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    • An entrance to vacancy, c.2000

    • Skinner, Joan
    • Colour photograph of the entrance to Rowley's factory, vacant and shutters pulled down.
    • Industry; Hosiery; Decline; Factory
    • Anne [Anna, Anne of Denmark] (1574–1619)

    • Goldar, John (1729-1795), Engraver and printseller
    • Engraved portrait of Anne [Anna, Anne of Denmark] (1574–1619), queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland, consort of James VI and I by Goldar, John (1729-1795), Engraver and printseller
    • Anne [Anna, Anne of Denmark] (1574–1619), queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland, consort of James VI and I
    • Bardon Hill Quarry rail link

    • Gamble, Horace
    • Bardon Hill Quarry's Rolls Royce shunter 10273, numbered No. 59 and named ‘Duke of Edinburgh’ is seen crossing the A50 road at Bardon in April 1987 with empties for the quarry.
    • Quarrying;
    • Battram Crossing

    • Drury, Keith
    • Battram Crossing: the photo shows a typical National Coal Board style level crossing gate, hidden in the undergrowth at the former Battram Road level-crossing. The crossing served the NCB-operated branch linking Nailstone Colliery to exchange...
    • Railway crossings; Railway tracks; Coal mining;
    • Bonners Lane, corner shop, c.1950

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    • Photographs of A. Parr grocer's shop (demolished 1957) on corner of Bonners Lane and Oxford Street, with terraced houses
    • Shops; Housing
    • Building plans for Liberty Works, 1919

    • Thomson, Howard H.;
    • Plans of new factory for Lennard Brothers by Howard H. Thomson, architect, 8 Market Street, Leicester
    • Architecture; Liberty Shoes Ltd; Shoe industry;
    • Calcutta Pumping Station, Swannington

    • Drury, Keith
    • Calcutta Pumping Station, Swannington: building and headstock gear remaining from the Pumping Station, which served the mines in Swannington and Coalville. The Pumping Station succeeded in 1877 the 1853 Calcutta shaft of Swannington Colliery...
    • Coal mining; Buildings;
    • Chestnut Street, 1964

    • Daniell, John - Leicester Museums
    • Photographs of terraced houses and grocer's shop, Chestnut Street. Showing gas wall lamps and brackets, still in use.
    • Housing; Shops
    • Coal train at Coalville

    • Gamble, Horace
    • British Railways Class 56 no. 56071 with a ‘merry-go-round’ train of empties crossing Coalville High St level crossing in May 1983, heading east back to the Rapid Loader near Bagworth. The Coalville station buildings and the footbridge have been...
    • Railway tracks; Coal mining; Buildings;
    • Coloured lithograph of John Greenhalgh (1588/9-1651)

    • Madeley, George E. (Engraver, lithographer and printer, 1798-1858)
    • Coloured lithograph of John Greenhalgh, royalist army officer (1588/9-1651) by George E. Madeley (1798-1858)
    • Greenhalgh, John, royalist army officer (1588/9-1651)
    • Conditions Booklet

    • Rothley Heritage Trust
    • The booklet has an earlier and later version of the Suburb dream in the two maps. The Rothley Garden Suburb was an aspiration in the mind of Frederick Merttens after his purchase of the Rothley Temple Estate in 1893, and the siting of a station on...
    • Architecture; Garden Suburbs;

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