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Home > Mines, Quarries & Sites > Caldon Low Limestone Tramway > Caldon Low Tramway Of 1804

Caldon Low Tramway Of 1804

Commences at Froghall Wharf on the Kiln level with a steep incline up onto Whistonbrook and Gimmershill

05/06/2010

12 Photos in this album by ICLOK

Hoftons Cross at Caldon Low 1804 Tramway (Right) 1847 Cableway Bridge was over road on Left 1778 Tramway Tunnel (Bridge) under 1804 Tramway incline, blocked entrance to Nth View up 1804 Tramway Incline at Cottonplain, 1778 Tramway passes under here Cottonplain 1778 Tramway (front) 1804 Tramway Incline behind
Upper Near Cotton Lvl Crossing 1804 Tramway (2) Whiston Level Crossing 1802 tramway Whistonbrook Lvl Crossing 1804 tramway (1) Incline and bridge site above Froghall 1804 Tramway
1804 Drum house interior Incline 1804 Tramway Drum house and Incline 1804 Tramway (2) Drum house and Incline 1804 Tramway (1)
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