EPW016204 ENGLAND (1926). The Ruston and Hornsby Engineering Works and Sheaf Iron Works, Lincoln, 1926

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Details

Title [EPW016204] The Ruston and Hornsby Engineering Works and Sheaf Iron Works, Lincoln, 1926
Reference EPW016204
Date July-1926
Link
Place name LINCOLN
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 498057, 370987
Longitude / Latitude -0.53098153015045, 53.226582014399
National Grid Reference SK981710

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Ian
Wednesday 4th of September 2013 09:22:33 PM

Ian
Wednesday 4th of September 2013 09:11:10 PM

Ian
Wednesday 4th of September 2013 09:00:43 PM
Oddly this side entrance was called Main Gate.

Hudson
Friday 18th of December 2015 09:59:41 PM
Globe Engineering Works

MB
Friday 10th of May 2013 05:24:08 PM
Crank and Forge Works

MB
Friday 10th of May 2013 05:23:22 PM

MB
Friday 10th of May 2013 05:20:54 PM
Rather old short-wheelbase rolling stock - possibly 6-wheelers rather than bogie coaches

MB
Friday 10th of May 2013 05:20:35 PM
Possibly the administrative headquarters of Ruston and Hornsby. Has this survived as Ruston House?

MB
Friday 10th of May 2013 05:19:29 PM
This is not Ruston House. This is the three storey block erected in the First World War as a light machine shop. The brackets for the pulleys where in place until at least the 1980s.

Hudson
Friday 18th of December 2015 09:58:33 PM
Engine shed. Originally built for the Great Central or its predecessor, the Manchester, Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway. A satellite view indicates the building has survived and is in use as a distribution depot

MB
Friday 10th of May 2013 05:18:14 PM
Signalbox by junction

MB
Friday 10th of May 2013 05:15:15 PM
Level crossing with lines leading into Lincoln railway station, out of shot to the right

MB
Friday 10th of May 2013 05:14:03 PM
A 4-6-0 locomotive. Defined by the wheel splashers. Probably an ex-Great Central type as the locomotive depot here is ex-Great Central

MB
Friday 10th of May 2013 05:12:47 PM