Photographs Held by Third Parties

Title

Photographs Held by Third Parties

Subject

Photographs Held by Gloucestershire Archives and English Heritage Archive

Description

Gloucestershire Archives holds the following :
1. Glass Negatives, taken by Albert George Gardiner, 1908, ref. D3528
2. Tombstones Survey, 1982 - 1985, ref. D5102/13
3. "Iles Green", Far Oakridge photograph, 1953, ref. D1405/4/206

English Heritage Archive holds the following :
1. Photograph of 'The Frith', Far Oakridge, 1964, ref. SA02292
2. The Daneway basin and lock near Sapperton. The Daneway Inn is visible to the left, and the summit lock was where the pub car park is now located.(General view), Henry W Taunt Collection, Glass Negative, 1904, CC57/00109
3. The Daneway Portal of Sapperton Tunnel in the middle of the Thames and Severn Canal. The tunnel took five years to dig, mostly by hand, and was opened on 20th April 1789.(General view), Henry W Taunt Collection, Glass Negative, 1904, ref. HT09418 & CC57/00107
4. The Coates Portal or entrance to the tunnel which stretches for just over 2 miles to re-emerge at Daneway Portal. Completed in 1789 it took five years to dig by hand and explosives, and a number of lives were lost in construction.(Exterior view), Henry W Taunt Collection, Glass Negative, 1904, ref.CC93/00017 & CC56/01043
5. Locks on the canal which bring the level of the canal up to the 2 mile long Sapperton Tunnel which was opened in 1789 and took five years to dig by hand and explosive.(General view), Henry W Taunt Collection, Glass Negative, 1904, ref. CC57/00110

Source

Oakridge History Group

Collection

Citation

“Photographs Held by Third Parties,” Oakridge Community Archives, accessed October 22, 2017, http://oakridgecommunityarchives.org/items/show/531.

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