The Horsehay Company.
This book is courtesy of Joan Beech.
No 01. All bridges were assembled to check them, then they would only do the minimal
disassemble before shipment.
Horsehay pool on the right.
No 02. Another view of the bridge yard.
No 03. Behind the man is the bridge wall of Horsehay station with Heath Hill in the distance.
No 04. This is the bridge yard looking towards Spring Village, you can just see the engine shed roof on the right.
No 11.This is the side view of No 03, in the background starting from the left is the brickworks later to become Day’s pipe works, the round house (behind the ladder), and just to the left of the man is the pub called the Last Inn, higher up in the trees is the Vicarage, the houses on the sky line to the right are George Street and Chapel Street.
No 21. This engine shed was in the Horsehay goods yard but is no longer standing.
No 26. The Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 104 Feet (Double Track) Through Bridge.
Consulting Engineer: - Sir George B. Bruce. Contractors The Horsehay Company Shropshire 1894.