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HRS 2899 Bealeys, Course of Bealeys tramway 1970s

Following the opening of the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal in the 1790s Bealey's built a wharf and tramway to convey coal, chemicals, acids and sulphur. Little remains of the tramway today, the photo is taken near to Eton Hill Road, in Radcliffe.
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Keywords:ac bealey, acids, bleaching, bury, chemical, chimneys, cotton, eton hill road, irwell, lancashire, manufacture, mary bealey, radcliffe, sulphuric acid, textile finishing, textiles, tramways, weirs

HRS 2899 Bealeys, Course of Bealeys tramway 1970s