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Clintsfield Colliery Engine House

A Grade II Listed Building in Tatham, Lancashire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.1225 / 54°7'20"N

Longitude: -2.5681 / 2°34'5"W

OS Eastings: 362966

OS Northings: 469774

OS Grid: SD629697

Mapcode National: GBR BNHR.TY

Mapcode Global: WH952.JM9Z

Entry Name: Clintsfield Colliery Engine House

Listing Date: 24 February 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1071611

English Heritage Legacy ID: 182611

Location: Tatham, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA2

County: Lancashire

District: Lancaster

Civil Parish: Tatham

Traditional County: Lancashire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

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Listing Text

SD 66 NW TATHAM

2/75 Clintsfield Colliery Engine House
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- II

Colliery pumping engine house, early C19th, later converted into house and
now derelict. Sandstone rubble with remaining roof, over chimney, of stone
slate. Comprises a main block about 25 feet tall, with a lower shed
adjoining on the north side which has a capped chimney projecting from its
western wall. The lower part of the east wall of the main block is of
large rock-faced sandstone blocks. It has a tall doorway with stone
lintel, the upper part blocked with rubble when the building was converted
into a house. The upper part of the wall, below the apex, is of rubble and
has a blocked beam engine opening with round head, now containing a
smaller partly-blocked window. The south wall has 2 window openings with
plain reveals. Under the apex of the west wall is a window with plain
reveals. Inside, there are the remains of 2 floors and a 1st floor
fireplace with plain stone surround. The shed on the north side appears to
be of the same build. Part of its wall, at the north-east corner, has
collapsed. The chimney is about 20 feet high, with rock-faced quoins and
now terminates with a rock-faced coping below a pyramid roof. Probably the
only remaining colliery engine house in Lancashire, it was marked as an
engine house on the 1st edition 6 inch Ordnance Survey map (1847). In 1839
it had an engine of 5 h.p. with boiler and pump. Price, J.W.A., The
industrial Archaeology of the Lune Valley, Lancaster, 1983, pp. 38-39.


Listing NGR: SD6296669774

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