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Linby is a small village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire, England1 The nearest town is Hucknall which is immediately to the south-west1 The village grew up around the mills on the River Leen, from which Linby's name is derived Small streams known as Linby Docks run on both sides of the main street The population of the civil parish at the 2011 census was 2322
In the Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales 1870–72 John Marius Wilson described Linby:
LINBY, or LINDEBY, a village and a parish in Basford district, Notts The village stands adjacent to the Nottingham and Mansfield railway, near the river Leen, 9¼ miles N by W of Nottingham; has a station on the railway, and a post office under Nottingham; and has Likewise two ancient crosses, which were supposed to mark an entrance-boundary of Sherwood forest—The parish comprises 1,190 acres Real property, £2,147; of which £25 are in quarries Pop in 1851, 310; in 1861, 257 Houses, 53 The property is not divided The manor belongs to A F W Montagu, Esq The living is a rectory in the diocese of Lincoln Value, £280 I Patron, A F W Montagu, Esq The church was recently restored, has a tower, and contains monuments of the Chaworths3
The church of St Michael is much restored, but dates back to the 13th century There are two crosses in the village – Top Cross, was originally medieval and Bottom Cross probably erected around 1660 to celebrate the restoration of King Charles II
A local legend claims that the Pancake was invented by the women of the village, to celebrate the defeat of Danish invaders who had enslaved them
The Linby Trail is a 2 km Stretch of the National Cycle Route starting at the village and finishing at nearby Newstead Village
Linby won the Best Kept Village in Nottinghamshire Award in 1997
From 1894 to 1974 the village was part of Basford Rural District It was then transferred to Gedling Borough However, a small part of the parish had been transferred to Hucknall Urban District Council in 1935
Linby is included in the Hidden Valleys area of Nottinghamshire
Three railway lines once passed through Linby, with stations on two of them The first was the Midland Railway later part of the LMS line from Nottingham to Mansfield and Worksop, closed to passengers on 12 October 1964 though partly retained as a freight route serving collieries at Annesley In the 1990s this line was reopened to passengers in stages, the section through Linby in 1993, but Linby station did not reopen with it
The second line was the Great Northern Railway later part of the LNER route serving many of the same places as the Midland It closed to passengers on 14 September 1931 but remained in use for freight until 25 March 1968 The Linby station on this line had closed long before, on 1 July 1916
The third line was the Great Central Railway also later part of the LNER, the last main line ever built from the north of England to London, opened on 15 March 1899 The stretch through Linby which crossed over both the other lines, closed completely on 5 September 1966, but there had never been a Linby station on this line
- ^ a b Ordnance Survey: Landranger map sheet 120 Mansfield & Worksop Sherwood Forest Map Ordnance Survey 2014 ISBN 9780319242100
- ^ "Civil Parish population 2011" Neighbourhood Statistics Office for National Statistics Retrieved 12 April 2016
- ^ "A Vision of Britain Through Time: Linby" wwwvisionofbritaincouk GB Historical GIS/University of Portsmouth Retrieved 18 March 2016
Media related to Linby at Wikimedia Commons
- Linby Village Web site
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