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Working conditiond in the Cheshire salt industry.

Mary Rochester

Working conditiond in the Cheshire salt industry.

by Mary Rochester

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Published by Cheshire Libraries and Museums .
Written in English


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CHESHIRE SALT HOLDINGS LIMITED - Free company information from Companies House including registered office address, filing history, accounts, annual return, officers, charges, business activity. The book is called "Cheshire Salt Country" and I bought it because it might give me a bit of a clue about the sort of area, housing, infrastructure, industry, conditions etc in which my great grandparents lived at the turn of the 19/20th century. Amazon call the book "Cheshire Salt Towns" - /5(2).

The Salt Association represents UK salt manufacturers, giving them a voice and providing guidance, both socially and politically. We safeguard the industry’s development by raising awareness of issues and advising the government and other bodies on key areas relating to salt and the salt industry, in . - Cheshire cheese is the one of the oldest recorded cheeses in Britain and is referred to in the Domesday Book. This is no surprise given that even today Cheshire county is one of the main dairy regions of England, and has a long history of salt production.

However, by the late 19th century the salt industry was suffering from over-supply — the formation of the Salt Union in having failed to solve the problem. The mine closed in , after yielded a million tonnes of rock salt. It reopened in , after other local salt mines had on: Meadowbank, north of Winsford, Cheshire. Manchester Geological Association Saturday 10th December The Cheshire Basin is a north-south half-graben, km long and 55 km at the widest. the Basin is endowed, including a thriving chemical industry based on salt and the sandstone, which forms the second largest aquifer in the country. The potential for hydrocarbon sourcesFile Size: 13KB.


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Working conditiond in the Cheshire salt industry by Mary Rochester Download PDF EPUB FB2

Salt has been used in the production of Cheshire cheese and in the tanning industry, both industries being products of the dairy industry based on the Cheshire Plain around Nantwich. In the Domesday Book, Nantwich is recorded as having eight salt houses.

The salt industry peaked in the late 16th century when there were salt Working conditiond in the Cheshire salt industry. book, but the.

The New Cheshire Salt Works Ltd was a salt manufacturer formerly located in Wincham, north east of Northwich in Cheshire, UK. Run by the Stubbs family, it operated between around and It produced white or brine salt from naturally occurring underground brine using natural or wild pumping.

The salt was extracted by vacuum evaporation and was of a high arters: Wincham, Cheshire, United Kingdom. The metadata below describe the original scanning. Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).

Mary Rochester has written: 'Salt and subsidence' 'Working conditiond in the Cheshire salt industry' 'The supply of brine' Asked in Movies What are the release dates for Alias Mary Dow.

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About this Item: April 2nd Original Antique Print taken from The Graphic: THE SUBSIDENCES IN THE SALT DISTRICTS, CHESHIRE - Lake near Northwich- Red Lion Wingford-Abandoned Salt Works Overall size of this print is approx 8cm x 28cm with large margins, perfect for mounting for home, business, interior decorators, hotels, pubs, boardrooms and restaurants.

Due to this new content, the search will be renamed as the ‘Cheshire Salt Search’. The Cheshire Salt Search will indicate: Whether the property is situated within the Compensation District; Whether the property is within a Consultation Area prescribed by the Cheshire Brine Board under the provisions of section 38(1) of the Act.

Rock Salt Mining The earliest record of rocksalt mining was in at Marbury near Northwich, and for the following years the Northwich district dominated the rocksalt trade in Cheshire. The loss of overseas markets, and hence over-production in Cheshire caused a chaotic market and gradual decline in the rocksalt industry at the end of the.

Winsford accounts for some 60% of all rock salt mined in the UK. Founded inthe mine is the UKs oldest rock salt mine.

Although in the early days miners used spades and mined by hand, now the mine uses state of the art mining technology such as the laser guided JOY excavator, which I saw up close and in action on my visit.

Completed acquisition by British Salt Limited of New Cheshire Salt New Cheshire Salt Works Limited (NCSW) is a family-owned business based in Northwich, Cheshire. It is commonly used as a source of brine in the chemical industry, e.g.

as a raw material for the production of chlorine and caustic soda. 1 Salt occurrence and exploitation in the UK General setting, development and outlook The United Kingdom has a number of known salt fields of Triassic and Permian age.

Triassic salt occurs mainly within the bedded strata of the Cheshire Basin, and to a lesser extent alsoFile Size: KB.

Salt is the country's big talking point: not the kind we sprinkle on our chips, but the stuff we spread on our roads. But where does it come from. We go underground in Cheshire to see Britain’s. Old Salt Road via Saltersbrook. Probably the most well known old trading route to pass through our district is the one starting at Northwich in Cheshire heading for various Towns and Cities in Yorkshire, this old route is often described as a Pack Horse Trail or a Salt Route.

Salt-making in Cheshire dates back over 2, years, when the salt towns of Cheshire were first established by the Romans. Salt was originally extracted from the ground by a series of natural brine pits.

Lion Salt Works Lottery Heritage Award - YouTube. Cheshire West and Chester Council. subscribers. Lion Salt Works Lottery Heritage Award. Salt and subsidence in Cheshire, England. Eng. Geol., 9: Rock salt occurs in the Keuper Marl Series of Cheshire.

There are two saliferous beds, the lower being m and the upper m thick. However, most of the Triassic rocks in Cheshire are covered by thick superficial by: Explore Cheshire’s Unique Industrial Salt Archives. Winsford Library, Saturday 14 th November pm. Specially selected items about the Salt Industry (usually held in storage under special conditions in a disused area of Winsford Salt Mine!) are to be put on show to the public for the first time during this exciting event.

Rock salt mine's fight against nearby gas storage project nears the 11th hour Winsford mine, which also houses National Archive treasures, fears a.

Salt-making in Cheshire dates back over years, when the salt towns of Cheshire were first established by the Romans. Originally salt was extracted from the ground by a series of natural brine pits.

In the 17th century the first of a series of mines were begun in. The mine in Winsford is the size of football pitches, stretches to miles and is still growing as approximately 1m tonnes of salt are mined every year. The only Cheshire salt search available, provided by Groundsure in partnership with the Cheshire Brine Subsidence Compensation Board.

The only salt search report available The report identifies whether the property would be eligible for compensation under the and Acts if it is affected by brine pumping related subsidence in the future.

CHESHIRE SALT LIMITED - Free company information from Companies House including registered office address, filing history, accounts, annual return, officers, charges, business activity.Historical maps and records of salt areas often reveal the locations of brine springs through their place names.

In Roman times, sources of salt were noted as Salinae and in Medieval times the locations of salt springs were indicated by the suffix wich or of these places were further differentiated so that, for example, in Cheshire, the towns of Nantwich, Middlewich and Northwich.

The Lion Salt Works – named after the Red Lion Hotel that originally stood on the site – was an open pan salt producer rather than a salt mine.

This meant that instead of descending deep into the earth to chip away at the vast reserves of rock salt on which Cheshire sits, producers would sink a shaft into the ground in order to tap the.