EPW013132 ENGLAND (1925). The Exide Battery Works, Clifton Junction, 1925. This image has been produced from a print.

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Pennawd [EPW013132] The Exide Battery Works, Clifton Junction, 1925. This image has been produced from a print.
Cyfeirnod EPW013132
Dyddiad 5-June-1925
Dolen
Enw lle CLIFTON JUNCTION
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 379110, 403278
Hydred / Lledred -2.3151485191448, 53.525504078793
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SD791033

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chloride cricket ground

carl lingard
Monday 19th of August 2019 07:53:43 PM
River Irwell

John W
Tuesday 2nd of May 2017 08:29:20 PM
Railway line from Clifton Junction northwards through Radcliffe Bridge to join the line into Bury. Closed 1958 - see http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/r/radcliffe_bridge/index.shtml for more information on the history of this line.

John W
Tuesday 2nd of May 2017 08:28:53 PM
Railway between Bolton and Salford, still in use.

John W
Tuesday 2nd of May 2017 08:19:31 PM
Clifton aqueduct carrying the main line of the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal across the River Irwell. The canal was opened in 1796, but closed after a breach in 1936. Some lengths remain in water, and there are proposals to restore the canal.

John W
Tuesday 2nd of May 2017 08:18:14 PM
The spur from Fletcher's Canal has long been infilled. At around this point a roadway passes which carries lorries to the tile company. I visited this site in 2016 when researching the Botany Bay Colliery. It was reported by security personnel at the company gate that recently the road had collapsed, it was thought into a cellar! The road has been repaired by a reinforced concrete slab, Following the line of the canal to the railway bridge it can be seen that the bridge has been infilled with dressed stone. At this point the canal spur entered the workings of the Botany Bay Colliery where coal was loaded onto barges. Records of the colliery and others were destroyed by war bombing and then by fire! In some research it has been said that there is an underground canal system from Botany Bay colliery, passing through Robin Hood, Wet Earth, Spindle Point Colliery workings and beyond! If only the locals new what lay under their feet the amazing industrial heritage, and conditions that colliers worked. If anyone has any information please share!

coops
Monday 1st of May 2017 09:20:12 PM
Pack Saddle bridge Was demolished on Health and Safety grounds. What a waste!

coops
Monday 1st of May 2017 07:28:01 PM
This is a spur from Fletcher's Canal. This lead into the Botany Bay Colliery. This spur past under the railway. Fletcher's Canal ran from the Wet Earth Colliery and joined the Main canal at the Clifton aqueduct.

coops
Thursday 22nd of October 2015 09:10:35 AM