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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Crich Mineral Railway - Butterley Co Limestone Railway > Photographs Of Butterley Co Mineral Railway

Photographs of Crich Mineral Railway - Butterley Co Limestone Railway

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27 Photos in this album

Fritchley Incline 29.11.05 Engine Shed before restoration - interior 29.11.05 Engine Shed before restoration 29.11.05 Engine Shed before restoration 29.11.05
Overbridge at Bullbridge, Sth end of line 07.05.08 Buildings at Wharf end of Line - Bullbridge 07.05.08 Site of wharf with Cromford Canal 07.05.08 Track bed curving SW to Bullbridge 07.05.08
Cross country - View Nth to Fritchley 07.05.08 Stone Embank at Sth End of Railway 07.05.08 Detail of Bridge at Southern End Bullbridge 07.05.08 Lime Kilns at Bullbridge 07.05.08
Lime Kilns at Bullbridge Stone sleeper blocks used as capping stones 07.05.08 Stone Embankment up to Engine shed 07.05.08 Embankment up to engine shed 07.05.08
Detail of Stone setts 07.05.08 Level Crossing Rems into Warner Quarry Branch 07.05.08 View along warner Quarry Branch- Towards X ing 07.05.08 Sleeper sett in Warner quarry branch cutting 07.05.08
View along Warner quarry Branch 07.05.08 Loco Shed - Front - Spring 2008 Ash Pit in Shed- Spring 2008 Engine shed- Spring 2008
Blocked bridge under road near hat factory 2008 Rear of loco shed - Spring 2008 Stone sleeper sett built into wall of engine shed
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