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Some Views of Horns Bridge Chesterfield.

The Engineer Right photograph.

Other Photographs Alec Jackson.

Once a congested area out of Chesterfield, (so today it’s a very congested area at times out of Chesterfield for different reasons).

On the ground level is the road network to Mansfield (Hasland) A617 and Derby (Wingerworth) A61 and two rivers the Hipper and Rother which often flooded. It included the Great Central Railway Chesterfield Loop.

On the middle level was the Midland Main Line and Brampton Loop Line.

On the upper level was the Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway Lincoln Line.

Looking towards Chesterfield from Mansfield (Hasland). 1

Looking from Chesterfield towards Hasland. 2

Looking from Chesterfield towards Hasland. Notice the sign announcing the ‘Dukeries Route’ as it was affectionately called for the LD&ECR. 3

Looking from Chesterfield at the results of one of the floods. 4

One of the footbridges over the railways. 5

From the ENGINEER 6

Horns Bridge Area fom LD&ECR Plans.







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