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Building record MDR10135 - Railway Cottages, Tibshelf Road, Westhouses

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Four brick terraces of Midland Railway origin, named Midland, Allport, Pettifor and Bolden Terraces. James Allport was General Manager of the Midland Railway; Mr Pettifor was the Stores Superintendent at Derby. Midland Terrace was in the course of erection in 1891 and the terraces formed the basis of the railway settlement in this western extremity of Blackwell parish which was developed on the building of the railway depot to serve the collieries on the Blackwell branch in 1891-2. (1)

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  • <1> Bibliographic reference: Fowkes, D. 2000. Derbyshire Industrial Archaeology. Part V. North East Derbyshire. pp 2-3, illust..



Grid reference Centred SK 42280 58418 (91m by 260m)

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Mar 1 2011 11:21AM

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