SCRCA Location Variant: Tank Support - Base open-sided

The tank is raised well above the ground and the base area is open-sided, so it does NOT form a usable internal space. The only reason that these structures have been classified as 'Tank Houses' (rather than 'tanks') is that they are labelled 'Tank House' on the 1911 land plan used to create the draft structure list (which formed the starting point for the SCRCA Project).

Examples

The following examples from the SCRCA Project database illustrate this location variant. Locations are only displayed here if the site or structure has been assessed and if a default image is available. The locations are grouped by 'type' (where appropriate), then sorted by Location ID.

  • To view the full Location Summary for one of the sites or structures, click on the relevant location name / description.
  • To view a larger version of one or more of the images in a slideshow format, click on one of the thumbnail images.
    NB: The slideshow will NOT run if you attempt to open it in a new window.
 

Errors and omissions
Reasonable efforts are being made to ensure the accuracy of the information obtained and uploaded as part of the SCRCA Project. However, it is possible that a few errors will have crept-in. If you notice any such errors, we would be grateful if you would bring them to our attention using the SCRCA Project Contact Form. The Friends of the Settle-Carlisle Line and the members of the SCRCA Project Team do NOT guarantee the accuracy of the information contained in this database. If you intend to use and / or act upon any of this information, you are advised to verify its accuracy BEFORE doing so.