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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Leicester Hosiery manufacture

    the very highest class of goods were still made by hand. There were an estimated 5,000 hand frameknitters in the Midland counties, of whom less than half belonged to the Hand Framework Knitters' Federation. 109 The officials of this organization

    Townships Ardwick

    reached, when its line runs east and has a second station called Ashbury 's, just on the township boundary. The Midland Company has lines connecting with the former and with the Ancoats Goods Station . There are many factories, including

    Walthamstow Transport and postal services

    electrified in 1960 , when the northern spur was removed; the Lea Bridge spur was removed in 1967 . The Midland railway's Tottenham and Forest Gate line, completed in 1894 , had stations at Blackhorse Road and Walthamstow ( Edinburgh

    Stroud Introduction

    and Brimscombe Bridge . 88 The Midland railway was brought to Stroud in 1886 by a short branch from the Nailsworth line to a station just south of the Great Western station. 89 The Midland line was closed for passenger

    Townships Didsbury

    branch to Northenden and Altrincham , and that through the centre and east from Stockport to Stretford . 3 The Midland Company's railway from Manchester to Stockport crosses the northern part of the township, and has two stations called Albert

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    called to the bar, four of whom took the oaths prescribed for members of the Roman Catholic religion. - The Midland Counties Railway Company have commenced running second-class carriages glazed, in- stead of the miserably cold and open ones used Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ciency of the regulations made by the railway companies to ensure the safety of those who travel by railways. The Midland Counties Railway Company have a book of regu- lations for the direction of their engineers, and one of those Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    English character. THE MIDLAND RAILWAY ACCIDENT. Persons who wish to understand railroad mis- management should attentively read the evidence of Matthew Kirtley in the late inquest. Matthew Kirtley is the superintendent of en- gines on the Midland Railway, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a dreadful accident was caused on the Midland line of rail- way, close by the Holmes station, where a short branch con- nects the Sheffield and Rotheram Railway, now arnalga- mated with the Midland, with the main line at Masbro. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in conformity wvith their official time tables, which the court held were in the nature of a public contract, The Midland Company have had to pay the value of eighteen baskets of herrings, sent from Yarmouth on Friday, and whicls Subscribers-only content


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