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Sections of Elsecar colliery, the property of Earl Fitzwilliam, 1793 Featured Print

Sections of Elsecar colliery, the property of Earl Fitzwilliam, 1793

From an original at Sheffield Libraries: arc03411.

By Joshua Biram.

Scale 20 yards : 1 inch.

The sections are coloured and the strata described in a schedule. On the surface of each section the surface workings are depicted in charming pictorial scenes.

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Barnsley, Coal Mining, Collieries, Elsecar, Elsecar Colliery, Joseph Biram, South Yorkshire

View over Wincobank and Brightside, Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1940s - 1950s Featured Print

View over Wincobank and Brightside, Sheffield, Yorkshire, 1940s - 1950s

From (right) Jenkin Road showing (foreground, left of gas lamp) Tipton Street (left) St. Margaret's C.of E. Church, Brightside and (background) English Steel Corporation's River Don Works, Brightside Lane.
From an original at Sheffield Local Studies library: s43500

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Brightside, English Steel Corporation, Gas Lamps, Jenkin Road, Panoramic Views, River Don Works, Sheffield, St Margaret, Steel, Tipton Street, Yorkshire

Plan of part of the townships of Sheffield and Nether Hallam, Sheffield, c.1826 Featured Print

Plan of part of the townships of Sheffield and Nether Hallam, Sheffield, c.1826

Full title: Plan of part of the townships of Sheffield and Nether Hallam which is in dispute.

Includes John Addy’s house, Lidgate Field, Shales Moor Close, White House Lane or Walkley Road, Penistone Turnpike Road, old road from Owlerton to Sheffield, Green lane, Cleakham [Cleakum Inn], Morton Wheel and Morton Wheel Dam, River Dun and Bacon’s Island, waterworks, poor house, Bellefield House, Daniel hill, infirmary, Philadelphia, West Dun, Hillsborough Barracks, Bowling Green, a tavern [possibley the Cambridge public house], St Philips Church, Globe Works, Roscoe Place, Hoyle Street, Dun Street, Moor Fields, Green Lane, etc.

Dimensions: approx. 69 x 49 cm.

From an original at Sheffield Libraries: arc03896.

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