EPW037064 ENGLAND (1931). The Chloride Electrical Storage Works and the Clifton Viaduct, Clifton Junction, 1931

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Details

Title [EPW037064] The Chloride Electrical Storage Works and the Clifton Viaduct, Clifton Junction, 1931
Reference EPW037064
Date October-1931
Link
Place name CLIFTON JUNCTION
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 379153, 403241
Longitude / Latitude -2.3144973640977, 53.525173183052
National Grid Reference SD792032

Pins

Molyneux Brow station, closed 1931. http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/m/molyneux_brow/index.shtml

Paul Williams
Monday 28th of December 2020 04:30:45 PM
These gantries carried power cables from the LYR power station just south of Clifton Junction station, to a substation at Radcliffe.

Paul Williams
Monday 28th of December 2020 04:27:06 PM
Gantries on the viaduct for electrification project?

John Wass
Tuesday 9th of December 2014 08:49:30 PM
Kingfisher lodge

boltie
Sunday 19th of January 2014 02:13:05 PM
Phillips Park House,There are not many pictures of this once magnificent building,finding this is a bonus.The tropical plant house that still remains is also visible to the left, unfortunately this is now pretty derelict despite the council spending £250,000 restoring it a few years back

boltie
Monday 16th of December 2013 07:42:45 PM
Another wagon with two containers in this siding very close to the houses. The Chloride Works does not seem to have a railway connection so did the company receive/dispatch goods in containers? ... Or was there some other local industrial that did this.

Maurice
Monday 18th of February 2013 04:10:33 PM
Wagon with two different sized containers - one closed round roof box and one an open container.

Maurice
Monday 18th of February 2013 08:53:39 AM
What appears to be a caterpillar tracked crane, marked LMS, stands in this congested goods yard. There seems to be an above average number of wagons with containers on them, which may be the requirement for the mobile crane. There is a wide range of private owner and company open wagons.

Maurice
Monday 18th of February 2013 08:52:12 AM
Canal aqueduct

MB
Sunday 17th of February 2013 09:11:49 PM