4 edition of Act to authorize the Chester and Birkenhead Railway Company to extend the said railway from Grange Lane to Bridge End.... found in the catalog.
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The original Church Road garage remained in use for heavy maintenance until 2004, when it was sold to property developers and subsequently used by competitor Petes Travel!
The workings of the coal are of vast extent, giving employment to a large number of work-people. The board of trustees will hold a meeting that day, and the art exhibition will also take place. Parts of the bridge are castellated battlement design to reflect this. A Cemetery has been recently laid out and planted on the north side of the town, at Key Hill, where a large excavation in a hill of gravel renders the spot striking and even picturesque: a neat Chapel is erected for the performance of the funeral service.
These charters have been confirmed, and further ones granted by succeeding sovereigns. Branches: Liverpool, Belfast, Glasgow, Newcastle, London, Manchester, Birmingham.
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Thirty-eight were for 26-32-seater buses, 29 for 20-26seater buses, 18 for 14-20-seater buses, and 10 for 32-40-seater buses. Such an opportunity was not long in presenting itself. Stretford is the place where the Roman 'street' crossed the Mersey. 33From the year 700, this place has been gradually acquiring importance, and castles have been built and rebuilt by successive princes and possessors. They were then put on board the Great Liverpool, which left Alexandria on the 10th instant, and arrived at Malta on the 15th.
Each had its own officers and meeting-place. In 1987 Chester Road Underbridge sprung a leak and the crane was used to move the stop-planks into position on the canal to isolate the water so maintenance could take place. The inscriptions, which are of course in Latin, the language of the Romans, show that Chester was an important garrison town, and the head-quarters of the Twentieth Legion.
And be it enacted, That on all Letters not exceeding Half an Ounce in Weight, transmitted by Vessels not Packet Boats, between the United Kingdom and any Place beyond the Seas, including Ceylon, the Mauritius, the Cape of Good Hope, and the East Indies, or between any Places beyond the Seas through the United Kingdom, there shall be charged and paid for British Postage the Rates following ; that is to say, Between the United Kingdom and any Place beyond the Seas, at whatever Place within the United Kingdom the Letters may be posted or delivered, One uniform Rate of Eight-pence, and between any Places beyond the Seas through the United Kingdom, One uniform Rate of One Shilling and Four-pence : And on all such Letters, if exceeding Half an Ounce in Weight, there shall be charged and paid additional Rates of Postage, according to the Scale of Weight and Number of Rates herein-before contained, estimating and charging each additional Rate at Eight-pence or One Shilling and Four-pence, according as such Letters shall be chargeable under this Enactment, if not exceeding Half an Ounce in Weight.
1825 — Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb — Wood st• nd Skirt Grips, Dean's Tailors' lape Measures, Bedington's.
not prove to be perpetual.