Prefabricated ecclesiastical buildings made from corrugated galvanised iron, developed in the mid-19th century initially in Great Britain, built in Britain and exported across the world.
The tobacco smoke enema, an insufflation of tobacco smoke into the rectum by enema, was a medical treatment employed by European physicians for a range of ailments
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Armed robbery in Tottenham, North London on 23 January 1909.
The Town’s Hospital was a poorhouse in Glasgow, Scotland, founded in 1731. It occupied a site at the Old Green on Great Clyde Street, at the junction of present-day Ropework Lane.
Divisions of an ecclesiastical parish that had civil functions.
Designated Site of Biological Importance and Local Nature Reserve in Trafford, Greater Manchester.
Generally considered to be the UK’s first National Health Service hospital, and the first in the world to offer free healthcare to all.
First planned industrial estate in the world, and still the largest in Europe.
First purpose-built airfield in the Manchester area.