Anglo-Saxon administrative unit.
Privately owned statutory tolled undertaking which incorporates a public highway road length, one of the few remaining pre-motorway toll bridges in the UK.
The Warrington Perambulating Library has been described by historian Ian Orton as “one of the most revolutionary library advances of the nineteenth century”.
Also known as tarbh uisge in Scottish Gaelic, a mythological Scottish creature similar to the Manx tarroo ushtey.
Nursery rhyme about the best-known of the British sleep spirits, first published in 1841.
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Bridge crossing the River Dee in Aberdeen, northeast Scotland
Village and civil parish in the Wakefield District of West Yorkshire.
London Liberal evening newspaper published from 1896 until 1928, distinctive for its green newsprint.
Wharton Hall Colliery was in Little Hulton on the Lancashire Coalfield in Lancashire, north west England.