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Houghton On The Hill - Former Railway
... There used to be a railway that ran through Ingarsby, approximately two miles north of Houghton ... Its station was named Ingarsby for Houghton on the Hill owing to its use by commuters from the larger village. 1954, but both the station building and the station master's house remain in Ingarsby, having been converted to residential properties ...
List Of Lost Settlements In The United Kingdom - England - Leicestershire
... in 1582, it gave its name to one of the parish medieval great fields Ingarsby SK684055 Deserted Medieval Village in Hungarton, often called Old Ingarsby to differentiate it from ...
Ingarsby Railway Station
... Ingarsby railway station was a railway station in Ingarsby, Leicestershire, on the Great Northern Railway Leicester branch ... the west, about halfway to the next station at Thurnby, lies Ingarsby tunnel, 516 yards long ...
Hungarton - The Parish Now and Then
... and includes the three estates of Quenby Hall, Baggrave and Ingarsby as well as the village ... the liberty of Baggrave, and the hamlets of Ingarsby and Quenby ... Ingarsby Hall, an old moated building, is now a farm house ...