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    Springfield Mill was the first paper mill to operate solely on steam Read official list description Download the Steam Power Teacher s Kit to find out more Add to My Favourites Tim Belcher Source English Heritage NMR 25 Church Lane Melksham Wiltshire This building from the late 1700s was a wool drying house It was known as the Round House and has also been used as an ammunition store Read official list description Add to My Favourites Ms Patricia Layhe ARPS Source English Heritage NMR Regency Mill Macclesfield Cheshire This former silk mill was built in 1820 It has since been a card factory and a joinery works The mill is an interesting example of an integrated site which included silk manufacture and throwing weaving and dyeing Read official list description Add to My Favourites Mr Peter Holt FRPS Source English Heritage NMR Stocking Frame Knitters Workshop Town Street Holbrook Derbyshire This Stocking Frame Knitters Workshop is at the back of 2 houses The outbuilding with its stocking workshop above is now part of a shop It was built in the 18th century and extended upwards in the 19th century Frame work knitting was an industry that started off as a cottage industry in houses or workshops like this and then moved into factories where textiles were made on a larger scale by machines that were driven by engines In some areas a tradition of out working continued where the factories would deliver part made goods to houses or small workshops for finishing off Read official list description Add to My Favourites Mr Brian Pearce FRPS Source English Heritage NMR The Arkwright Houses Cromford Derbyshire This row of eleven houses was built in 1776 7 by Richard Arkwright to house his textile workers They are the first of the workers houses erected by Arkwright They provided accommodation for the workers at his new Cromford Mill They are important because they also provided workshop space on the second floor to allow home working Cromford was built by Arkwright as a model settlement It had a church chapels school shops and public houses The houses now belong to the Landmark Trust Read official list description Add to My Favourites Mr Andrew Cooper Source English Heritage NMR Lace and shawl factory Beeston Nottinghamshire This building was part of a lace and shawl factory including the printing room waiting room and gateway It was built in stages from 1886 1893 It was built by J Huckerby for F Wilkinson Francis or Frank Wilkinson 1846 1897 pioneered the making of shawls on machines The shawl trade had already been established for around 20 years when he moved here However his fine textiles won such a reputation for novelty and elegance that he was able to prosper in Britain and overseas Read official list description Add to My Favourites Mr John Lewis Source English Heritage NMR 106 112 Nottingham Road Stapleford Nottinghamshire These houses were built in the early 1800s They were originally 4 lace makers

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    England PastScape NMR ViewFinder St Pancras Hotel or Midland Grand Hotel Camden London click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites St Pancras Hotel was built to the Italianate Gothic designs of Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1868 74 St Pancras Station is also visible stretching from right to left behind the hotel Copyright Reproduced by permission of English Heritage NMR

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    authority for it was obtained in 1895 but the main period of building was 1897 99 The extensive site entered from Watson Street Deansgate and Great Bridgewater Street consisted of a combined warehouse and goods station There were associated high and low level marshalling yards and a carriage ramp for hauliers access There were GNR offices on Peter Street and a development of 34 shops with offices and warehouses above

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    Hull and Selby Railway was designed by G T Andrews in Italianate style and opened in 1846 It was extended to the designs of William Bell between 1903 and 1904 To the South West is a separate platform and L shaped building which served immigrants travelling from Europe to America via Liverpool it was known as the Immigrant Station The hotel next to the station was built in 1849 and

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    Add to My Favourites This aerial view shows the GWR railway line coming in to St James station The station was built in 1894 St Georges Road is in the foreground St Gregory s Roman Catholic church is on the right The Catholic School of Saint Gregory The Great is just above the railway lines next to the sidings for a coal merchant The railway turntable was directly alongside the

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    to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Workmen standing on the tracks in front of the iron bridge on the Great Western Railway with the station visible behind In 1864 Uffington became a junction as the Faringdon Railway opened between there and the town of Faringdon In 1886 the GWR took over the Faringdon Railway In 1951 British Railways withdrew passenger services from the Faringdon Railway In 1964 BR closed

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    Glossary HE Archive HE Images Historic England Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Road End Adit Honister Slate Mine Buttermere Cumbria click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Mines and quarries were the first sites to use railways The railway runs from the mine entrance to the tipping point Copyright Copyright Crown copyright NMR Reference AA97 04762 Location

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    ViewFinder Constructing Akeman Street Station Buckinghamshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites The line between Grendon Underwood and Princes Risborough was authorised in 1899 and opened in 1906 This picture from 1905 shows the work in progress on the station which was one of two small halts on the line between Ashendon and Grendon Underwood the other was Wotton

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