Lincoln, River Witham at Stamp End Lock
This lithographic print dated 1837 just predates the rapid industrialisation of Lincoln in the mid-19th century.
The view across the Witham shows Stamp End Lock in the foreground.
Clayton and Shuttleworth established their foundry and engineering works next to the Witham beyond the lock in the 1840s.
Behind the barge on the right are the smoking kilns (or clamps?) of John Gourley's brickyard.
S T Davies, 1837
Lincoln, river Witham, Stamp End Lock, Clayton & Shuttleworth, Gourley, brick kilns,