Nutbrook Canal - Stanton Ironworks - Captain Ahab's Watery
May 22, 2016· Stanton Ironworks and the Nutbrook canal were inextricably linked from the outset, the canal feeding the ironworks with its raw materials of coal, ironstone, limestone and water. The works also stood on its junction with the Erewash Canal which offered further supplies of raw materials from the Pinxton area and of course a route for the heavy
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When the railroad came through this area, a spur line was constructed to the quarry. At the height of the limestone operation, the quarry employed approximately 50 men. the house became the centerpiece of Union Forge Ironworks, later named Taylor-Wharton. Five generations of Taylors lived in the house, until 1938. Stanton 08885, 908/236
Rocks By Rail - The Living Ironstone Museum - History
Dec 24, 2016· 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 Companys furnaces at Stanton by Dale
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The furnaces are situated at the base of the hill, and so far below the entrance to the mines and ore beds, and limestone quarry, which require no effort to drain them, that the cars with these materials may be brought to the mouth of the furnaces by gravity; and the rolling mill is still lower than the furnaces, so that the "pigs" may be taken
Ilkeston & District Local History Society: Heritage:
The canal was built to carry coal from the Shipley collieries to the Erewash Canal at Stanton. The canal was surveyed by William Jessop and the engineer was Benjamin Outram. Most of the waterway was abandoned for transport use by 1950, but proved a viable source of water for cooling on the Stanton Ironworks
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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,  and from there the ore was transported by rail to their
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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QUARRY OR COMPANY COUNTY %CaCO3 Spring 2009 Agricultural Limestone Test Results Page 1 of 7. QUARRY OR COMPANY COUNTY %CaCO3 Stanton, KY ID# = 67 (not tested) Hanson Aggreagtes Midwest/ Laurel Quarry Pulaski Somerset, KY ID# = 102 93 76 29 49 Spring
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16 Limestone quarries, Skegby West of Skegby church U - mod Limestone quarry 449100 361000 17 Sewage works, Skegby West of Healdswood by 1917 Sewage works 448400 361120 18 Old quarry, Skegby Back Lane, Skegby pre 1918 Limestone quarry 449900 360990 19 Spring Wood Cottages field to west of Stanton Hill by 1918 House 447380 360560
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Thistleton Iron Mine - UK Mining Remains
The mines were started in 1895 as quarries by Holwell Iron Co Ltd, becoming Stanton Ironworks Co Ltd from Jan 1918. Finally Stewarts and Lloyds Minerals from ist Jan 1950. The Stanton Co became aware of vast Ironstone reserves below the local Limestone at Sth Witham. In 1944 an adit was driven from the limestone quarry at 1 in 25 decline.
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Aug 15, 2013· The Harlaxton ironstone quarries were the last to be developed for the extraction of ironstone from the long escarpment which stretches from near Melton Mowbray right through to Scunthorpe. An agreement was reached between the Stanton Ironworks Company and Mr Pearson-Gregory of Harlaxton Manor in 1922, extraction not to commence before 1932
Former workings in Jurassic ironstone near Grantham
Analyses made in 1940 by the Stanton Ironworks Company showed the ironstone here to be a relatively high-grade ore with an iron content, when dry, of 36.62 to 38.4%, and with 13.65 to 14.2% silica and 2.0 to 3.6% lime.
Andrew Barclay, Kilmarnock - Locomotive Works Lists
2138 29.12.41 0-6-0ST OC 14x22 35 Std Stanton Ironworks Co Ltd, near Nottingham for Glendon North Quarries, Northants SWORDFISH 2139 6.2.42 0-4-0ST OC 14x22 35 Std Stanton Ironworks Co Ltd, near Nottingham for Harlaxton Quarries, Lincs SALMON 2140 1.9.42 0-4-0ST OC 15x22 35 Std Stanton Ironworks Co Ltd, near Nottingham for Buckminster
Nutbrook Canal - Wikipedia
The Nutbrook Canal was a canal in England which ran between Shipley in Derbyshire and the Erewash Canal, joining it near Trowell.It was built to serve the collieries at Shipley and West Hallam, and was completed in 1796. It was initially profitable, but from 1846 faced competition from the railways, and more seriously, subsidence caused by the coal mines that it was built to serve.
Wildlife value and future outlook for open mosaic habitats
Jun 06, 2018· Surveys of sites near Stanton Ironworks and Friargate Station in Derby by local entomologists have identified rare craneflies, bugs and beetles. Certainly in the limestone quarries
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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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You Are Here - North Quarry Nature Reserve - Holwell
Aug 15, 2018· The Stanton Ironworks Company worked the area for ironstone from 1943 to 1963. The road way was laid to allow lorries to carry the ore from the quarry down to the railway. Once working ceased, most of the quarry was filled in and returned to agriculture. The only remaining exposed face now forms the reserve.
Stanton Iron-works, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, September 2020
Mar 08, 2021· 1. The History Stanton Ironworks was once Ilkestons largest manufacturing concern and consequently the towns biggest employer of local labour in the area. The Stanton and Staveley group were also part of the British Steel Corporation and at its peak provided 7,00 jobs. Iron production dates
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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.
Kettering field meeting: June 7th10th, 1946 - ScienceDirect
En route the party was met by Mr. J. N. Morley, Mine and Quarry Manager for the WeUingborough Iron Co. (Stanton Ironworks Ltd.), who, at the main entrance of the Thingdon Mine, gave an account of the methods of underground working and subsequently of the opencast working at the Welling- borough No. 5 Quarry next visited.
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Rutlands Ironstone Quarries at War - Rocks by RailRocks
May 08, 2020· Prior to the outbreak of war in 1939 Rutland had four operational ironstone quarries located at Pilton ( Staveley Coal and Iron Co) , Cottesmore (Appleby Frodingham), Burley (Dorman Long & Co) and Market Overton (Stanton Ironworks Co) producing a total of 609,000 tons of ironstone for the distant ironworks at Chesterfield, Scunthorpe
Andrew Barclay Works No 2138 Swordfish 0-6-0ST Preserved
On 1st January 1950 ownership passed to Stewarts and Lloyd, when they brought the quarries from Stanton ironworks. From new the locomotive was deployed at Glendon North Quarry where it remained until April 1957 when it was loaned to Glendon East Quarry for about seven months. It then returned to Glendon North and was put into storage.
Stanton Ironworks plan for 2,000 homes withdrawn - BBC News
Jul 29, 2015· The future of Stanton Ironworks in Derbyshire has been discussed since it closed in 2007. Temporary road closures in Derbyshire village near Darlton Quarry. External Buxton Today.
Thistleton Iron Mine information and photos
The mines were started in 1895 as quarries by Holwell Iron Co Ltd, becoming Stanton ironworks co Ltd from Jan 1918. Finally Stewarts and Lloyds Minerals from ist Jan 1950. Limestone was also mined in the quarries at South Witham. Stantons became aware of vast Sand Ironstone reserves below the local Limestone at Sth Witham.
The Manufacture of Stanton Pig Iron MACE Archive
The film begins with shots of a Stanton Ironworks' foundry over which the commentary explains that the company is the largest producer of pig iron in Britain. It then goes on to explain the importance of the raw materials to the process of producing pig iron. Next is the extraction of limestone and we see work conducted in a quarry and then
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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.
KGS--Douglas County Geohydrology--Lansing and Pedee Groups
Stoner Limestone member--The Stoner Limestone member is the thickest and most persistent bench-forming member of the Stanton. It has a thickness of 15 to 17 feet in outcrops, and quarries in the Eudora vicinity (Pl. 4A). It is light-bluish-gray, wavy-bedded limestone containing numerous thin
Industry & Trade - visitblaenavon.co.uk
Pwll-Du is a limestone quarry, which was sopened around 1819 in response to the increased need for limestone from Blaenavon Ironworks. Limestone is one of the most important raw materials for the iron industry. One of the most important features at Pwll-Du is a water balance lift, which raised wagons full of limestone from the quarry floor to
Northern Rhymney Valley, its Industrial Archaeology and
The extensive limestone quarries at Twynau Gwynion were originally connected to Dowlais Ironworks until 1825 when Morlais East quarries became that ironworks main source of limestone. The Bute Ironworks took over these quarries and the Rhymney Limestone Railway was opened.
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Butterley Ironworks Trust. 852 likes · 114 talking about this. The Butterley Ironworks Trusts Tunnel Vision The Butterley Company began life in 1790 as Outram & Co. The founder was a young 26