The Significance and Social Impact of Quarrying in Shropshire in the 19th and 20th Centuries

He suggests that with the passing of steam and closure of many branch lines that
the railway had lost its appeal. ... good for developing industries, but what is not
mentioned is the location of quarries in the landscape practically in Shropshire.

The Significance and Social Impact of Quarrying in Shropshire in the 19th and 20th Centuries

Author: Robert S. Galloway

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 1527536165

Page: 354

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Quarrying is one of the oldest industries known to man, as, from early times, people have been making items from stone. However, the quarrying industry is only briefly mentioned in most archaeological and historical records, with some books only giving a passing account of this activity. This book alters this and provides an in-depth analysis of this important industry, not only with regards to Shropshire, but the whole country. Many structures in Shropshire and various parts of the country are constructed from stone quarried from this large county. This book shows that quarries are not just holes or scars on the landscape, highlighting the machinery used in extracting and processing the quarried minerals.

The Victoria History of Shropshire

Castlefields Way , opened 1978 , had a railway built from Little Wenlock to take
ran north from Parkway to Southall , in Dawley . their coal and ironstone to ...
Telford Street Plan ( 1980 ) ; Shropshire Star , 29 May , 3 June 3 S.R.O. 1224 ,
box 256 , deed of 1728 . ... 9 98 in 1857 and closed north of Tweedale basin in
1858.

The Victoria History of Shropshire

Author: William Page

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The Law Journal Reports

( H.L. ) , Q.B. There is also another ground on which 1854 , which was standing in
the name of the judgment now in appealought to be sus George Holyoake . ...
that stock as trustee for the Shropshire Eastern Railway Company ( 14 ) , and
there Union Railways and Canal Company . ... which the amount she has lost by
reason of the time he has held the stock " as trustee in representation or
declaration ...

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Shropshire

The most striking feature of Coal About 5 miles ( 8 km ) east of Ludlow , and
brookdale is its compactness , with workers ' lying ... and the ruined Tar Tunnel ,
page 82 ; China Museum , page workings further up the hill are a sad re82 .
minder of lost prosperity . ... Arms is unique in Shropshire as the only Church of St
Peter , page 61 . town to have been created entirely as a result of railway
development .

Shropshire

Author: Lawrence Garner

Publisher: Bloomsbury Shire Publications

ISBN: 9780747802020

Page: 96

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The Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Railway

Eric S. Tonks. of laughing fellows : the even greater consternation of the
fisherman who was all but decapitated when he ... the foregoing period many
small sources of freight revenue had been lost by the railway ; by the middle
thirties nothing ...

The Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Railway

Author: Eric S. Tonks

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Shropshire

your Majesty must dispense with , for if you , sire , with a violent hand take our
pittance from us , how is it possible that we ... The old bridge built for the monks
over the Severn , mentioned as being lost to the king ' in the • Perfect
Occurrences of ... Those who can reach Buildwas by the first train from
Shrewsbury may walk to Leighton and Eaton Constantine , and rejoining the
railway at Cressage , return to ...

Shropshire

Author: Augustus John Cuthbert Hare

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Page: 340

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Herapath s Railway Journal

It is needless to observe , that the labour of Glocester and Birmingham and
Gloucester Railways , beBandon and Bantry , London ... We really should have
expected vester ) says , a relative having lost a ticket on this something better
from Mr. Learmonth , or any line ... -I hold a number of shares in the Staftary's
books , although I have given you all my fordshire and Shropshire Junction
Railway , office , 41 ...

Herapath s Railway Journal

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Railways of Shropshire

Despite the Company ' s invariably impoverished state , there was only one
fatality during the ' Potts ' erratic history . ... so Munslow got off his footplate and
opened the gate himself , only to be run over by his own train , having forgotten to
put ...

Railways of Shropshire

Author: Richard K. Morriss

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Reports from Commissioners

That section , the joint station f the joint properti ch Mr . B saingham Railway have
no legal forwsbury and Birm appointed , threa similor of their les ... of which was
made at the joint expense of the Shrewsbury and Birmingham and Shropshire
Union Companies , and is managed by a joint committee of those ... We trust that
the facts being brought forward , the spirit and intent of them will not be lost sight
of .

Reports from Commissioners

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

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Report s of the Royal Commission Appointed to Enquire Into and to Report on the Canals and Inland Navigations of the United Kingdom

Can you say how the fly - boats on the Shropshire Canal , for instancc — are shut
at night . They shut them ... -Oh , yes . boat is faster than the train ; there is no time
lost in making up trucks into a train at the start , or shunting or 4141. On the ...

Report s  of the Royal Commission Appointed to Enquire Into and to Report on the Canals and Inland Navigations of the United Kingdom

Author: Great Britain. Royal Commission on Canals and Waterways

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The Place names of Shropshire

The ' holy spring ' ( v . hālig , well ) is said by Hobbs to have been in the bank
above the railway bridge . ... MERIVALE ( lost ) : Murival 1304 MGS ( p ) ,
Muryvale 1385 , 1406 , 1416 SRO 3365 / 796 , 815 , 826 , Meryvale 1445 – 6
SAC 53 ...

The Place names of Shropshire

Author: Margaret Gelling

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Salopian Shreds and Patches

I cannot find anyone who has heard of the Dame ; but there is a spring in a field
adjoining the Severn , between the Joint Railways embankment and that ... It is
surprising that “ A SALOPIAN ANTIQUARY " should be ignorant that Hotspur
realised the misfortane of losing his sword ... Another form of the saying given in
the same pablication as a South Staffordsbire one , is found on the Welsh
Borders of Shropshire . ... make it clear that the incised band was visible on the
now lost board .

Salopian Shreds and Patches

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Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the Iowa State Agricultural Society for the Year

A few lost by cholera . ... Shropshire are being introduced as good sheep for wool
. ... is slightly north of the center of county , having the Iowa Central , St. Paul &
Kansas City and Belmond branch Railways ... Sheep - B . S. Brown , Shropshire
and Cotswold ; besides many others , who in all classes had fine exhibits which ...

Annual Report of the Board of Directors of the Iowa State Agricultural Society for the Year

Author: Iowa State Agricultural Society

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A Digest of Railway Decisions

Comprising All Reported American Cases in which a Railway Company is a
Party, and All Other Cases in which Railway Law is ... under a by - law in relation
the right to an action at law was gone , the to lost certificates , such transfer will
not right to a suit in equity still ... Shropshire Un1876 . ion Railways and Canal Co
. v .

A Digest of Railway Decisions

Author: John Fletcher Lacey

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The Road of Danger Guilt and Shame

In London streets the Shropshire name ; On banks of Thames they must not say
Severn breeds worse men than they ; And friends ... elevation in Shropshire , and
Abdon Burf , the highest part of Brown Clee Hill , the “ standing hills , ” drop
behind and are lost , together with the " falling streams ” ( “ Teme and Corve and
Severn " ) as the train moves toward London ( Franklin , “ Housman ' s Shropshire
” ) .

The Road of Danger  Guilt  and Shame

Author: Carol Efrati

Publisher: Associated University Presse

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Page: 370

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The commentaries of other critics are taken into account, but the author also presents her own explications based on her close reading and wide knowledge of literature."--BOOK JACKET.