
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The tramways brought limestone and lime from Dove Holes to Bugsworth Basin.
Tags: top:CanalsX   top:IndustryX   Line of Former TramwayX   top:RailwaysX   former:Tramway  
SK3619 : Embankment, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Embankment, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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In Bryan's Coppice. The value of the goods carried was hopefully worth the... (more)
SK3619 : Ticknall tramway turns gold with beech leaves by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway turns gold with beech leaves by Christine Johnstone
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A cutting at the southern tip of Bryan's Coppice. The horse-drawn tramway... (more)
SK3619 : Ticknall tramway at the southern end of Bryan's Coppice by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway at the southern end of Bryan's Coppice by Christine Johnstone
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A closed colliery was recorded at 'Brians-coppy' in 1811. The... (more)
SK3619 : Ticknall tramway embankment, in Bryan's Coppice by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway embankment, in Bryan's Coppice by Christine Johnstone
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The horse-drawn tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from kilns in Ticknall to... (more)
SK3620 : Ticknall tramway heading south in South Wood by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway heading south in South Wood by Christine Johnstone
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The horse-drawn tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from kilns in Ticknall to... (more)
SK3620 : Bend on Ticknall tramway, in South Wood by Christine Johnstone Bend on Ticknall tramway, in South Wood by Christine Johnstone
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The horse-drawn tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from kilns in Ticknall to... (more)
SK3620 : Ticknall tramway embankment at the edge of South Wood by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway embankment at the edge of South Wood by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. It... (more)
SK3422 : Cattle grid on the Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Cattle grid on the Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. It... (more)
Tags: subject:Cattle GridX   Former Mineral TramwayX   type:GeographX   National Trust SiteX   National Trust WalkX   top:PathsX   top:RailwaysX   former:TramroadX   former:Tramway  
SK3422 : Ticknall tramway heading south from Staunton Lane by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway heading south from Staunton Lane by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. It... (more)
SK3623 : Tramway passing between two limeyards, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Tramway passing between two limeyards, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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The limeyards opened in 1765, the tramway in 1802. The 'cliff' of... (more)
SO3149 : Former tramway, Eardisley by Philip Halling Former tramway, Eardisley by Philip Halling
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The Kington Tramway was an early narrow gauge horse tramway that linked... (more)
Tags: top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   former:Tramway  
SK2355 : Old sand pit, tramway and paint works by Ian Calderwood Old sand pit, tramway and paint works by Ian Calderwood
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The hole, in the foreground, is the former sand pit; the former tramway, from... (more)
Tags: top:Derelict, DisusedX   former:Paint WorksX   subject:PitX   top:Quarrying, MiningX   former:Sand PitX   former:Tramway   top:UplandsX  
SK3523 : Stone blocks on the Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Stone blocks on the Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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The 'sleepers' of the tramway. Each stone had a hole drilled in it,... (more)
SK3523 : Tramway bridge and restored lime kiln, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Tramway bridge and restored lime kiln, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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In Sir Henry Harpur's limeyard.
SK3523 : Ticknall tramway junction, east end of tunnel by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway junction, east end of tunnel by Christine Johnstone
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Looking from the northern branch towards the 'main line'. The tramway... (more)
SK3524 : Ticknall tramway bridge, from the north by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway bridge, from the north by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. This... (more)
Tags: Former Mineral TramwayX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   subject:PathX   top:RailwaysX   place:TicknallX   former:TramroadX   former:Tramway  
SK3524 : Northern branch, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Northern branch, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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Curving round from the foreground to the hedge between the two buildings. The... (more)
Tags: Former Mineral TramwayX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   subject:PathX   top:RailwaysX   place:TicknallX   former:TramroadX   former:Tramway  
SK3523 : Ticknall tramway embankment, east of the Lodge by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway embankment, east of the Lodge by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. This... (more)
SK3523 : Branch of the Ticknall tramway, north of the junction by Christine Johnstone Branch of the Ticknall tramway, north of the junction by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway is on the higher ground, just to the left/west of the leaf-filled path.
SK1929 : Former tramway bridge abutment by Ian Calderwood Former tramway bridge abutment by Ian Calderwood
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This is where the 2ft-gauge tramway from RAF Fauld bomb dump used to cross the... (more)
Tags: subject:BridgeX   former:BridgeX   Bridge AbutmentX   river:DoveX   type:GeographX   Railway Bridge AbutmentX   top:RailwaysX   top:Rivers, Streams, DrainageX   former:Tramway   top:Village, Rural SettlementX  
SK3520 : Ticknall Tramway and overbridge by Ian Calderwood Ticknall Tramway and overbridge by Ian Calderwood
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The Ticknall Tramway was built to connect the village to the Ashby Canal. It was... (more)
SZ5993 : Former Ryde Pier Tramway by Graham Robson Former Ryde Pier Tramway by Graham Robson
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Until 1969 a tramway ran along the length of the pier to the ferry terminal at... (more)
ST2794 : Footpath along route of former industrial tramway, Cwmbran by Jaggery Footpath along route of former industrial tramway, Cwmbran by Jaggery
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The footpath descends away from an underpass beneath Henllys Way. This was... (more)
Tags: Dismantled TramwayX   top:PathsX   former:Tramway  
SD2474 : Tramway bridge support, Pinder Ring by Adrian Taylor Tramway bridge support, Pinder Ring by Adrian Taylor
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Now standing isolated, this dressed limestone column supported a narrow gauge... (more)
SX8077 : Chapple bridge on the Haytor tramway by Derek Harper Chapple bridge on the Haytor tramway by Derek Harper
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A further image of the bridge also shown in SX8077 : Chapple bridge - granite tramway and SX8077 : The Templer Way joins Chapple Road. The... (more)
Tags: BridgeX   national park:DartmoorX   building material:GraniteX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   Information BoardX   Listed StructureX   top:LowlandsX   top:PathsX   top:RailwaysX   top:Roads, Road TransportX   SeatX   long distance path:Templer WayX   former:Tramway   TreesX  
SX8077 : Haytor Granite Tramway by Derek Harper Haytor Granite Tramway by Derek Harper
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A duplicate of the scene from seven years earlier shown in SX8077 : Haytor Granite Tramway near Bovey Tracey. This is... (more)
Tags: BridlewayX   building material:GraniteX   HedgebanksX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   top:LowlandsX   top:PathsX   top:RailwaysX   long distance path:Templer WayX   former:Tramway   TreesX  
TF5004 : The former route of the Wisbech and Upwell tramway by Richard Humphrey The former route of the Wisbech and Upwell tramway by Richard Humphrey
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Looking south east from Basin Road
SK3523 : Hart's tongue fern, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone Hart's tongue fern, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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Asplenium scolopendrium on the south side of a Ticknall tramway cutting [opened 1802].
Tags: top:Derelict, DisusedX   Former Mineral TramwayX   type:GeographX   plant:Harts TongueX   plant:Harts-Tongue FernX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   top:RailwaysX   place:TicknallX   former:TramroadX   former:Tramway  
SK4927 : Curving hedge bordering the old tramway by Ian Calderwood Curving hedge bordering the old tramway by Ian Calderwood
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This hedge borders the line of the former tramway from Kingston Gypsum Mine to... (more)
Tags: top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   FieldX   subject:HedgeX   top:RailwaysX   former:Tramway  
SK0147 : Cherry Eye Incline by Ian Calderwood Cherry Eye Incline by Ian Calderwood
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This cutting through the bank above the Caldon Canal was dug for the inclined... (more)
Tags: CanalX   former:Canal WharfX   top:CanalsX   Dismantled Ironstone RailwayX   former:Ironstone MineX   top:Quarrying, MiningX   former:Railway CuttingX   top:RailwaysX   former:Tramway   subject:Tramway   top:Woodland, ForestX  
SX6560 : Tramway loading bay by Graham Horn Tramway loading bay by Graham Horn
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This embankment adjacent to the former tramway may well be a loading bay, or... (more)
Tags: top:Derelict, DisusedX   former:Tramway  
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