Monument record MYO3385 - Engine Shed 1841

Summary

A straight/rectangular shed built in 1841 on the south side of the GNoE lines; it is known to have originally had a roof with large clerestory and was used for many years by GN engines until being taken over in 1932 by the London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS).

Location

Grid reference Centred SE 5931 5152 (47m by 21m)
Map sheet SE55SE
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire

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Type and Period (1)

Full Description

The york central audit of heritage assets report mentions that the engine shed was probably a replacement for engine shed (MYO3720) that was propbaly built between 1844 and 1851. It also mentions that the engine shed was demolished between 1961 and 2012 and an archaeological evcavation has been carried out 0on site.


PCA, 2012, An Archaeological Evaluaton (Phase 2) at York Engineers Triangle, Cinder Lane (Unpublished document). SYO2605.

PCA, 2013, Archaeological Investigations at the York Engineers' Triangle Site, Cinder Lane (Unpublished document). SYO2607.

Dr Bill Fawcett, John A Ives and Alison Sinclair, 2013, YORK CENTRAL AUDIT OF HERITAGE ASSETS,NOVEMBER 2013 (Report). SYO1457.

Sources/Archives (3)

  • --- Report: Dr Bill Fawcett, John A Ives and Alison Sinclair. 2013. YORK CENTRAL AUDIT OF HERITAGE ASSETS,NOVEMBER 2013.
  • --- Unpublished document: PCA. 2012. An Archaeological Evaluaton (Phase 2) at York Engineers Triangle, Cinder Lane.
  • --- Unpublished document: PCA. 2013. Archaeological Investigations at the York Engineers' Triangle Site, Cinder Lane.

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Record last edited

Feb 22 2021 5:49PM

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