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The Butterley Company, 1790-1830.
|LC Classifications||TS304.G7 R5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 63 p.|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||74176770|
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The Butterley Company was an English manufacturing firm founded as Benjamin Outram and Company in Portions of it existed until Industry: Engineering, Oil, Nuclear engineering. Between and the British landscape was transformed by a transport revolution which involved engineering works on a scale not seen in Europe since Roman times. While the economic background of the canal and railway ages are relatively well known and many histories have been written about th.
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The Butterley Company, Paperback – January 1, by Philip RIDEN (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Philip RIDEN.
The Butterley Company [Philip Riden; Derbyshire Record Society.] -- The Butterley Company of Ripley was the largest of Derbyshire coal and iron companies. Founded at Ripley in mid Derbyshire inthe Butterley Company was for many years by far the largest coal and iron concern in the East Midlands.
This book is a detailed study of its forty years, up to the date of the retirement of the last of the original partners. Get this from a library. The Butterley Company, [Philip Riden]. Buy The Butterley Company, by Philip Riden, Derbyshire Record Society from Waterstones today.
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The Butterley Company by Philip Riden, published by the Derbyshire Record Society, Volume XVI, Through Five Generations: The History of the Butterley Company by R H Mottram and Colin Coote, published by Faber and Faber, Butterley Brick: Years in the Making by Roy Christian, published by Henry Melland Ltd, London, The Butterley Company - a Derbyshire Ironworks in the Industrial Revolution Paperback – 1 Jan.
by4/5(1). The Butterley Company, Paperback – 1 Jan. by Philip Riden (Author)4/5(1). The Butterley Company, coal owners and ironmasters, of Ripley, and of Butterley Iron Works, near Alfreton, Derbyshire.(); Civil Engineering Dept, Butterley Park, Nr.
Ripley, Derbyshire. William Jessop, with the assistance of Benjamin Outram, began construction of the Cromford Canal to connect Pinxton and Cromford with the Erewash Canal. Philip Riden in ‘The Butterley Company ’, suggests that No.1 was by far the largest colliery concern of the Butterley Company and within fifteen years of the first lease, new pits were sunk to the south of the Mansfield and Pinxton Railway, served by a short private branch.
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0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the. The Butterley Company – By Philip Riden. Founded at Ripley in mid Derbyshire inthe Butterley Company was for many years by far the largest coal and iron concern in the East Midlands.
This book is a detailed study of its forty years, up to the date of. Description Butterley Ironworks and Codnor Park Forge – The Butterley Ironworks and Codnor Park Forge – “has been written to commemorate the th anniversary in of the founding of the Butterley Company (as Outram & Co), the 50th anniversary of the closing of Codnor Park Forge in and the 40th anniversary of the closing of Codnor Park Wagon Works in ”.
Philip J. Riden. The Butterley Company, – A Derbyshire Ironworks in the Industrial Revolution. The Butterley Company (Benjamin Outram & Co. before ) operated from until and in the early years the company partners described themselves as traders in getting and smelting ironstone, casting and manufacturing iron and burning limestone and getting coal and slack at Butterley and Crich.
The Butterley Gangroad or Crich Railway, as. The Butterley Company () Date: Tuesday, 12 February, - to Lecture by Gwilym Roberts, Formerly Chairman Acer Group & President ICE. Lecture in the 37th Series of Industrial Archaeology Lectures. The Education Centre, Guildford Cathedral.
The Butterley Company and railway construction, The Butterley Gangroad. EMIAC Business Meeting. Lunch. Site visits: either a two-mile walk following the Butterley Gangroad on minor roads and field footpaths to the Cromford Canal and returning by bus. Books and journals Riden, P, The Butterley Company() Legal This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.
“Tim Book Two” provides a comprehensive history of the two most important sites of the Butterley Company’s ironworkings, from their inception to their closure.
Meticulous research combined with first-hand knowledge provides a detailed account of the area’s most significant industry. John Wright () John Wright, a Nottingham banker, Francis Beresford, the latter’s father in law and a rich attorney from a gentry family, and William Jessop, a well known civil engineer, partnered with the young surveyor and engineer Benjamin Outram who was the the initiator and sole active managing partner of the Butterley Iron Company from its foundation in until his .Through five generations the history of the Butterley Company.
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Includes index. Show more. Object details Category Books Creator MOTTRAM, R.H. (Author) COOTE, COLIN (Author) Faber (Publisher) Production date Riden, P, The Butterley Company, – A Derbyshire Ironworks in the Industrial Revolution (privately published, Chesterfield) Google Scholar Roberts, T,“Planning the regions in an era of devolution” Town and Country Planning (July – August) Cited by: 5.