Plaza caño argales valladolid

Plaza caño argales valladolid

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Quickly, the neighborhood was occupied by artisans and farmers, and the population of the neighborhood remained stable until the beginning of the XVII century, to give way to a period of depopulation, long and maintained, until the mid-nineteenth century.

The arrival of the railroad to Valladolid in 1856 marked the beginning and the limit of the development of the southeastern part of the neighborhood. Craft activity was replaced by industrial activity and numerous industries were established near this new communications hub.

In February 1857, La Vallisoletana,[5] a cotton canvas factory, which had 420 employees in 1862,[6] was established on Estación Street, opposite the Gas Factory. This company is, due to its importance, one of those visited by Queen Isabel II during her visit to Valladolid. It is located in the area where currently, and since 2009, is the Land Registry and at the time was the School of Commerce since 1928.

In 1874, Talleres Miguel de Prado, a company specialized in the manufacture of engines and turbines, was established between the current streets of Tudela, Labradores, Nicolás Salmerón and Miguel de Prado. It ceased its activity in 1972 and occupied a site of 20,200 square meters.[7][8][9][9]

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The neighborhood was quickly occupied by artisans and farmers, and the population of the neighborhood remained stable until the beginning of the XVII century, before giving way to a long and sustained period of depopulation until the middle of the XIX century.

The arrival of the railroad to Valladolid in 1856 marked the beginning and the limit of the development of the southeastern part of the neighborhood. Craft activity was replaced by industrial activity and numerous industries were established near this new communications hub.

In February 1857, La Vallisoletana,[5] a cotton canvas factory, which had 420 employees in 1862,[6] was established on Estación Street, opposite the Gas Factory. This company is, due to its importance, one of those visited by Queen Isabel II during her visit to Valladolid. It is located in the area where currently, and since 2009, is the Land Registry and at the time was the School of Commerce since 1928.

In 1874, Talleres Miguel de Prado, a company specialized in the manufacture of engines and turbines, was established between the current streets of Tudela, Labradores, Nicolás Salmerón and Miguel de Prado. It ceased its activity in 1972 and occupied a site of 20,200 square meters.[7][8][9][9]

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The neighborhood was soon occupied by artisans and farmers, and the population of the neighborhood remained stable until the beginning of the 17th century, before giving way to a long and sustained period of depopulation until the mid-19th century.

The arrival of the railroad to Valladolid in 1856 marked the beginning and the limit of the development of the southeastern part of the neighborhood. Craft activity was replaced by industrial activity and numerous industries were established near this new communications hub.

In February 1857, La Vallisoletana,[5] a cotton canvas factory, which had 420 employees in 1862,[6] was established on Estación Street, opposite the Gas Factory. This company is, due to its importance, one of those visited by Queen Isabel II during her visit to Valladolid. It is located in the area where currently, and since 2009, is the Land Registry and at the time was the School of Commerce since 1928.

In 1874, Talleres Miguel de Prado, a company specialized in the manufacture of engines and turbines, was established between the current streets of Tudela, Labradores, Nicolás Salmerón and Miguel de Prado. It ceased its activity in 1972 and occupied a site of 20,200 square meters.[7][8][9][9]

Neighborhoods of valladolid spain

The neighborhood was soon occupied by artisans and farmers, and the population of the neighborhood remained stable until the beginning of the 17th century, before giving way to a long and sustained period of depopulation until the middle of the 19th century.

The arrival of the railroad to Valladolid in 1856 marked the beginning and the limit of the development of the southeastern part of the neighborhood. Craft activity was replaced by industrial activity and numerous industries were established near this new communications hub.

In February 1857, La Vallisoletana,[5] a cotton canvas factory, which had 420 employees in 1862,[6] was established on Estación Street, opposite the Gas Factory. This company is, due to its importance, one of those visited by Queen Isabel II during her visit to Valladolid. It is located in the area where currently, and since 2009, is the Land Registry and at the time was the School of Commerce since 1928.

In 1874, Talleres Miguel de Prado, a company specialized in the manufacture of engines and turbines, was established between the current streets of Tudela, Labradores, Nicolás Salmerón and Miguel de Prado. It ceased its activity in 1972 and occupied a site of 20,200 square meters.[7][8][9][9]

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