An extension to the planned HS2 Hub at Toton and other longer term “potential development sites in Greater Nottingham” will also be looked at as part of the study. A plan to extend the tram network received funding from two neighbouring councils. It was revealed last week that Nottingham City Council is looking into a plan which could see the tram lines extended, and possibly even new lines added. The study, which is being led by the city council, will look at potential new routes, with one priority being an extension from Clifton to the new 3, home development on land off the A , in Rushcliffe. Read More 18ft flood defence machine to be installed on Day Brook in Old Basford An extension to the planned HS2 Hub at Toton and other longer term “potential development sites in Greater Nottingham” will also be looked at as part of the study. He said the tram could extend along the lines – which would lower the initial cost – to Gedling Country Park, where a park and ride could be built. Councillor Roger Upton is the planning and housing boss at Rushcliffe Borough Councillor, as well as representing the Radcliffe on Trent ward for the Conservatives.
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I have a couple of photographs taken in of WSMT coaches that had arrived in Manchester on the night service. They may be seen by following this link: The night service was numbered X20 and 97B on the same basis. In the summer timetable the northbound X30 took 9 hours 45 minutes end to end 9 hours 33 minutes southbound.
16/11/18 – The answer to the question regarding the location of the Bristol MW6G photo was given in in the comments under the photo and, on viewing the photo again, I have no reason to change my opinion supporting the post stating the location.
Himley Hall, which is an 18th Century Building set amongst acres of landscaped parkland. There will be a number of static displays to see including saloons, sports, American, commercial, military and classic motorcycles. All classics Number of Cars Attending: Classic cars, motorcycles, light commercials, ex – army and classic 4×4’s plus club stands.
Trade stands, autojumble plus show arena on display on the event field plus the tilting greens and the tower courtyard at the historic Hoghton Tower. Before the summer holidays end, take the opportunity to visit this exciting venue hosting the last Classic car show of Specially extending the summer season, Hoghton Tower near Preston will be packed with classic vehicles, stands and exhibits.
All items on the site are original and backed by a money back guarantee. I would be most happy to buy similar, original Home Front items, either single items or entire collections or come and see me at many of the leading militaria fairs. Their efficacy was questionable but acted as a useful deterrent and morale boosting employment of the HG. Excellent, clean condition with diagrams and gate-fold pull outs, very slight rusting of staples. Boxed roll of ” Pelmex ” ARP window strip. This transparent sellotape type of material was designed to be stuck to windows to cut down on the dangers of flying glass in the event of bomb blast.
The East Midlands is one of nine official regions of England at the first level of NUTS for statistical purposes. It consists of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire (except North and North East Lincolnshire), Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and region has an area of 15, km 2 (6, sq mi), with a population over million in
I’m blown away by the level of support from fellow rail enthusiasts in building this site. Their willingness to participate in its construction with no prospect of financial gain, just the satisfaction of being involved, is bloody marvellous. Starting in May , Derek’s input has been a massive undertaking and there have been times when the pair of us – just two bungling old geezers with a mutual love for trains and railways – were on our arthritic knees by the sheer size of it all.
And now here we are with three finished pages…or are they? The interest shown by modellers has spurred Derek to suggest a series of articles on the ‘Britannias’ that will be of particular interest to model makers Since taking early retirement, Derek’s knowledge of all things power-driven led him to making a start on correcting the many anomalies he found in books and magazines regarding the BR Class 7MT Britannias.
Derek’s research has taken him more than 6 years and his findings now run into three page on this site. This is in complete contrast to his original reservations. He commented – ‘Whilst the first group of Britannias Nos are indeed very interesting, and in some cases diverse, the history of the final batch of engines Nos is somewhat mundane by comparison, and so whilst I feel confident of filling a page with information on the first batch it would be tricky to give the same result for the remaining engines.
This is because the list of modifications diminished as they were put into the building programme and only half of these changes were required on later batches. Nevertheless there are many more photos of these later builds, primarily because enthusiasts began to realise that extinction was on the horizon, so perhaps the additional photos will remedy the imbalance I’m sure his meticulous research will become a valuable source of reference on the Internet For the benefit of the first-time visitor perhaps a brief summary of the introduction of the BR Standard Class 7 Pacifiic locomotives is the best way to start
These are the three places you want the tram to be extended to
It is named after a Tory politician The main part of the palace we see today was formerly known as Buckingham House, a townhouse built in for the Duke of Buckingham, a poet and Tory lord, before it was acquired by King George III in to be the private home of Queen Charlotte. Three additional wings around a central courtyard were added by the 19th century and Queen Victoria became the first British monarch to reside at the palace in The famous gates of the Palace, from where tourists gaze on the 18th century building Credit: It has a labyrinthe of secret tunnels beneath it There are passageways below the streets of the Westminster that connect Clarence House to Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.
He was caught by a porter with Queen Victoria’s underwear stuffed down his trousers and taken by the police. He’d also lifted some linen and a regimental sword.
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Ads are being placed all the time, so remember to pop by every now and then to see whats new. If you’re looking to buy or sell bits and pieces for your Ford car, it might also be worth doing a search on eBay, see below for a sample of what’s on there today. On this page are all the adverts placed for classic Fords, grouping together ads that can be found on the existing individual Ford model pages.
To view any of these ads in full, or place your own Ford advert, simply visit the specific model page that interests you. On there you’ll find all the ads for that particular model only, and also the form to complete if you have something for sale, or there is something that you need for your car. Placing ads is free so why not post your own ad, simply go to any of the Ford pages below. All existing entries for older Fords are listed here, by model Headlight assemblies complete for restoration – Orange australia..
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Cholmondeley Castle Cheshire Date: All classics Number of Cars Attending: Cholmondeley Castle Nr Malpas Area: Classic Shows Event Name: Ace Cafe classic mini Italian job Date:
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Please also understand, though, that we cannot do any research for you or give guidance on how to trace your family tree. There are a number of professional websites that cover this, such as www. It may help Wormleys or other people who are distantly related to us to fill in gaps in their own family trees, as the further back you go in time, the more likely it becomes that we share the same ancestors.
Some members and relatives of the Wormley family living in England in Just scroll down until you reach the chapter heading you want. The whole book is on this single home page. Granddaughter of a baron? He paid 4d Poll Tax in The Cresacres…. His tomb is in Hatfield church The last medieval John: Protector of Hatfield Chase Shocking Elizabethan sex scandals fought out in the courts Wormley shield is preserved in a castle window Christopher Wormeley:
The Anglo-Saxon settlement was originally confined to the area today known as the Lace Market and was surrounded by a substantial defensive ditch and rampart, which fell out of use following the Norman Conquest and was filled by the time of the Domesday Survey A settlement also developed around the castle on the hill opposite and was the French borough supporting the Normans in the castle. Eventually, the space between was built on as the town grew and the Old Market Square became the focus of Nottingham several centuries later.
The ditch was later widened, in the mid th century, and a stone wall built around much of the perimeter of the town.
23/12/ EYMS Tiger TS7s. In the late 40s and early 50s, we were regular travellers on the Leeds to East Coast services run jointly by West Yorkshire Road Car Co and East Yorkshire Motor Services.
Stuart took early retirement from the computer industry and joined the Beeston Camera Club in He has used quality Nikon and Fuji equipment over the years to establish his success in many awards and distinctions from Great Britain came second and he was awarded a Gold Medal. Stuart gave the members many tips and ideas to ponder such as, skies being very important in monochrome, and in studio work you can get away with one light only, which enhances the shadows in model work.
If you have a colour cast when printing Mono, make use of it e. Mono work must be no more than one colour, but may be any single colour. He projected notable street shots, pointing out this is banned in France but welcomed in Cuba, where it is actually encouraged. Using Lightroom for his library, and then across to Photoshop and Silver Efex Pro 2, he described all the possibilities one can achieve.
This was followed with a series of landscapes taken in Derbyshire, Scotland, Nottinghamshire and France, where for me a shot of a Chateau was particularly stunning. A selection of Stuart’s prints on show. Also 4 e-mailed images from Stuart below Thursday 27th July This meeting saw a presentation of prints from authors representing various photographic clubs around the UK. Margaret is a nature and wildlife photographer, and provides photographic services in Prestatyn Denbighshire North Wales.