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The Nineteenth Century:
Matlock Railway Station, 1851

Items Delivered to Matlock Railway Station in July and August, 1851
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Mike Spencer, who researched the information below, says:
"These are only some of the entries in a register of goods received at Matlock Station. John SMEDLEY figures a lot with his factory at Lea; bales of paper and bundles of rags are also mentioned. TATLOWS of Wirksworth are mentioned. There are many other entries but some do not give full names and the list above does give more information.

Reference is made to damaged goods arriving and the fact that one cargo was a week in arriving ! Matlock station must have been a very busy station."

 

Building the Railway Line to Matlock Station



Station buildings,
2004 & before


Date : From | Who For | Goods | Collected by

2 July 1851 : Derby | SEEDS of Wirksworth

bundle of leather

S SEEDS
3 Jul 1851 : Masboro' | BRAILSFORD of Matlock 1 bedstead
3 matresses
2 flock beds
1 table
2 hampers
1 roll carpet
Septimus BRAILSFORD
7 Jul 1851 : Derby | BUCKLEY of Lea 1 couch J BUCKLEY
7 Jul 1851 : - | MARSDEN of Wirksworth bundle of zinc H MARSDEN
11 Jul 1851 : - | PARKER of Cromford crate of glass John PARKER
15 Jul 1851 : Hull | GARTON of Lumsdale Hoops David DOXEY
15 Jul 1851 : Warrington | FARNSWORTH, Lumsdale bleach R FARNSWORTH
17 Jul 1851 : Hull | Meerbrook Sough Co, Bolehill coil and rope Jacob FROST
25 Jul 1851 : Sheffield | WEBSTER of Wirksworth bags of nails Ellen WEBSTER
25 Jul 1851 : Burton | VALLENCE of [Matlock] Bath 1 empty box H HANSON ?
29 Jul 1851 : Manchester | BOWER of Darley casks of soda Chas BOWER
12 Aug 1851 : London | BRIDDON of ? cane E BRIDDON
19 Aug 1851 : London | PERCIVAL of Wirksworth chest tea Mo PERCIVAL

Researched and extracted by Mike Spencer, who has kindly given his permission to reproduce the list. Circulated to the Derbysgen Discussion Group in 2004. Originally part of 19th Century Lists