Housing Units (2000): 260
Land area (2000): 0.384659 sq. miles (0.996263 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.384659 sq. miles (0.996263 sq. km)
FIPS code: 14656
Located within: Pennsylvania (PA), FIPS 42
Location: 40.748040 N, 78.534322 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 16627
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Coalport is a village in Shropshire, England. It is located on the River Severn in the Ironbridge Gorge, a mile downstream of Ironbridge. It lies predominantly on the north bank of the river; on the other side is Jackfield.
The settlement was planned as a canal–river interchange and a complete "new town" by ironmaster William Reynolds, who between 1788 and 1796 built warehouses, workshops, factories and workers accommodation in Coalport. He also directed the construction of the Shropshire Canal, linking the East Shropshire coalfield with the River Severn — the terminus being Coalport Wharf between the Brewery Inn and Coalport Bridge. Coalport at this time was much larger than it is today.
It forms part of the civil parish of The Gorge and is the southeastern corner of the borough of Telford and Wrekin.
Coalport can refer to:
- Coalport, a village in Shropshire, England.
- Coalport Branch Line, a railway branch line in Shropshire, England.
- Coalport Canal, alternate name for a portion of the Shropshire Canal in England.
- Coalport China Museum, a museum.
- Coalport porcelain, a type of porcelein.
- Coalport, Pennsylvania, a borough in Pennsylvania.
- Coalport, Ohio, former name for the village of Middleport, Ohio.
- Coalport West railway station, a railway station in Coalport, England.
- Coalport/North Clinton, Trenton, New Jersey, a neighborhood in Trenton, New Jersey.
Usage examples of "coalport".
Lord Coalport greeted them affably, so Elf supposed she was saying and doing all the right things.
Then she straightened her face into a smile and thanked Lord Coalport for his kind hospitality.
He received Coalport in the library on the ground floor, where a narrow bed sat behind a screen.
Out of the corner of his eye, he saw Elf laugh at something Lady Coalport said.
There was little of value: a few pieces of jewellery which her aunt had possessed, one or two pieces of silver, a nice Coalport tea service.
The table was laid with Coalport china, English crystal, and George I silver.
The round table set for two was impeccably dressed with old Coalport plates, remnants of a broken-up set found at a secondhand shop, and an age-mellowed Irish lace cloth found in the same place.
There was a Coalport china tea service, plates of sandwiches and a cake stand laden with slices of Dundee cake and iced sponge cake.
Over the painted mantelshelf, between two ostrich-feather fans and two pieces of Coalport china, was a large glass frame containing a spread of theatrical programmes and seeing that he had noticed them her grey eyes smiled and her little mouth twitched so that she looked neither mediaeval nor young-old-maidish, but rather pretty.
There were one or two engravings of landscapes and along the length of a shelf a set of Coalport plates, rather late Coalport, thought Mr.
As soon as they could move on from the Coalports, Elf summoned every scrap of Malloren spirit, and went over to smile and chatter at Fort and his lovely companion.