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Initially only employing 200 men, repairs began in 1843, with the first new locomotive, the "Premier", built in 1846 in under two weeks and renamed "Great Western". This was followed by six more, with the Iron Dukes , including The Lord of the Isles , considered the fastest broad gauge engine of its day.
Cockburn Street's 1970s jeans shop heyday briefly ...
Cockburn Street's 1970s jeans shop heyday briefly reappears during shop refit ... and Richard Thomson, Mr McCarthy expanded his empire, opening the hippy orientated Great Western Trading pany ...
Western | narrative genre | Britannica
The western has as its setting the immense plains, rugged tablelands, and mountain ranges of the portion of the United States lying west of the Mississippi River, in particular the Great Plains and the Southwest.This area was not truly opened to white settlement until after the American Civil War (1861–65), at which time the Plains Indians were gradually subdued and deprived of most of their ...
20 Great Biking & Hiking Trails in Western Pennsylvania ...
Budget in a few extra days and you can spend some time in Ohiopyle State Park, one of western Pennsylvania’s most adventurous outdoor spaces. If you’re biking away from Pittsburgh, the first half of the Great Allegheny Passage is a gradual uphill climb, but once you reach the Eastern Continental Divide, it’s all downhill to Cumberland.
Chiltern Main Line
The original Great Western Railway (GWR) line from London Paddington to Birmingham was completed in 1852; in 1854 it was extended to Wolverhampton. It ran via the Great Western Main Line to Didcot and then via Oxford and Leamington Spa.Being circuitous, it could not compete with the London and North Western Railway's London Rugby Birmingham route on journey times.
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