EPW038066 ENGLAND (1932). Nether Lock on the River Trent, Newark-on-Trent, 1932

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Details

Title [EPW038066] Nether Lock on the River Trent, Newark-on-Trent, 1932
Reference EPW038066
Date May-1932
Link
Place name NEWARK-ON-TRENT
Parish NEWARK
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 480035, 355354
Longitude / Latitude -0.80481169091294, 53.089093876944
National Grid Reference SK800554

Pins

Does anybody know what this was used for?

ainsleylad
Tuesday 13th of March 2018 02:59:52 PM
This would appear (www.railmaponline.com/UKIEMap.php) to be a spur off the network of sidings serving the sugar factory. Presumably it was used to either outload sugar to boats on the river or (less likely) bring in either sugar beet or coal to the factory.

Brightonboy
Tuesday 13th of March 2018 06:58:38 PM
Looks like it could be wagon drops or 'staithes' for transferring coal or some other product from railway wagons to boats.

cidge
Wednesday 25th of July 2018 11:04:21 PM
A "flat crossing", not quite 90 degrees.

John Wass
Wednesday 27th of May 2015 03:11:16 PM
Ex Great Northern railway, part of the East Coast Main Line, London(Kings Cross)to(Edinburgh(Waverley).

John Wass
Wednesday 27th of May 2015 03:10:04 PM
Ex Midland railway, Lincoln to Nottingham line.

John Wass
Wednesday 27th of May 2015 03:07:41 PM