By Felicity Trotman
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At the morning of Wednesday 21 December 1910, 889 males and boys travelled the 2 434- yard-deep shafts at Hulton Colliery, sometimes called Pretoria Pit, positioned in Over Hulton, north of Atherton, Lancashire. Sunk in 1900, the colliery was once plagued with emissions of fuel, relatively after roof falls. by way of 7.
Nantwich occupies a delightful place at the banks of the River Weaver and at the least way back to the Domesday booklet has been probably the most very important cities in Cheshire. The oldest and such a lot old of the 3 Wiches it has had a number of names through the years, a couple of being; Warmundestrou, Wich Malbank, Helath Wen, Namptwyche or just Nantwich.
Brycgstowe, 'the position on the bridge', because the Saxon founders of Bristol as soon as known as it, is a urban of future. as soon as the second one port within the kingdom and one of many wealthiest towns in Britain, it has loved centuries of prosperity in response to production, seafaring and alternate. Geographically cut up among the counties of Gloucestershire and Somerset and approached through sea in the course of the dramatic Avon Gorge, the town acquired a Royal constitution in 1155.
'Stoke Bishop has much less group of curiosity with Bristol than London has with Brighton,' said Francis Tagart from his sumptuous outdated Sneed Park mansion in January 1885. for many years it rankled with Bristolians that those that made their fortunes inside of Bristol and loved its merits contributed not anything to its premiums as they resided past the town obstacles, within the geographical region among Sneyd Park and Westbury.
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