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Lodgepole Creek is a tributary of the South Platte River, approximately 278 miles (447 km) long, in the U.S. states of Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado. Lodgepole Creek drains a basin in the interior of a low plateau which lies between the South Platte Basin and the North Platte Basin in the southeastern corner of Wyoming, the southern edge of the Nebraska Panhandle and several small portions of northeastern Colorado. As its name implies, Lodgepole Creek is a very small stream; for nearly all of i...
Buildings and structures in Gogebic County, Michigan, Ski jumping venues in the United States, Sports venues in Michigan, National Register of Historic Places in Michigan, Michigan State Historic Sites, Ski flying venues, Ski areas and resorts in Michigan, Ski jumping venues in Michigan, Hills of the United States, Sports venues completed in 1969, Visitor attractions in Gogebic County, Michigan, 1969 establishments in Michigan, Landforms of Gogegic County, Michigan, Landforms of Michican, Hidden...
 
Rivers of Colorado, Rivers of Nebraska, Landforms of Park County, Colorado, Landforms of Deuel County, Nebraska, Landforms of Keith County, Nebraska, Tributaries of the Platte River, Landforms of Sedgwick County, Colorado, Landforms of Douglas County, Colorado, Landforms of Jefferson County, Colorado, Landforms of Weld County, Colorado, Landforms of Morgan County, Colorado, Landforms of Logan County, Colorado, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from January 2011, All arti...The South Platte River (Arapaho: Niinéniiniic�ihéhe) is one of the two principal tributaries of the Platte River and is itself a major river of the American Midwest and the American Southwest- Mountain West, located in the U.S. states of Colorado and Nebraska. Its drainage basin includes much of the eastern flank of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado; much of the populated region known as the Colorado Front Range and Eastern Plains; and a portion of southeastern Wyoming in the vicinity of the ...
 Goshen was a pioneer town in western Whatcom County (approximately 5 miles northeast of Bellingham, and 10 miles south of the US border with Canada). It was a stop on the rail line of the Bellingham Bay and British Columbia Railroad.citation needed] It no longer exists, yet the Everson-Goshen road is still present. At one point Goshen hoped to compete with Whatcom (now Bellingham) and Seattle for the western depot of the railroad line which was being laid north to Washington State, which would g...
Lake City is the northeast region of Seattle, centered along Lake City Way NE (SR-522), 7�8 miles (11�13 km) northeast of downtown. A broader definition of the Lake City area includes all the land between 15th Avenue NE and Lake Washington, and between NE 95th and 98th streets to the Seattle city limits at NE 145th Street. Lake City encompasses much of the Thornton Creek watershed, the focus of a long restoration campaign by citizens and Seattle Public Utilities staff to enhance the resident...
 WWRS-TV, virtual channel 52 (UHF digital channel 43), is a TBN owned-and-operated television station serving Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin, United States that is licensed to Mayville. The station is owned by the Trinity Broadcasting Network. WWRS maintains studio facilities and offices located on North Barker Road in Brookfield, and its transmitter is located in Hubbard. The stations signal covers much of southeastern and south-central Wisconsin, along with extended cable coverage throughout ...
 John Dean Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. The park is located on and around Mount Newton, a small mountain in the middle of the Saanich Peninsula, north of Victoria, BC. The park is named after John Dean, who was a pioneer of the area and erected a cabin close to what is now the center of the park. Dean donated the original land which became the park in 1921, which was later expanded. Deans cabin was razed in 1957, but the foundation and much of the building mat...
Historic districts in Oregon, Dams on the Columbia River, Columbia River Gorge, Dams in Oregon, Dams in Washington (state), Gravity dams, Hydroelectric power plants in Oregon, Hydroelectric power plants in Washington (state), Locks of the United States, Historic Columbia River Highway, Run-of-the-river power stations, United States Army Corps of Engineers dams, Buildings and structures in Multnomah County, Oregon, Buildings and structures in Skamania County, Washington, Dams completed in 1937, E...Bonneville Lock and Dam- �b�nɨvɨl- consists of several run-of-the-river dam structures that together complete a span of the Columbia River between the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington at River Mile 146.1. The dam is located 40 miles (64 km) east of Portland, Oregon, in the Columbia River Gorge. The primary functions of Bonneville Lock and Dam are electrical power generation and river navigation. The dam was built and is managed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Electrical p...
Abert Rim in Lake County, Oregon is one of the highest fault scarps in the United States. It rises 2,490 feet (760 m) above the valley floor, finishing with a 820-foot (250 m) sheer-sided basalt cap. It was formed during the Miocene epoch. At that time basaltic flood lavas covered much of eastern Oregon. In subsequent faulting, great blocks were tilted and Abert Rim is at the western end of one of these blocks, while Lake Abert lies on top of another. Stretching more than 30 miles (48 km) from L...
The MKT Nature and Fitness Trail is a recreational rail trail in Columbia, Missouri, that runs nine miles (14 km) in the right-of-way of the former Missouri�Kansas�Texas Railroad. Developed from 1982 onward, it is a spur of the longest rail trail in the United States, the Katy Trail. It is open for use by hikers, joggers, and cyclists year-round, from sunrise to sunset, with snow covering in the winter offering users cross-country skiing opportunities. The trail is made up of limestone pug (...
South Side, Chicago, Geography of Chicago, Illinois, Neighborhoods in Chicago, Illinois, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from July 2013, Articles with dead external links from January 2013, Wikipedia indefinitely move-protected pages, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from November 2012, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2013, All articles lacking reliable...The South Side is a major part of the city of Chicago, which is located in Cook County, Illinois. It is one of the three major parts of the city, the others being the West Side and the North Side. Much of it evolved from the citys incorporation of independent townships, such as Hyde Park Township, which voted along with several other townships to be annexed in the June 29, 1889 elections. Regions of the city, referred to as sides, historically have been divided by the Chicago River and its branc...
Carson City, Nevada, Cities in Nevada, Independent cities in the United States, History of Carson City, Nevada, Populated places established in 1858, Nevada counties, 1858 establishments in Utah Territory, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from May 2013, Articles with dead external links from July 2013, Articles with dead external links from January 2013, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with citations having bare URLs, Use mdy...Carson City, officially the Consolidated Municipality of Carson City, is an independent city and the capital of the state of Nevada, named after the mountain man Kit Carson. As of the 2010 census, the population was 55,274. The majority of the population of the town lives in Eagle Valley, on the eastern edge of the Carson Range, a branch of the Sierra Nevada. Carson City is about 30 miles (50 km) south of Reno and originated as a stopover for California bound emigrants, but developed into a city...
 
 
 
Cities in Mohave County, Arizona, Cities in the Mojave Desert, Communities in the Lower Colorado River Valley, Populated places established in 1942, Cities in Arizona, Hidden categories:, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, Pages using web citations with no URL, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from January 2012, Use mdy dates from October 2012, Coordinates on Wikidata, Settlement articles re...
HD Radio stations, 1922 establishments in Ohio, Cincinnati Bengals broadcasters, Cincinnati Reds broadcasters, News and talk radio stations in the United States, Peabody Award winners, Radio stations established in 1922, Radio stations in Cincinnati, Ohio, IHeartMedia radio stations, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles needing copy edit from January 2015, All articles needing copy edit, Articles that may contain original research from February 2014, All articles that may contain original rese...WLW (700 AM) � branded Newsradio 700 WLW � is a commercial news- talk radio station licensed to Cincinnati, serving Greater Cincinnati. Owned by iHeartMedia, Inc., WLW is a 50,000-watt clear-channel station that covers much of the eastern half of North America at night. WLW serves as the Cincinnati affiliate for ABC News Radio; a flagship station for the Cincinnati Bengals and Cincinnati Reds radio networks; and the home of radio personality Bill Cunningham. The WLW studios are located in Sy...

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 WHAS, known by the on air branding as News Radio 840 WHAS, is an AM radio station broadcasting in Louisville, Kentucky. It is a 50,000 Watt clear channel radio station assigned to frequency 840 kHz. With clear channel status, its nighttime signal can be heard in most of the continental U.S. and much of Canada, and even in other countries at times. The stations studios are located in the Louisville enclave of Watterson Park and the transmitter site is in Long Run in far east Jefferson County. WHA...
 
 WCPN (90.3 FM) � branded 90.3 WCPN � is a non-commercial educational radio station licensed to Cleveland, Ohio. Owned by Ideastream, the station serves Greater Cleveland and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio. Broadcasting a mix of public radio and jazz, WCPN is the Cleveland affiliate for NPR, Public Radio International, and the BBC World Service. The WCPN studios are located at Playhouse Square in Downtown Cleveland, while the station transmitter resides in the Cleveland suburb of Parma. B...
 WHKW (1220 AM) � branded AM 1220 The Word � is a commercial Christian radio station licensed to Cleveland, Ohio, serving Greater Cleveland and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio. Owned by Salem Communications, WHKW is a local affiliate for the Salem Radio Network and the Michigan IMG Sports Network. The WHKW studios are located in the Cleveland suburb of Independence, and the station transmitter resides in neighboring Broadview Heights. Besides a standard analog transmission, WHKW is availab...
Bowling Green Ballpark is a 4,559-seat stadium in Downtown Bowling Green, Kentucky. It is primarily used for baseball and is home to the Bowling Green Hot Rods of the Midwest League of minor league baseball. This state-of-the-art stadium opened with Citizens First Opening Night on April 17, 2009 to a standing room only crowd of 6,886. The Bowling Green Hot Rods defeated the Kannapolis Intimidators 8 to 4 in this much anticipated opening game that brought professional baseball to Bowling Green fo...
 
 Crafton Hills College is a community college located in the city of Yucaipa, east of San Bernardino, Since its opening on September 11, 1972 Crafton Hills College has served as a beacon for higher learning in the San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. Much of the college is built on land that Ruben and Lester Finklestein donated through their foundation The Finkelstein Foundations to Crafton Hills College. The original donation included 167 acres of land in 1966 with 76 acres more in 1970 and fi...
1947 murders in the United States, American murder victims, Hollywood history and culture, People from Boston, Massachusetts, People murdered in Los Angeles, California, 1924 births, 1947 deaths, Burials at Mountain View Cemetery (Oakland, California), Black Dahlia case, Crimes in Los Angeles, California, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia pending changes protected pages (level 1), Wikipedia protected pages without expiry, Articles with hCards, Articles needing additional references from June 2015, A...The Black Dahlia was a nickname given to Elizabeth Short (July 29, 1924 � c. January 15, 1947), an American woman who was the victim of a much-publicized murder in 1947. Short acquired the moniker posthumously from newspapers in the habit of nicknaming crimes they found particularly lurid. It may have been derived from a film noir murder mystery, the title of which alluded to a Dahlia of a different color, The Blue Dahlia, released several months before, in April, 1946. Short was found mutilat...
 
National Capital Region (Canada), National Capital Commission, Roads in Ottawa, Streets in Gatineau, State ritual and ceremonies, Landscape architecture, Ottawa stubs, Canada road stubs, Ontario transport stubs, Quebec road stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking reliable references from January 2009, All articles lacking reliable references, Articles containing French-language text, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2010, Coordinates on Wi...Confederation Boulevard (French: Boulevard de la Confédération) is a ceremonial and discovery route in Canadas National Capital Region, running through Parliament Hill and encompassing downtown areas in Ottawa and Gatineau. Some of Canadas most important institutions and landmarks lie along its route. During state visits, Confederation Boulevard is toured by foreign dignitaries. On Canada Day, much of Confederation Boulevard is closed to cars. Confederation Boulevard is an initiative of the Na...
1851 births, 1923 deaths, American conservationists, Cornell University faculty, Forestry academics, History of forestry in the United States, History of forestry education, German conservationists, German emigrants to the United States, New York State College of Forestry, People from Inowrocław, People from the Province of Posen, University of Königsberg alumni, University of Toronto faculty, United States Forest Service officials, American foresters, German foresters, Hidden categories:, Wik...Bernhard Eduard Fernow Pronounced Fer-Now (January 7, 1851 � February 6, 1923) was the third chief of the USDAs Division of Forestry of the United States from 1886 to 1898, preceding Gifford Pinchot in that position, and laying much of the groundwork for the establishment of the United States Forest Service in 1905. Fernows philosophy toward forest management may be traced to Heinrich Cottas preface to Anweisung zum Waldbau (Instruction in Silviculture) or Linnaeus ideas on the economy of natu...
The Great Baltimore Fire raged in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, on Sunday, February 7, and Monday, February 8, 1904. 1,231 firefighters helped bring the blaze under control, both professional paid Truck and Engine companies from the citys B.C.F.D. and volunteers from the surrounding counties and outlying towns of Maryland, as well as out-of-state units that arrived on the major railroads. It destroyed much of central Baltimore, including over 1,500 buildings covering an area of some 140 ac...
 
Regions of New Jersey, Bergen County, New Jersey, Essex County, New Jersey, Hudson County, New Jersey, Middlesex County, New Jersey, Passaic County, New Jersey, Union County, New Jersey, Economy of New Jersey, New York metropolitan area, Tourism in New Jersey, Tourism regions of New Jersey, North Jersey, Special economic zones of the United States, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from February 2011, Articles to be expanded from May 200...The Gateway Region is located in northeastern New Jersey in the United States of America. The area encompasses Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic, Union and Middlesex counties. It is the most urban part of the state, with population of more than four million, and is home to most of its larger cities, though much housing was originally developed as suburbs as part of the New York metropolitan area. It is home to Ellis Island, the gateway through which many immigrants entered the United States, many o...
HD Radio stations, Cumulus Media radio stations, Radio stations in New York City, Radio stations established in 1921, Westinghouse Broadcasting, News and talk radio stations in the United States, 1921 establishments in New York, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with citations having bare URLs, Articles needing additional references from January 2012, All articles needing additional references, Articles that may contain original research from January 2012, All articl...WABC (770 AM), known as NewsTalkRadio 77 WABC is a radio station in New York City. Owned by the broadcasting division of Cumulus Media, the station broadcasts on a clear channel and is the flagship station of the Westwood One Network (successor to Cumulus Media Networks; formerly Citadel Media and ABC Radio Networks). WABC shares studio facilities with sister stations WNSH (94.7 FM), WPLJ (95.5 FM), and WNBM (103.9 FM) above Pennsylvania Station in midtown Manhattan. Its transmitter is located i...
Hamlets in New York, Hamlets in Westchester County, New York, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Pages with citations having bare URLs, Pages containing links to subscription-only content, Articles needing additional references from January 2009, All articles needing additional references, Use dmy dates from September 2010, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from September 2011, Wikipedia article...

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Yale University, 1849 establishments in Connecticut, Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Connecticut, Buildings and structures in New Haven, Connecticut, Economy of New Haven, Connecticut, Drinking establishments in Connecticut, Federal architecture in Connecticut, National Register of Historic Places in New Haven County, Connecticut, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from May 2012, Articles that may c...Mory�s, known also as Mory�s Temple Bar, is a private club adjacent to the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, United States, founded in 1849 and housed in a clubhouse that was originally a private home built some time before 1817. Originally it was a restaurant, especially hospitable to Yale undergraduates (it extended them credit), located at the corner of Temple and Center Streets, but in 1912, when the building was to be demolished, the owner and proprietor (since 1898),...
Needham Bryant Broughton High School, or simply Broughton High School, is one of the flagship schools of the Wake County Public School System. It is located at 723 St. Marys Street, Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. Broughton was named after the Raleigh businessman and politician, Needham B. Broughton, who contributed much to the public schools of the area. Broughton is currently ranked 410th in Newsweeks list of the top United States schools. It runs on a 4x4 modified block schedule (A Da...
Educational institutions established in 1878, University of Southern Maine, New England Association of Schools and Colleges, University of Maine System, Universities and colleges in Androscoggin County, Maine, Universities and colleges in Cumberland County, Maine, Education in Portland, Maine, Education in Lewiston, Maine, 1878 establishments in the United States, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles that may contain original research from January 2015, All articles that may con...The University of Southern Maine (USM) is a multi-campus public comprehensive university and part of the University of Maine System. USMs three primary campuses are located in Portland, Gorham and Lewiston in the U.S. state of Maine. Many courses and degree programs are also offered online. Originally founded as two separate universities (Gorham Normal School, University of Maine at Portland), the two state universities were combined in 1970 to help streamline the public university system in Mai...
1970s establishments in Virginia, 1971 establishments in the United States, American Basketball Association venues, Indoor arenas in Virginia, Basketball venues in Virginia, Indoor ice hockey venues in the United States, Indoor soccer venues in the United States, Norfolk Admirals, Old Dominion Monarchs and Lady Monarchs basketball, Sports venues completed in 1971, Sports venues in Norfolk, Virginia, Virginia Squires, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from January 2012, A... Norfolk Scope is a cultural, entertainment, convention and sports complex at the northern perimeter of downtown Norfolk, Virginia, comprising an approximately 11,000 person arena, a 2,500-person theater known as Chrysler Hall, a 10,000 square foot exhibition hall and a 600 car parking garage. The arena was designed by Italian architect- engineer Pier Luigi Nervi in conjunction with the (now defunct) local firm of Williams and Tazewell, which designed the entire complex. Nervis design for the are...
College basketball venues in the United States, Sports venues in Rhode Island, Rhode Island Rams basketball venues, Sports venues in Washington County, Rhode Island, 2002 establishments in Rhode Island, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from August 2013, All articles needing additional references, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases, Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from January 2014, All articles wi...
 
Cities in Vargas (state), Populated places established in 1577, Port cities in the Caribbean, Port cities in Venezuela, Ports and harbours of Venezuela, La Guaira, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from January 2012, Articles to be expanded from December 2008, All articles to be expanded, Geography articles needing translation from Spanish Wikipedia, Articles containing Spanish-language text, Commons category template with no category se...
Antioquia Department, Departments of Colombia, States and territories established in 1826, 1826 establishments in Gran Colombia, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from August 2015, CS1 Spanish-language sources (es), Use dmy dates from October 2011, Articles needing additional references from August 2010, All articles needing additional references, Articles containing Spanish-language text, Settlement articles requiring maintenance, Artic...The Department of Antioquia (Spanish pronunciation: [an�tjokja]) is one of the 32 departments of Colombia, located in the central northwestern part of Colombia with a narrow section that borders the Caribbean Sea. Most of its territory is mountainous with some valleys, much of which is part of the Andes mountain range. Antioquia has been part of many territorial divisions of former countries created over the present day territory of Colombia, and prior to the Colombian Constitution of 1886, An...
Railway-related listings on the National Register of Historic Places, Defunct Hawaii railroads, National Register of Historic Places in Hawaii, 3 ft gauge railways in the United States, Narrow gauge railroads in Hawaii, Former Class I railroads in the United States, Transportation in Honolulu County, Hawaii, Historic American Engineering Record in Hawaii, Railway companies established in 1889, Railway companies disestablished in 1947, 1889 establishments in Hawaii, 1947 disestablishments in Hawa...
Districts of Glasgow, Gorbals, Housing estates in Glasgow, Irish diaspora in Scotland, Slums in Europe, Hidden categories:, Use British English from May 2015, Use dmy dates from December 2011, Articles needing additional references from March 2008, All articles needing additional references, Articles with OS grid coordinates, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from December 2014, Articles to be expanded from May 2012, All articles to be expanded, All articles with un...The Gorbals is an area on the south bank of the River Clyde in the city of Glasgow, Scotland. By the late 19th century it had become over-populated and adversely affected by local industrialisation. Many people lived here because their jobs provided their homes and they could not afford their own. It became widely known as a dangerous slum associated with the problems of drunkenness and crime. It was subject to efforts at redevelopment, which contributed to more problems such as homelessness and...
Areas of Edinburgh, Old Town, Edinburgh, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from April 2007, All articles needing additional references, Articles needing additional references from December 2011, EngvarB from January 2014, Use dmy dates from January 2014, Pages using infoboxes with thumbnail images, Articles containing Scots-language text, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2015, Commons category with local link same as on...
Hotels in Ireland, Maynooth, Houses in the Republic of Ireland, Buildings and structures in County Kildare, Golf clubs and courses in the Republic of Ireland, Hotels in County Kildare, Visitor attractions in County Kildare, FitzGerald dynasty, Hidden categories:, EngvarB from October 2013, Use dmy dates from October 2013, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2009, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2015, Articles needing additional refe...
Towns in County Durham, Railway towns in England, Places in the Tees Valley, Darlington (borough), Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from April 2014, Use dmy dates from March 2015, Use British English from September 2013, Articles with OS grid coordinates, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2015, Articles needing additional references from January 2015, All ar...Darlington is a market town in County Durham, in the North East of England and is also part of the Tees Valley region. It is the major settlement in the unitary authority and borough of Darlington, with a resident population of 106,000 in 2011. The town lies on the small River Skerne, a tributary of the River Tees, not far from the main river. The town owes much of its development to the influence of local Quaker families during the Victorian era, and it is famous as the terminus of the worlds f...

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The Statue of Ludwig Mond stands outside the entrance to Mond House in Brunner Mond Works, Winnington, Cheshire, England. Ludwig Mond was born in Germany but spent most of his working life in England. He moved to England in 1862 and joined the business of John Hutchinson in Widnes. Wishing to develop a better process for the production of alkali than the Leblanc process, he joined in partnership with John Brunner, who also worked for Hutchinson, to improve the ammonia-soda process, building a fa...
Eccleston Quarry is a mile south of Eccleston, Lancashire. It is also called Eccleston Delph and Eccy Delph (pronounced ekky). It is an old stone quarry that flooded. It is a popular site for scuba diving. Visibility is generally very poor and ropes have been strung between each underwater feature to aid navigation, since traditional compass methods are all but impossible in the murky waters. Though much work has been undertaken to improve visibility in the recent past. In 2010 it has been notic...
Market towns in Lancashire, West Pennine Moors, Chorley, Towns in Lancashire, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from January 2014, CS1 Hungarian-language sources (hu), Articles needing additional references from June 2011, All articles needing additional references, Articles with OS grid coordinates, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from August 2012, Articles with unsourc...Chorley is a market town in Lancashire, in North West England. It is the largest settlement in the Borough of Chorley. Chorley is located 8.1 miles (13 km) north of Wigan 10.8 miles (17 km) south west of Blackburn, 11 miles (18 km) north west of Bolton 12 miles (19 km) south of Preston and 19.5 miles (31 km) north west of Manchester. As in much of Lancashire, the towns wealth came principally from the cotton industry, although it also became a major market town due to its central location betwee...
Railway towns in England, Towns in Cheshire, Crewe, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from February 2010, Use British English from January 2014, Use dmy dates from January 2014, Articles containing Welsh-language text, Articles with OS grid coordinates, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2015, Vague or ambiguous time from April 2015, Articles with unsourced stateme...Crewe- kru�- is a railway town and civil parish within the unitary authority area of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. the area has a population of roughly 84,000. Crewe is perhaps best known as a large railway junction and home to Crewe Works, for many years a major railway engineering facility for manufacturing and overhauling locomotives, but now much reduced in size. From 1946 until 2002 it was also the home of Rolls-Royce motor car production. The Pyms Lane fac...
 
Corkscrew was a steel roller coaster manufactured by Dutch company Vekoma. The coaster was located in the Ug Land area of Alton Towers in Staffordshire, England. It was the parks oldest ride and is considered the greatest factor in promoting the new theme park to the British public. It was one of the first double-inverting coasters in Europe (the first in the UK), so it received much publicity and avid popularity in the 1980s. Waiting times for the ride frequently reached 6�9 hours during the ...
The Brecon Beacons (Welsh: Bannau Brycheiniog) is a mountain range in South Wales. In a narrow sense, the name refers to the range of Old Red Sandstone peaks popular with walkers which lie to the south of Brecon. Sometimes referred to as the central Beacons they include South Wales highest mountain, Pen y Fan. The range forms the central section of the Brecon Beacons National Park (Parc Cenedlaethol Bannau Brycheiniog), a designation which also encompasses ranges both to the east and the west of...
Beam is an historic estate in the parish of Great Torrington, Devon, England. Beam House is situated about 1 1- 2 miles north-west and downstream of that town, on the right-bank of the River Torridge. Both the Rolle Canal and the railway crossed the river nearby. It occupies a particularly beautiful setting, described by Lauder (1986) thus: For lovers of rivers and woodland there can be few lovlier settings for a house than this. Steeply wooded banks shelter the valley and the house is situated ...
Anglo-Saxon cathedrals, Anglican cathedrals in England, Churches in Staffordshire, Lichfield, Visitor attractions in Staffordshire, Grade I listed cathedrals, Grade I listed churches in Staffordshire, English Gothic architecture in Staffordshire, Diocese of Lichfield, Burial sites of the House of Icel, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from December 2011, All articles needing additional references, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles...
Buildings and structures completed in 1490, 15th-century churches, Anthony Salvin buildings, Anglican cathedrals in England, Anglo-Saxon cathedrals, Church of England churches in Mendip, Diocese of Bath and Wells, English Gothic architecture in Somerset, Grade I listed buildings in Mendip, Grade I listed cathedrals, Visitor attractions in Somerset, Wells, Somerset, Libraries in Somerset, Hidden categories:, CS1 maint: Extra text, Pages with login required references or sources, Articles incorpor...Wells Cathedral is a Church of England place of worship in Wells, Somerset, dedicated to St Andrew the Apostle, and is the seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells. As with other cathedrals, it is the mother church of the diocese and contains the bishops throne (cathedra). The present building dates from 1175 to 1490, an earlier church having been built on the site in 705. It is moderately sized among the medieval cathedrals of England, falling between those of massive proportion, such as Lincoln an...
Street is a large village and civil parish in the county of Somerset, England. The 2011 census recorded the parish as having a population of 11,805. It is situated on a dry spot in the Somerset Levels, at the end of the Polden Hills, 2 miles (3.2 km) south-west of Glastonbury. There is evidence of Roman occupation. Much of the history of the village is dominated by Glastonbury Abbey until the Dissolution of the Monasteries, and indeed its name comes from a 12th-century causeway from Glastonbury ...
1642 in England, Battles of the English Civil Wars, Conflicts in 1642, Military history of Middlesex, Battles and military actions in London, 17th century in Middlesex, Hidden categories:, EngvarB from November 2013, Use dmy dates from November 2013, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from January 2014, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference, Wikipedia articles incorporating text from th...The Battle of Turnham Green occurred 13 November 1642 near the village of Turnham Green, at the end of the first campaigning season of the First English Civil War. The battle resulted in a standoff between the forces of King Charles I and the much larger Parliamentarian army under the command of the Earl of Essex. In blocking the Royalist armys way to London, however, the Parliamentarians gained an important strategic victory as the standoff forced Charles and his army to retreat to Oxford for s...

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 Whickham School is a secondary school with academy status in the north-east of England, near the city of Newcastle upon Tyne. Formerly Whickham Comprehensive School, it first opened its doors in 1962 as a replacement for the small, all-age Victorian school in the village centre. A much larger school was required due to the large house building programme that was taking place. It holds around 1700 pupils between the ages of 11-19 and has 300 members of staff. It offers a range of vocational and t...
Bedford Castle was a large medieval castle in Bedford, England. Built after 1100 by Henry I, the castle played a prominent part in both the civil war of the Anarchy and the First Barons War. The castle was significantly extended in stone, although the final plan of the castle remains uncertain. Henry III of England besieged the castle in 1224 following a disagreement with Falkes de Breauté; the siege lasted eight weeks and involved an army of as many as 2,700 soldiers with equipment drawn from ...
 
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  Lodgepole Creek is a tributary of the South Platte River, approximately 278 miles (447 km) long, in the U.S. states of Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado. Lodgepole Creek drains a basin in the interior of a low plateau which lies between the South Platte Basin and the North Platte Basin in the southeastern corner of Wyoming, the southern edge of the Nebraska Panhandle and several small portions of northeastern Colorado. As its name implies, Lodgepole Creek is a very small stream; for nearly all of its length it flows through the semiarid High Plains. The Lodgepole Creek Valley has been a major transportation route for over 100 years; the line of the original transcontinental railroad, the Lincoln Highway/U.S. Highway 30 and Interstate 80 all run along the stream for much of its length.  

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