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Edenham
 
Edenham, Railway Weighouse
Edenham, Railway Weighouse
Edenham, Railway Weighouse

The former Little Bytham to Edenham railway was laid down at his own personal expense by Lord Willoughby to bring passengers and goods - especially coal - to the centre of his estate at Grimsthorpe and to nearby Bourne.

It opened in 1856 and ran for a relatively short time.

Three stone buildings of the terminus survive at Edenham: the station building, engine shed and tiny weighhouse (shown here), all now subsumed within an extensive farmstead.

Ken Redmore, 2011

 

Edenham, Willoughby, Grimsthorpe, weighouse,
Edenham, St Michael and All Angels
Edenham, St Michael and All Angels
Edenham, St Michael and All Angels

"Parish church. C8, C12, C13, C15, early C16, 1808"

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1146587 

See Great English Churches website which highlights the Anglo-Saxon fragments, many grand monuments and dragon carvings on roof trusses :-

http://www.greatenglishchurches.co.uk/html/edenham.html 

Peter Kirk Collection, 26 August 1990

Edenham, Saint Michael and All Angels, Church