2 edition of History of the Huddersfield water supplies. found in the catalog.
History of the Huddersfield water supplies.
T W. Woodhead
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Huddersfield Town - a rich history. Honours - On The Pitch 'Thrice Champions' Formed Division 1 Champions: /24, /25, /26 Division 1 Runners-up: /27, /28 Division 2 Champions: /70 Division 2 Runners-up: /20 Division 2 (Sky Bet Championship) Play-Off Winners: / Construction started in and it opened a year later, almost years before Scammonden Reservoir (its downstream neighbour) was opened in Water flowing out of Deanhead forms Black Burne Brook which now feeds into Scammonden on: Kirklees, West Yorkshire.
List of Objects Telling a history of our world through objects. Click on the titles in the blue bar below [Location, Theme, Contributor Type, etc.] and then choose a category to see a list of. Huddersfield Royal Infirmary Warning of sharp rise in antibiotic resistance in Huddersfield There has been a huge increase in the number of people admitted to HRI and most other West Yorkshire hospitals due to antibiotic resistant infections. Weather Huddersfield monthly rainfall breaks records thanks to Storm Dennis The month's precipitation.
A few miles north of Holmfirth is the village of Holme where scattered cottages and farms look on to the dam which supplies water to the wider Huddersfield area. The Pennines can be seen in the distance and the road carries on into Derbyshire, past Ladybower reservoir and the town of Glossop and leads eventually into Stockport and Manchester. The Huddersfield Narrow Canal runs between Huddersfield in West Yorkshire and Ashton under Lyne in Greater Manchester. The story of this canal begins over years ago at a time when a network of canals was being constructed through many parts of Britain.
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InWilliam White in his "History and Gazetteer of the West Riding" says, "Huddersfield is by nature extremely ill supplied with water for domestic purposes, having but few springs, the water from which is hard and unwholesome, its source being the termination of drains connected with the deserted coalworks which intersect the ground under the town.".
15 rows History of the Huddersfield Water Supplies () by T.W. Woodhead The. The late Mr. Langrick of Armitage Bridge contributed an article to the Huddersfield Examiner on July 13th,on "Former Local Water Supplies" at Berry Brow and Armitage Bridge.
He mentions three noted wells, Ned Well named after a farmer in Birch Road, Penny Well in Coal Pit Lane now Newsome Road South, where coal was worked from a day hole, and Parson's Well. History of the Huddersfield Water Supplies () - Chapter X The following is a transcription of a historic book and may contain occasional small errors.
History of the Huddersfield Water Supplies () by T.W. Woodhead. A detailed handbook which explores the history of the water supplies within Huddersfield. A County Borough of Huddersfield, and Tolson Memorial Museum Publication.
With numerous photographic images. CONDITION. In original paper wraps. Externally, light chipping to the spine, and some curling to the front and rear wrap.
Ink inscription to the front wrap. History of the Huddersfield Water Supplies () - Chapter I The following is a transcription of a historic book and may contain occasional small errors.
Table of Contents. The History of Huddersfield and The Valleys of the Holme and the Dearne [D. Sykes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : D. Sykes. When planning publication, the book's author and publisher knew that the long continuum of Huddersfield's history was about to be disrupted in several key areas.
Not least among them was Huddersfield's autonomy in local government and services such as policing and passenger transport (gas, electricity and water had already gone).4/5(1). The Huddersfield Town F.C. Story is a collection of photographs and captions that tell the story of the club from to the present day - from the earliest days at Leeds Road to the splendour of the club's present home at the Alfred Mc Alpine Stadium.5/5(1).
The History of Huddersfield and the Valleys of the Colne, The Holme, and the Dearne (Facsimile Reprint) Sykes, D F E. Huddersfield F.C. Story (Memories) The Huddersfield Town F.C.
Story is a collection of photographs and captions that tell the story of the club from to the present day - from the earliest days at Leeds Road to the splendour of the club's present home at.
The book provides a striking account of the changes that have so altered Huddersfield's appearance and records the process of g on detailed local knowledge of the community, and illustrated with a wealth of black-and-white photographs, this book recalls what Huddersfield has lost in terms of buildings, traditions and ways.
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Surviving records include: Guardians' minute books (), Printed lists of persons relieved (). Huddersfield Local Studies Library, Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD1 2SU.
Holdings: Various accounts, List. The history of Huddersfield Town A.F.C. is an article covering the complete history of an English football club formed in and based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. Timeline History of Huddersfield Go back. 11th Century.
17th Century. 18th Century. 19th Century 21st Century. to Domesday Book () Events. Huddersfield was recorded in the Domesday Book as 'Oderesfelt'.
Its surrounding area was largely waste land. Links. Huddersfield & District Family History Society. Huddersfield won the Rugby League Challenge Cup for a third time. Huddersfield Town F.C. won the FA Cup beating Preston North End at Stamford Bridge. Huddersfield Town became the first club to win the Football League Championship three years in a row.
Huddersfield won the Rugby League Championship for a fourth time. American drinking water supplies are among the safest in the world.
The disinfection of water has played a critical role in improving drinking water quality in the United States. InJersey City, New Jersey was the first city in the United States to begin routine disinfection of community drinking water.
Its history was chronicled in the book 'And The Glory', written to commemorate the society's th anniversary in – its title derived from a line in the Hallelujah Chorus featuring in Handel's landmark choral arrangement y: England.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.The British canal system of water transport played a vital role in the United Kingdom's Industrial Revolution at a time when roads were only just emerging from the medieval mud and long trains of packhorses were the only means of "mass" transit by road of raw materials and finished products.
The UK was the first country to develop a nationwide canal network.HUDDERSFIELD HISTORY LINKS. The web site of Huddersfield Local History Society.
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