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Ironstone quarrying at Easton On The Hill

Eric S. Tonks

Ironstone quarrying at Easton On The Hill

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Published by Rutland Railway Museum in Cottesmore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement(by) Eric S. Tonks and John Scholes.
ContributionsScholes, John.
The Physical Object
Pagination54p. :
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17561096M
ISBN 100950672327
OCLC/WorldCa191710211

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Ironstone Quarrying at Easton on the Hill by Eric S. Tonks,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The and re-working of the quarry re-opened the 1 in 13 incline down to the Tippler on the MR line as a self acting rope worked incline with the upper yds of route into the quarry being worked by a steam loco.

The gauge was 3ft and the last loco was an ST built by Hudswell Clarke (Wks No of ) named UTHIE. Ironstone Quarrying at Easton on the Hill 1 copy Industrial Locomotives of Lancashire, Pocket Book No. 2 (Reprint) 1 copy Railway Preservation in Britain, A Statistical Survey 1 copy.

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Ironstone quarrying and the Scaldwell Tramway. The Ironstone Quarries of the Midlands History Operation and. Fig. 70 Easton-on-the-Hill (8) and (9) Fig.

71 Easton-on-the-Hill (13) Internally the house was almost entirely refitted in the 19th century, only the two staircases of the original house being retained. In the 19th-century the arrangement of the E. range consisted. IRONSTONE TRAMWAYS OF THE MIDLANDS.

The first edition of the above book detailed the known history of the various systems up to the end of In the revised edition are given important changes that have occurred since that date, and also amendments to earlier history where fresh facts have been brought to light.

IRONSTONE Cadman, G E Easton on the Hill Ironstone Quarrying: Reconnaisance Survey Report for SMR. [need to find out if available as hard copy] Hawkins, D Archaeological Desk-Based Assessmentof Land at St George’s Street, Northampton. (unpub report) Tonks, E The Ironstone Quarries of The Midlands (History, Operation and Railways): The Oxfordshire Field.

Ironstone Industry, A century ago a large section of Hook Norton’s male working population worked locally in heavy industry.

Traditionally an agricultural community, since the late s the village had also become a centre not just of iron-ore quarrying but also of. An ironstone quarry in Victorian times and now dammed to prevent soil erosion. Quarry Pond on Hengistbury Head in Dorset.

Beacon Hill Burton Dassett Country Park in South Warwickshire is formed from old ironstone quarry workings. (locally an ironstone), with a variable thickness. Due to extensive quarrying of the stone as an iron ore there is very little of the Marlstone left in the county, the stone used for conservation repair is the Oxfordshire Marlstone, known as Banbury Ironstone, which also weathers to a distinctive golden orange/brown colour.

Easton on the Hill, Near Stamford, Lincs. Located at the north eastern tip of East-Northamptonshire, UK. Sited on the A43, approximately miles from Stamford. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Eric S Tonks books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

Ironstone Quarrying at Easton on the Hill. Eric S. Tonks. 01 Dec Paperback. unavailable. The Ironstone Quarries of the Midlands: Wellingborough Area Pt. Eric S. Tonks. 01 Jul Hardback. Rocks by Rail the Living Ironstone Museum.

Ironstone quarrying at Easton On The Hill book to an outdoor adventure, cast in an ironstone quarry. Covering 19 acres of reclaimed quarry, railway tracks and nature trails, Rocks by Rail is a journey back in time.

It’s an unmissable opportunity to experience an awesome industrial landscape. Explore fascinating nature trails. Take a train. Ironstone for Building and Masonry Projects. Over many decades the Great Tew Estate has quarried Great Tew Ironstone for its own use.

The quarry supplied stone for the building of the 17th century cottages and houses in Great Tew and it is possible that Ironstone has been quarried at Great Tew since the construction of the Roman settlement a mile to the south.

In Peter Excell passed on the information that a locomotive is reputed to be under the water at Easton Neston's flooded quarry near the Blisworth to Towcester road, where the SMJ line used to cross it.

particularly of the hill where the famous windmill stood at the time. alleged to have worked in an ironstone quarry belonging to. The Priest’s House, Easton on the Hill – displays on the mining and use of Collyweston Slate, and early ironstone quarrying 2.

Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham – 90 pots created by top Korean potter Lee Kang Hyo. Free admission 3. Barnsdale Gardens – walks and walks about Roses (Saturday). Normal admission prices 4. Northamptonshire is rich in ironstone and the fields to the east of Chester Farm (and much of the land to the south of the A45) were once quarried to extract it.

Ironstone was dug from some of the fields to the east of Chester Farm in the s and again in the s. In the early part of the 20th century a great many men were employed at the Easton-on-the-Hill ironstone quarry.

This was only operational for about 50 years and it was never a great success, probably due to the fact that the closest ironworks were in Scunthorpe and the inclining ground made working the site very restrictive.

The town of Burton Latimer, some 4 miles south of Kettering, Northamptonshire, lies on the Northampton sand ironstone bed, an oolitic ironstone from the Jurassic period, running from the vicinity of Lincoln in the north to Towcester in the south.

Ironstone has been worked in our county from very early times but it was The Great Exhibition held in Hyde Park, London in where samples of. A track from the A leads up to the quarry, and a steep indistinct path below the south-east face of the quarry leads to the cave above a jumble of huge boulders.

As described in ' Scottish slate quarries ', it is a cave about 20 m deep created by quarrying, tapering towards its inner end. Easton On The Hill; Eastrea; Elton; Etton; Eye; Farcet; Fengate; Fletton; Fotheringhay; Garton End; Gedney Hill Nassington Ironstone Quarry () Ap Nassington Quarry Engine Shed.

J “Jacks Green” at Nassington Quarry () Octo Military Band – Nassington () Aug Nassington. Denton No1 quarry is off to the right of the wagon, the shed and sidings are a kick back off the line to it. The line in the foreground went to the Harston and Cedar Hill Quarries. Originally owned by Stanton, later Stewarts and Lloyds.

Edited Janu by DaveF. Covers the quarries near Fawler, Kings Sutton, Bloxham to Hook Norton, a bit of Northamptonshire (Byfield and Charwelton), Wroxton, and Warwickshire (Edge Hill and Burton Dassett).

There is a description of each quarry and its history, the kind of mining undertaken, and the railways or trams used. With locomotive rosters (where known).Reviews: 1.

Ironstone is a type of pottery that was created in England in the the 19th century and was originally developed to be a cheaper alternative to porcelain.

Charles James Mason, a British potter, patented ironstone in Mason, Spode, and Hicks and Meigh, were just a few of the names of major ironstone manufacturers during that time.

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The Priest’s House, Easton on the Hill – displays on the mining and use of Collyweston Slate, and early ironstone quarrying 2. Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham – 90 pots created by top Korean potter Lee Kang Hyo. Free admission 3.

Barnsdale Gardens – walks and walks about Roses (Saturday). Normal admission prices 4. 14, West Street is a Grade II listed building in Stamford, Northamptonshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos.

The party were able to see in one part of the quarry, in the top portion of the ironstone, part of a tree trunk about 6 ft. long and 3 ft. in circumference, mostly converted into ironstone, but here and there showing structure. There was not time available to see the Great Oolite limestone quarries farther up the hill.

The Ironstone Quarries of the Midlands Part IV Wellingborough written by Eric Tonks and published in Softback reprint by Book Law £9. We've rounded up the best railway and transport attractions in Easton on the Hill in our quest to discover brilliant family attractions and places to visit near you.

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It is well-exposed in the abandoned ironstone quarries at Easton on the Hill, where the workable ironstone averaged IO ft. and the beds below, "greenish- blue calcareous sandstone apparently containing little iron, but with a deposit of brown ferric oxide in joints and along bedding- planes," " of unproved thickness " [9, p.

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In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN The Ironstone Quarries of the Midlands: Rutland (Pt.7) [Tonks, Eric S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Ironstone Quarries of the Midlands: Rutland (Pt.7)Reviews: 4. ironstone bed (Fig. 2), rather than on the floor of the quarry (Tonks, ). After temporary closure inactivity continued until 14 Februarywhen the last loads of ironstone left the quarry and 91 years of quarrying in the Woolsthorpe area, and all working of the Marlstone Rock, came to an end.

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The conservation park was proclaimed under the National Parks and Wildlife Act in and was constituted to.A wagon railway ran through the field below Hill Farm, crossed the Gayton Road a few yards above a cottage called "The Bays" and ended over the canal opposite Pond Bank (house No.

44 approximately). Ironstone was dropped down the chute into wooden crates in the narrow boats. The crates were then lifted by crane, at a railway siding one mile.