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The Gloucester & Cheltenham Railway and the Leckhampton Quarry tramroads

David Ewart Bick

The Gloucester & Cheltenham Railway and the Leckhampton Quarry tramroads

by David Ewart Bick

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Published by Oakwood P. in Lingfield .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gloucester and Cheltenham Railway.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 62.

    Statement[by] D. E. Bick.
    SeriesLocomotion papers,, no. 43
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE3817.G5 B5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62 p.
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4371357M
    ISBN 100853610061
    LC Control Number78567138
    OCLC/WorldCa149136

    Find details of station facilities, live train times and schedules for Gloucester train station. Book your journey with Great Western Railway (GWR). BICK, D. E. The Gloucester & Cheltenham Railway and the Leckhampton Quarry Tramroads. Locomotion Papers LP More Information.

    Cheltenham South and Leckhampton railway station in Gloucestershire served the village of Leckhampton and the southern outskirts of Cheltenham Spa. A tramroad from Gloucester to Cheltenham was opened in , and coal and roadstone was carried by horse-drawn wagons running on cast-iron rails mounted on stone sleeper blocks. Although the canal was far from complete at that time, the lock at Gloucester was opened to allow vessels to use the basin for transferring goods to tramroad wagons.

    The Gloucester & Cheltenham Railway & the Leckhampton Quarry Tramroads. Oakwood Press, 62 pp. Bick David E. The Old Industries of Dean. The Pound House, ISBN 0 01 9. (Recording the passing of the heavy industry of the Forest of Dean.) Bick, D. E. Old Leckhampton, Reprint. Cheltenham, UK: 52 pp. Early Railways to Page 1 / 9 Next 10>> Arkwright Society The Cromford and High Peak Railway - The Early Years. Set of facsimile documents, from the 's to 's, relating to the foundation and early years of the railway. The Gloucester & Cheltenham Railway and the Leckhampton Quarry Tramroads. Locomotion Papers LP More.


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The Gloucester & Cheltenham Railway and the Leckhampton Quarry tramroads by David Ewart Bick Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The Gloucester & Cheltenham Railway and the Leckhampton Quarry tramroads. [David Ewart Bick].

Gloucester Docks Tramroads before the coming of the railways as shown on Causton’s Map of Gloucester from (A better picture can be found in Conway-Jones earlier book of [ p21]) ‘The Gloucester & Cheltenham Railway and the Leckhampton Quarry Tramroads’; The Oakwood Press,   It was at this point that the public tramroad gave way to the quarry tramroads.

Interestingly, Bick gives the date of this photograph as being around This is evidence that a length of the tramway alongside Leckhampton Road was retained in use after the closure of Gloucester & Cheltenham Tramroad as a whole, in The station began operating in with the opening of the Bourton-on-the-Water to Cheltenham section of the Banbury and Cheltenham Direct was run by the Great Western Railway which thereafter took over full responsibility for it.

From the station was also served by trains on the Midland and South Western Junction Railway line, which branched off the Banbury and Cheltenham Area: Cheltenham. The Bristol and Gloucester Railway was a railway company opened in between the cities in its name.

It was built on the 7 ft (2, mm) Brunel gauge, but it was acquired in by the 4 ft 8 1 ⁄ 2 in (1, mm) standard gauge Midland Railway, which also acquired the Birmingham and Gloucester Railway at the same time. Legal and practical difficulties meant that it was some time before.

The concept of placing replica Tramroad wagons outside the Dock Offices in Gloucester was first put forward in by David Bick, sadly no longer with us, who wrote the definitve book "The Gloucester and Cheltenham Railway and The Leckhampton Quarry Tramroads", the second edition of which was published by Oakwood Press in other tramroads in the County that were operating slightly earlier.

This account draws heavily on a detailed history of the tramroad which may be found in: The Gloucester and Cheltenham Railway and the Leckhampton Quarry Tramroads by the late David Bick, second edition, published by Oakwood Press in Inas part of the interpreta.

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