Kilnhurst

Kilnhurst is a village in South Yorkshire, England, on the banks of the River Don and the Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation. It grew up around the coal mining, ceramics, glass, brick-making and locomotive industries; none of these industries remain in the village.

Read more about Kilnhurst:  Residents, Railways, Kilnhurst Tip

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Warren Vale Colliery
... Collier Brook, which runs east, for about two miles towards Kilnhurst ... was rail connected to another Charlesworth operation, Kilnhurst Colliery and so to the main line railway (The Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway, Sheffield to Doncaster line) ... Some small buildings are still standing on the site (2007) and the track of the railway towards Kilnhurst is now a footpath ...
Thomas Hill (Rotherham) Ltd - History - The Kilnhurst Works
... THR had acquired the site of the closed Kilnhurst Station of the Great Central Railway for a new works with rail access and this new works met with immediate success ... However during 1960 THR completed four major steam to diesel conversions at Kilnhurst and seven in 1961 plus one new Vanguard loco, more than equating the lost Planet turnover ...
Rawmarsh - Transport
... and had a turning circle at the junction of Kilnhurst Road and Main Street with the route to Kilnhurst Road (Route K) ... with the building of the Monkwood estate in the late 1950s and to Kilnhurst via the N.C.B ...
Kilnhurst West Railway Station
... Kilnhurst West railway station was the second railway station on the Midland line in Kilnhurst, South Yorkshire, England ... one of two railway stations serving the village, the other being Kilnhurst Central ... still in use for freight, express passenger and local passenger trains, the nearest station to Kilnhurst is now approximately a mile and a half away at Swinton (S ...
Kilnhurst Tip
... and Lincolnshire Railway Company, who built a junction close to Kilnhurst Hall farm, together with signals and locking gear to ensure its safe operation ... Bentley of Thrybergh Farm, Kilnhurst, was responsible for supplying the horses in 1910 but received a letter from Sheffield Corporation asking that he supply a more suitable horse ... There were complaints from councillors in the Kilnhurst area about the smell and the dangers to health ...