EPW041576 ENGLAND (1933). Trent Bridge and the Turney Bros Ltd Leather Works, Nottingham, 1933

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Title [EPW041576] Trent Bridge and the Turney Bros Ltd Leather Works, Nottingham, 1933
Reference EPW041576
Date June-1933
Link
Place name NOTTINGHAM
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 458089, 338323
Longitude / Latitude -1.1355546562002, 52.938838902451
National Grid Reference SK581383

Pins

F. G. Gartons grocers shop which he made and sold his H.P. Sauce. 236 Arkwright Street. Invented at his home 47 Sandon Street. He sold the recipe & brand for £150 to cancel his debt on the 25th May 1899.

Dave
Saturday 3rd of March 2018 11:58:15 AM
A buttress still there today of the 'Third Trent Bridge.'Known as the 'Horse Bridge' A lightweight construction,it was used by horses to tow barges across the Trent from the Grantham Canal downstream to the entrance of the Nottingham Canal on the other bank.Washed away in a flood in the 1880s. The 'Third' Trent Bridge?...because in the 1870s the new Trent Bridge was constructed next to the old...which was then demolished.So for a few years there were three.

poohdog
Monday 26th of May 2014 01:34:26 PM

Class31
Monday 24th of June 2013 04:09:59 PM

Class31
Monday 24th of June 2013 04:09:01 PM
Nottingham Canal

Class31
Monday 24th of June 2013 04:08:35 PM