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history of the Ibstock Colliery (private) Railway
Clement Edwin Stretton
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Ibstock Colliery was one of the early sinkings into the concealed part of the Leicestershire coalfield (Eastern Basin). One William Thirlby, a farmer and lace manufacturer of Ibstock Grange, sank shafts in and succeeded in reaching workable coal seams.
Ibstock is a village and civil parish about miles (4 km) south of Coalville in North West Leicestershire, population of the civil parish was 5, at the census increasing to 6, at the census. The village is on the A road between Coalville and Hinckley. The toponym Ibstock could be a derivative of Ibestoche meaning the farmstead or hamlet of Ibba, which is an District: North West Leicestershire.
Ibstock is a large village 15 miles history of the Ibstock Colliery book of Leicester, on the eastern edge of the Leicestershire coalfield. Ibstock’s character changed dramatically in the later 19th century, when the coal deposits beneath Ibstock began to be exploited.
Two collieries were sunk within the parish, in andushering in a period of rapid population growth. This was accompanied by the growth of. Ellistown is a village about 2 miles (3 km) south of Coalville in North West Leicestershire, is named after Colonel Joseph Joel Ellis who died in The population from the census was included in the civil parish of Ellistown and Battleflat.
The village has a community primary school, a filling station and garage, a village shop and a hairdressing parish: Ellistown and Battleflat. Ibstock Kevington: the UK's largest brickwork special shape and masonry fabrication company. A genuine brick innovation that allows architects and specifiers to use real brick slips with a mechanically fixed cladding system.
Ibstock Tradesman: more than a match for the original. Design with size, design with colour, design with Fireborn®. The compiler had just completed this fairly brief history of the Colliery when the Ibstock Historical Society acquired, on loan, a volume of the Directors’ Minutes Book.
Here at Ibstock, we have a variety of literature on hand to showcase our full range of products. Our brochures can either be downloaded directly from the website history of the Ibstock Colliery book selected copies are available to order.
Take a look through our range of literature where you can access our latest Brick Selector and Product Brochures, past editions of Design. CHRONOLOGY - IBSTOCK. First mention of Ibstock (then spelt Ibbestoche) in the Domesday Book. The church of St Denys is said by Pevsner to be mainly 14th century.
Only 29 families in Ibstock. William Laud was made rector of Ibstock, he was inducted to. This pit began producing coal the following year and the village of Shotton Colliery soon started to pit was initially prosperous, but closed on November 3,causing people to leave the village to work at other pits in the area.
Inthe pit reopened and grew rapidly, leading to an increased population in the on: Dh6 2PL Durham, Durham. by the news in that Ibstock colliery was to close. Its impact was lessened by the continuation of the brickworks, and the availability of work at other collieries until Ibstock in the early 21st century is clearly a village, not a town.
Its character was been formed by its history, which it continues to reflect. Ibstock wasted no time setting about strengthening operations after its integration with CRH.
Ibstock sold Caima Ceramic e Servicos, its Portuguese ceramics operations, to Caima's managers at less than book value in early Ibstock had unsuccessfully searched for a. The population grew rapidly as the colliery expanded, and a second colliery (Ellistown) opened within the parish in Both collieries have now closed, but clay extraction continues, and Ibstock is now home to one of the UK's largest brick producers.
Our paperback history of Ibstock is due to be published in Buy The History of the Ibstock Colliery Railway. A paper, etc by Clement Edwin Stretton (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Clement Edwin Stretton.
Ibstock, a village, a township, and a parish in Leicestershire. The village stands near the source of the river Anker, 2 miles SW from Bardon Hill station on the M.R., and 4½ N from Market Bosworth, is well built, contains some good shops, and has a post, money order. Ibstock is situated in the North West of Leicestershire, on the extreme edge of the former small Leicestershire coalfield, some 12 miles from Leicester.
An ancient village, mentioned in the Doomsday Book - the affix stock suggests a Danish settlement. The village grew as deep mining expanded in the area in the late 19th Century. Members of the Warsop Vale Local History Society and other Warsop Vale veterans provided other contributions included in the book.
The book closes with a full copy of the Warsop Vale Electoral Roll. Past Memories of Warsop Vale & Warsop Main Colliery (Book 3) This is the third book about Warsop Vale and its associated colliery.
The Grimethorpe Colliery Band is a brass band, based in Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire, was formed inas a leisure activity for the workers at the colliery, by members of the disbanded Cudworth Colliery Band. It achieved worldwide fame after appearing in the film Brassed Off, and, along with the Black Dyke Mills Band, the band became the first to perform at the tion(s): Brass band.
Desford Colliery was the most southerly of the “deep” collieries in the Eastern Basin of the Leicestershire coalfields. Probably because of the successful discoveries of workable coal seams below the New Red Sandstones at Ibstock and Bagworth during the ’s, efforts were made to find seams further south during the ’s.
In his book Sons and Lovers, published in Maythe colliery is called Beggarlee. In the Modern Library ranked Sons and Lovers as ninth in their Modern Library Best Novels, with people regarding it as his best book.
Beggarlee is also the name of another nearby former nates: 53°02′06″N 1°18′30″W / °N. Hill, Park Bridge, Rocher Colliery Co. (Limited). Hilton House, Westhoughton, Hic-bibi Coal and Cannel Co. (Limited). Hoddlesden, Over Darwin, Joseph Place and Sons.
Ibstock Brick Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of brick and paving products in the United Kingdom and operates manufacturing facilities in the United States and Europe as well. From its modest origins in early nineteenth-century coal mining, Ibstock grew to achieve a prominent and respected position in the brickmaking industry of the late 20th.
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Whitwell Colliery had 20 managers during its life. The first one, Richard Enos Jones, was the longest serving (25 years). From tothe same manager was responsible for both Whitwell and Steetley but in ,Mr H.J. Atkinson left Whitwell Colliery (although retaining his role as Agent to the Shireoaks Colliery Company) to manage.
Peter Haig, trustee, Grimethorpe Colliery Band. Photograph: Gary Calton Barnsley-born Peter Haigh, 70, an administrator for the National Coal Board at the colliery frompoints out the Author: Karen Mcveigh.
In case anyone is interested, I have spent 3 1/2 years researching and writing a book detailing the complete history of Daw Mill Colliery, the last coal mine in Warwickshire, and managed to have it published at the end of June Sherwood Colliery Co., Ltd.
Warning: This is not intended to be an exhaustive history of the company, but an indication of the changes of ownership and the links between companies and directors in those companies.
The company may own other properties etc. and there may have been other changes of ownership etc. for which we currently do not have. The Consett Iron Company opened new coke ovens at Westwood in and made a series of boreholes in the Chopwell district, before beginning full scale mining from two shafts at the northern end of the village.
This transformed Chopwell into a thriving mining community. The village grew with the development of the colliery. The Battlefield Line Railway, The Shackerstone Railway Society Limited, Shackerstone Station, Shackerstone, Leicestershire.
CV13 6NW. United Kingdom. Tel: Coal Mining – a general history – Timeline by Ernest T. Fretwell Two thirds of the national coal output was produced on the banks of the Rivers Tyne and Wear. Total national output was 2, tons Most shafts were 7 to 8 feet in diameter and up to feet in depth.
TheFile Size: KB. The Leicestershire Historian, which is published annually, is the magazine of the Leicestershire Local History Council and is distributed free to members. The Council exists to bring local history to the doorstep of all interested people in Leicester and Leicestershire, to.
COLLIERY, IBSTOCK, LEICESTERSHIRE. HC Deb 20 November vol cc Information, photographs and plans for Ibstock Coal Mine on the mine exploration web site The Throckley brickworks is now owned by Ibstock plc, in the Department of Sociology at the University of Durham and the book is an academic combination of sociology and history but mostly easily readable.
Much of the book deals with his later life and that of his wife in a colliery house in Throckley, a working life influenced by great. Coleorton Village History - as seen through the eyes of the Newspapers. This page book has been structured around newspaper articles on Coleorton between andto which numerous supplementary articles, facts and photographs have been added by the author.
August Century of Stories August sees us remember another four young lads from the area that paid the ultimate sacrifice years ago during the Great War. The first two came from Ellistown and served with the 1/5th Battalion of the Leicestershire Regiment.
Walter Pettitt was born in Horningsea, Cambridgeshire but the family moved to 64 Ibstock Road in Ellistown when Harry found. Firbeck Colliery Memorial Page. likes. Created to remember those that lost their lives at Firbeck Colliery A place to share your memories and celebrate the lives of all Firbeck MinersFollowers: The pit was now known as The Oaks Colliery.
On 12th December at about pm,the Oaks Colliery exploded. It exploded again the next day. This time the fatalities would eventually number and the pits name would be burnt into the history books as the colliery where the greatest loss of life occurred in a English Coal Mine.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Mostyn History Preservation Society.Snibston Colliery’s railway was built, by Robert Stephenson, to connect the colliery with the Leicester to Swannington railway.
In local government, Coalville Urban Sanitary District was created. In local government, Coalville Urban Sanitary District was. Leicester Transport Heritage Trust published a substantial illustrated hardcover book inBrown’s Blue, signed and numbered by the author, Mick .