The original photographs made of the Little Eaton Gangway c. 1900 are represented in thiscollection in modern copy prints. They show various aspects of the tramway, which ran from LittleEaton to Denby, Derbyshire. The prints depict horses dragging coal wagons; men leading the horses ormaintaining the tramway; the iron plate tracks; and distant views of buildings, the canal and thecountryside that the tramway passed through. Most of these photographs appear in David Ripley's book'The Little Eaton Gangway and Derby Canal' (Oxford: The Oakwood Press, 1993).
Photographic records of Little Eaton Gangway, Derbyshire, c. 1900
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 159 MS 194
- Dates of Creation1900
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description13 prints
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Administrative / Biographical History
The identity of the photographer of the items in this collection has not been identified.
Little Eaton Gangway was a horse-drawn tramway used for the carriage of coal and ironstone overfour miles from Smithy Houses at Denby, Derbyshire to Little Eaton wharf, Derbyshire on the Derbycanal. The tramway opened on May 1795 and was last used in July 1908.
No archival arrangement has been necessary.
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The collection was acquired by the University of Nottingham's Department of Manuscripts andSpecial Collections in December 1969.
- David Ripley, 'The Little Eaton Gangway and Derby Canal' (Oxford: The Oakwood Press,1993)