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The Elephant Who Walked To Manchester (David Barnaby) (Local Collection P636. Just another generic book about a philosophical seagull called Jonathan who strived for more. This item is housed in our brilliant Local Collection and tells the true story of Maharajah the Elephant purchased by Belle Vue Zoo who, after wrecking the train carriage he was due to travel in, was forced to walk from Edinburgh to his new home. What completes this story so satisfactorily is that you can visit the skeleton of Maharajah in the fantastic Manchester Museum just down the road from us here in Manchester. Also check out the excellent soundtrack by Neil Diamond.
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Mary (c. 1894–September 13, 1916), also known as "Murderous Mary", was a five-ton Asian elephant who performed in the Sparks World Famous Shows circus. After killing a trainer in Kingsport, Tennessee, she was hanged in nearby Erwin, Tennessee, in 1916. On September 11, 1916, a homeless man named Red Eldridge, who landed a job as a transient hotel clerk, was hired as an assistant elephant trainer by the Sparks World Famous Shows circus
Written for Learners of English by Barnaby Newbolt. What are the most beautiful, the most interesting, the most wonderful things in the world? The Great Pyramid, the Great Wall of China, the Panama Canal – everyone has their favourites.
Written for Learners of English by Barnaby Newbolt. And there are natural wonders too – Mount Everest, Niagara Falls, and the Northern Lights, for example. Here is one person’s choice of eleven wonders. Some of them are made by people, and others are natural. Everyone knows the Grand Canyon and the Great Barrier Reef – but what about the Iguazú Falls, or the old city of Petra? Come and discover new wonders.