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    • City of Leicester City Development Plan (1952): Written analysis (pt 7)

    • Beckett, John L.;
    • Part Seven - Industry. A 48 page extract from a 191 page written analysis of Leicester's City Development Plan in 1952. Includes information on Leicester's principal industries from 1670 to date; Employment in the industries by type of industry,...
    • Industry; Industrialization; Employment; housing; Factories; Buildings; Working Environment; Occupations; Manufacturing; Hosiery industry; Shoe industry; Knitting industry; WWII; Markets; Land reform; Land use; Planning; City planning;
    • Corah of Leicester: Factory Life (pdf)

    • Bird, Terese;
    • This learning resource details the various factes of life at N. Corah and Sons factor, detailing the historical context, fashions they were involved in, the technology they used, the structure of the building, their social events and systems, plus...
    • Factories; Social & civic facilities; Knitwear;
    • Corah of Leicester: Factory Life (pps)

    • Bird, Terese;
    • This learning resource details the various factes of life at N. Corah and Sons factor, detailing the historical context, fashions they were involved in, the technology they used, the structure of the building, their social events and systems, plus...
    • Factories; Social & civic facilities; Knitwear;
    • Corah: Profit - not without honour

    • Judd, Walter; Mike Conrad Design Associates Limited
    • 54 page printed booklet. Leicestershire Museums Publication No. 108
    • N. Corah & Sons Ltd;
    • Corah's of Leicester

    • Webb, C. W.
    • An historical account of N. Corah & Sons Ltd. from the birth of Nathaniel Corah in 1777 to circa 1946.
    • Textile industry; Factories;
    • Donisthorpe - Friars Mill Timeline (pdf)

    • Bird, Terese;
    • A clickable and interactive timeline of the key dates of the Donisthorpe Friars Mill building, from 1220 through 2012.
    • Industrialization; Industry; Building construction; Building deterioration; Buildings; Preservation; Conservation & restoration; Computers; Dyeing;
    • Donisthorpe - Friars Mill Timeline (pps)

    • Bird, Terese;
    • A clickable and interactive timeline of the key dates of the Donisthorpe Friars Mill building, from 1220 through 2012.
    • Industrialization; Industry; Building construction; Building deterioration; Buildings; Preservation; Conservation & restoration; Computers; Dyeing;
    • Excursions

    • Fry, William
    • Manuscript accounts of excursions by William Fry (1763-1849) from London to Canterbury and Margate 1826, Leicestershire and Staffordshire 1827, Loughborough and Liverpool 1828, and Leicestershire 1829. Illustrated with contemporary printed...
    • Travel;
    • Glenfield Tunnel during reinforcement project 2007-8

    • Bickerdike, Graeme
    • Glenfield Tunnel: concrete strips reinforce the original 1830 brickwork of this tunnel designed by Robert Stephenson for the Leicester & Swannington Railway. The tunnel runs for a dead-straight mile from the New Parks area of Leicester to...
    • Railway tunnel
    • Glenfield Tunnel during reinforcement project 2007-8

    • Bickerdike, Graeme
    • Glenfield Tunnel: concrete strips reinforce the original 1830 brickwork of this tunnel designed by Robert Stephenson for the Leicester & Swannington Railway. The tunnel runs for a dead-straight mile from the New Parks area of Leicester to...
    • Railway tunnel
    • Glenfield Tunnel showing concrete reinforcements added in 2007/8.

    • Drury, Keith
    • Glenfield Tunnel: concrete strips reinforce the original 1830 brickwork of this tunnel designed by Robert Stephenson for the Leicester & Swannington Railway. The tunnel runs for a dead-straight mile from the New Parks area of Leicester to...
    • Railway tunnel
    • Glenfield Tunnel showing wall blocking eastern portal

    • Bickerdike, Graeme
    • Glenfield Tunnel: the eastern end of this tunnel designed by Robert Stephenson for the Leicester & Swannington Railway has been blocked off and the cutting beyond infilled. Only an emergency access (a small vertical shaft through the door visble...
    • Railway tunnel

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