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Newby's ice store

Newby's ice store Newby's ice store
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Newby's ice store stood on the north bank of the canal in the 1860s. Ice was used to keep food fresh for transport, and in shops. Imported mainly from Norway, it was delivered along the canal by horse-drawn barges to Newby's, where it was stored in deep ice wells.
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Site: Newby's ice store (1 memorial)

SE5, Burgess Park

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Newby's ice store

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Newby's ice store

Newby's ice store stood on the north bank of the canal in the 1860s. Ice was ...

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Norwegian ice business

Ice was cut in Norway, transported by ship to London, stored and then distrib...

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Newby's ice store

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Friends of Burgess Park

The Friends of Burgess Park are an association of people and other interested...

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