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Community Utility Services
Community Utility Services
Water and sewerage supply, electricity supply, gas supply and manufacture.
1949 Water Rates paid to Stainforth Estate
Analysis of Water From Mr E Birchall for Mrs Birchall at Switchers Farm Received 30 November 1878
Analysis of water from Mr E Birchall for Mrs Birchall at Switchers farm received 30 November 1878.
Appendix 19 Langcliffe Water Supply
Assorted Monochrome Photographs Showing Views of Austwick Mostly mid 20th Century
Assorted monochrome photographs showing views of Austwick mostly mid 20th Century.
Brayshaw Library Collection
Introduction to The Brayshaw Collection held at Giggleswick School. Thomas Brayshaw (1854 – 1931) was a solicitor living in Stackhouse nr Giggleswick who was a local historian. For more than 40 years he was the recognized authority in matters of local historical interest. He was closely associated with Giggleswick School from attending as a pupil to ...
Building of Settle higher reservoir 1906
Two monochrome photographs showing the construction for Settle Rural District Council of the higher reservoir at Settle opened in 1906.
Coal, Peat and Electricity
hhg006 Coal, Peat and Electricity hhg006_01. Notes about peat / turf and coal roads in Horton parish hhg006_02. Diagram of peat cutting spade hhg006_03. Picture and map of coal seam on Penyghent drawn by Arnold Pacey in 1984 hhg006_04. Caption for a map of a dispute between tenants of Newby and Selside 1620 hhg006_05. Caption for a map of a ...
Horton in Ribblesdale Mains Water Supply
Documents and maps mostly from 1970s relating to mains water supply at Horton in Ribblesdale.
Langcliffe Water Supply
Settle Rural District Council – application for sanction to loan for the purposes of establishing a mains water supply at Langcliffe. Dated C1911
Lawkland Parish Meeting
This collection of documents not previously available for research provides an almost unique record of the administration of a small rural community from the 18th Century onwards. It contains poor accounts including those of the poor house for the parishes and townships of Settle, Austwick, Horton in Ribblesdale and Giggleswick as well as detailed land ...
On Foot Round Settle
Four large volumes of about 400 pages each entitled ‘‘On foot round Settle’. These volumes contain printed pages taken from George H. Brown’s book On foot round Settle published in Settle by J. W. Lambert in 1896 to which Thomas Brayshaw added a large number of items of relevance – newspaper cuttings, photographs, postcards, maps, ...
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1, Part 1
Volume 1, Part 1 in five segments
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1, Part 2
Volume 1, Part 2 in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1, Part 5
Volume 1, part 5 in five segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 1, Part 6
Volume 1, Part 6 in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2
Volume 2 in seven parts.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 1
Volume 2, part 1 in five segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 2
Volume 2, part 2 in five segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 4
Volume 2, part 4 in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 5
Volume 2, part 5 in four segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 6
Volume 2, part 6 in five segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 2, Part 7
Volume 2, part 7 in two segments.
On Foot Round Settle Volume 3
Volume 3 in six parts.
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