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SK3524 : Ticknall tramway bridge, from the north by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway bridge, from the north by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. This... (more)
Tags: Former Mineral TramwayX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   subject:PathX   top:RailwaysX   place:Ticknall   former:TramroadX   former:TramwayX  
SK3524 : Northern branch, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Northern branch, Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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Curving round from the foreground to the hedge between the two buildings. The... (more)
Tags: Former Mineral TramwayX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   subject:PathX   top:RailwaysX   place:Ticknall   former:TramroadX   former:TramwayX  
SK3523 : Ticknall tramway embankment, east of the Lodge by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway embankment, east of the Lodge by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway opened in 1802, to carry lime from Ticknall to the Ashby Canal. This... (more)
SK3523 : Ticknall tramway heading south-west to the Ashby Canal by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway heading south-west to the Ashby Canal by Christine Johnstone
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This 4ft 2ins gauge horse-drawn tramway opened in 1802, to connect the limeyards... (more)
SK3523 : Western portal, tramway tunnel, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Western portal, tramway tunnel, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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This 4ft 2ins gauge horse-drawn tramway opened in 1802, to connect the limeyards... (more)
SK3522 : Entrance to an agricultural field and footpath, Ticknall by Oliver Mills Entrance to an agricultural field and footpath, Ticknall by Oliver Mills
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Located off Staunton Lane, connecting Ticknall with Heath Lane. Just to the... (more)
Tags: place:Calke AbbeyX   subject:CowsX   top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   subject:FieldX   path:FootpathX   subject:GateX   type:GeographX   lane:Heath LaneX   top:PathsX   top:Roads, Road TransportX   place:Ticknall  
SK3523 : Stone blocks on the Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone Stone blocks on the Ticknall tramway by Christine Johnstone
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The 'sleepers' of the tramway. Each stone had a hole drilled in it,... (more)
SK3523 : This way to Ticknall by Christine Johnstone This way to Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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Public footpath near Middle Lodge, with Ticknall church in the distance.
Tags: Calke ParkX   path:FootpathX   type:GeographX   National Trust LandX   subject:PathX   top:PathsX   Public FootpathX   place:Ticknall   Waymarker PostX  
SK3523 : Southern end, Sir Henry Harpur's limeyard, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Southern end, Sir Henry Harpur's limeyard, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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First worked in 1765. There were eight lime kilns at this end of the site, on... (more)
Tags: type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   subject:Lime WorkingsX   former:Limestone QuarryX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   place:Ticknall  
SK3523 : Hart's tongue fern, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone Hart's tongue fern, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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Asplenium scolopendrium on the south side of a Ticknall tramway cutting [opened 1802].
Tags: top:Derelict, DisusedX   Former Mineral TramwayX   type:GeographX   plant:Harts TongueX   plant:Harts-Tongue FernX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   top:RailwaysX   place:Ticknall   former:TramroadX   former:TramwayX  
SK3523 : Ticknall tramway junction, east end of tunnel by Christine Johnstone Ticknall tramway junction, east end of tunnel by Christine Johnstone
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Looking from the northern branch towards the 'main line'. The tramway... (more)
SK3523 : Southern portal, tramway tunnel, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Southern portal, tramway tunnel, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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This 4ft 2ins gauge horse-drawn tramway opened in 1802, to connect the limeyards... (more)
SK3523 : Northern portal, tramway tunnel, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Northern portal, tramway tunnel, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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This 4ft 2ins gauge horse-drawn tramway opened in 1802, to connect the limeyards... (more)
SK3524 : Brickworks, Ticknall by Chris Allen Brickworks, Ticknall by Chris Allen
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A Guide to the Industrial Archaeology of Derbyshire, AIA, 2005, lists this well... (more)
SK3524 : Tramway bridge, Ticknall by Chris Allen Tramway bridge, Ticknall by Chris Allen
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The tramway was built between 1799-1802 and connected with the Ashby Canal at... (more)
Tags: BridgeX   top:CommunicationsX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   place:Ticknall   subject:TramwayX  
SK3522 : An agricultural field near Staunton Lane, Ticknall by Oliver Mills An agricultural field near Staunton Lane, Ticknall by Oliver Mills
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The footpath leads into Calke Abbey.
Tags: place:Calke AbbeyX   subject:CowsX   top:Farm, Fishery, Market GardeningX   subject:FieldX   path:FootpathX   type:GeographX   lane:Heath LaneX   top:PathsX   top:Roads, Road TransportX   place:Ticknall  
SK3523 : Ticknall: bus stop and lock-up by John Sutton Ticknall: bus stop and lock-up by John Sutton
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The octagonal 18th-century lock-up is Grade II* listed. Home comforts included a... (more)
SK3523 : Ticknall: on Main Street by John Sutton Ticknall: on Main Street by John Sutton
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Houses opposite the end of Ingleby Lane, built in a pleasing mixture of sizes... (more)
SK3523 : Ticknall: up Church Lane by John Sutton Ticknall: up Church Lane by John Sutton
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Looking towards the slender spire of the parish church on a fine spring morning.
Tags: place:DerbyshireX   type:GeographX   top:Roads, Road TransportX   season:SpringX   place:Ticknall   top:Village, Rural SettlementX  
SK3524 : Ticknall: the rear of the Harpur Almshouses by John Sutton Ticknall: the rear of the Harpur Almshouses by John Sutton
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This row of Grade II listed almshouses dates from 1772. The picture was taken... (more)
Tags: building type:AlmshousesX   place:DerbyshireX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   top:Housing, DwellingsX   season:SpringX   place:Ticknall   top:Village, Rural SettlementX  
SK3524 : Ticknall: St George by John Sutton Ticknall: St George by John Sutton
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The Victorian church was designed by H I Stevens of Derby. Two fragments of the... (more)
SK3524 : Commonwealth war graves, Ticknall churchyard by Christine Johnstone Commonwealth war graves, Ticknall churchyard by Christine Johnstone
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The white headstone reads "122311 Sergeant / D.A. Marriott / Wireless... (more)
SK3524 : The pleasant grounds of Ticknall village hall by Christine Johnstone The pleasant grounds of Ticknall village hall by Christine Johnstone
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The car park is on the north side of the hall. A footpath heads west through... (more)
Tags: type:GeographX   top:Park and Public GardensX   Park in VillageX   place:Ticknall   Tree BenchX   subject:VillageX  
SK3523 : Gilbert's limeyard, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Gilbert's limeyard, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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Quarried from 1765. One of several in this area.
Tags: top:Derelict, DisusedX   type:GeographX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   place:Ticknall   top:Woodland, ForestX  
SK3423 : The Forge, off Ashby Road, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone The Forge, off Ashby Road, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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Opposite Basford's Hill Farm.
Tags: top:Derelict, DisusedX   former:ForgeX   type:GeographX   place:Ticknall  
SK3524 : Post-industrial landscape, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Post-industrial landscape, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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Sheep graze near the lumps and bumps of lead pits from the 1670s. There were... (more)
SK3523 : A former malthouse, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone A former malthouse, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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Now converted to a house. The lane is part of the National Forest Way.
SK3523 : Electrical substation, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Electrical substation, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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Just off the High Street.
SK3524 : Transport Trust plaque, Ticknall Tramway by Alan Murray-Rust Transport Trust plaque, Ticknall Tramway by Alan Murray-Rust
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Adjacent to the tramway arch on Main Street LinkExternal link
SK3623 : Eastern shore, Dick's Pit, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone Eastern shore, Dick's Pit, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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A flooded limestone quarry.
Tags: Flooded QuarryX   type:GeographX   top:Lakes, Wetland, BogX   subject:Lime WorkingsX   former:Limestone QuarryX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   place:Ticknall  
SK3623 : Dick's Pit, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone Dick's Pit, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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A flooded limestone quarry.
Tags: Flooded QuarryX   type:GeographX   top:Lakes, Wetland, BogX   subject:Lime WorkingsX   former:Limestone QuarryX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   place:Ticknall  
SK3623 : Bridge between two flooded quarries, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone Bridge between two flooded quarries, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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Peacock or Engine Pit this side, Dick's Pit beyond. In Thomas Cope's limeyard.
SK3623 : Hebridean sheep, by Blackwater pit by Christine Johnstone Hebridean sheep, by Blackwater pit by Christine Johnstone
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Used to graze the rough grasses of the Ticknall limeyards.
Tags: type:GeographX   sheep:HebrideanX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   subject:SheepX   place:Ticknall  
SK3623 : The edge of a quarry face, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone The edge of a quarry face, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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Picked out in fallen leaves.
SK3623 : Blackwater pit, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone Blackwater pit, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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Seen from the unquarried boundary between two limeyards. The limestone was... (more)
Tags: Flooded QuarryX   type:GeographX   subject:Lime WorkingsX   former:Limestone QuarryX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   top:Quarrying, MiningX   place:Ticknall  
SK3523 : Bridge over the tramway, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone Bridge over the tramway, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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Carrying a track heading south towards Margarets Close.
Tags: subject:BridgeX   type:GeographX   top:Historic Sites and ArtefactsX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   place:Ticknall   bridge:Track Over TramwayX  
SK3523 : Boundary between two Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone Boundary between two Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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The 'cliff' marks the boundary between Richard Gilbert's limeyard... (more)
SK3523 : Path into Richard Gilbert's limeyard, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Path into Richard Gilbert's limeyard, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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One of five 'allotments' developed when the land was enclosed in 1765.... (more)
Tags: type:GeographX   former:Limestone QuarryX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   subject:PathX   top:PathsX   Post Industrial LandscapeX   place:Ticknall  
SK3523 : The Wheel Inn, tinned up by Christine Johnstone The Wheel Inn, tinned up by Christine Johnstone
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November 2020 and the lease of one of Ticknall's three pubs is being advertised.
SK3523 : Ticknall water tap, north side, Main Street by Christine Johnstone Ticknall water tap, north side, Main Street by Christine Johnstone
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Almost opposite the Wheel Inn. One of 21 public water taps installed in the... (more)
SK3524 : Ticknall water tap, south side, Main Street by Christine Johnstone Ticknall water tap, south side, Main Street by Christine Johnstone
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One of 21 public water taps installed in the village in 1914. Water pumped up... (more)
SK3524 : Ticknall water tap and water pump, Main Street by Christine Johnstone Ticknall water tap and water pump, Main Street by Christine Johnstone
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On the south side, near Lime Kiln Farm. Twenty one public water taps were... (more)
SK3624 : Ticknall water tap, Melbourne Lane by Christine Johnstone Ticknall water tap, Melbourne Lane by Christine Johnstone
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The eastern-most of 21 public water taps installed in the village in 1914. Water... (more)
SK3623 : Peacock or Engine Pit, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone Peacock or Engine Pit, Ticknall limeyards by Christine Johnstone
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A flooded limestone quarry.
Tags: Flooded QuarryX   type:GeographX   top:Lakes, Wetland, BogX   former:Limestone QuarryX   National Trust SiteX   subject:PoolX   place:Ticknall  
SK3623 : Tramway passing between two limeyards, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Tramway passing between two limeyards, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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The limeyards opened in 1765, the tramway in 1802. The 'cliff' of... (more)
SK3523 : Footbridge over a restored lime kiln by Christine Johnstone Footbridge over a restored lime kiln by Christine Johnstone
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In Sir Henry Harpur's limeyard, Ticknall.
SK3523 : Tramway bridge and restored lime kiln, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Tramway bridge and restored lime kiln, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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In Sir Henry Harpur's limeyard.
SK3523 : Restored lime kiln, Sir Henry Harpur's limeyard, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Restored lime kiln, Sir Henry Harpur's limeyard, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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One of 13 in this limeyard, most of which are not restored.
SK3523 : Boundary between two limeyards, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone Boundary between two limeyards, Ticknall by Christine Johnstone
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The 'cliff' marks the boundary between Gilbert's limeyard and Sir... (more)
Tags: top:Boundary, BarrierX   type:GeographX   former:Limestone QuarryX   former:LimeyardX   National Trust SiteX   top:Quarrying, MiningX   place:Ticknall  
SK3523 : Branch of the Ticknall tramway, north of the junction by Christine Johnstone Branch of the Ticknall tramway, north of the junction by Christine Johnstone
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The tramway is on the higher ground, just to the left/west of the leaf-filled path.
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