Bradford Colliery Brickworks operated on the site of the Bradford Colliery in Bradford, Greater Manchester, then in the historic county of Lancashire, England,
Country house on the north slope of the valley of the River Dearne in West Bretton near Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England.
Tax on bricks introduced in Great Britain in 1784 to help pay for the American War of Independence.
Coal mining company on the Lancashire Coalfield with headquarters in Walkden near Manchester.
Late medieval bridge in Ayrshire, Scotland, best known as the setting for the final verse of Robert Burns’s poem Tam o’ Shanter.
Incorporated on 13 July 1896 to operate gas-powered trams, which it worked initially on the Blackpool, St. Annes and Lytham tramway, the first such tramway in Britain.
Organisation set up by the psychiatrist John Barker in 1966 in the wake of the Aberfan disaster. Its aim was to collect premonitions from members of the public in the hope of being able to issue warnings about similar tragedies in the future.
Establishments offering education to the children of Nonconformist parents, initially run by a single teacher using the monitorial system.
The Broadspeed GT 2+2 is a Mini-based fastback-styled motor vehicle designed by Tony Bloor, Broadspeed’s sales manager.
Ghost said to haunt Raynham Hall in Norfolk, and the subject of perhaps the most famous ghost photograph ever taken.