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by John Goodchild
- ISBN: 0901869449
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- Author: John Goodchild
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- Publisher: Wakefield Historical Publications (2002)
- Pages: 55 pages
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The Bradford, Wakefield and Leeds Railway was an independent railway company that built a line between Wakefield and a junction close to Leeds, in Yorkshire, England. It opened its main line in 1857, and was worked by the Great Northern Railway. The line shortened the GNR route to Leeds. The BW&LR later built a branch line from near Wakefield to Batley, opening in stages to 1863.
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Publication: Published January 1st 2002 by Wakefield Historical Publications. ASIN: Written in: English.
Caphouse Colliery, originally known as Overton Colliery, was a coal mine in Overton, near Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England. It was situated on the Denby Grange estate owned by the Lister Kaye family, and was worked from the 18th century until 1985. It reopened as the Yorkshire Mining Museum in 1988, and is now the National Coal Mining Museum for England.
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BARNES, John (son of Thomas Barnes of Newcastle, coal viewer, who d. 1801). b. Walker colliery near Newcastle 12 Aug. 1798; in the Soho works of Boulton and Watt 1813–15; studied at univ. 1815–17; manufacturing engineer with Joseph Miller in London 1822–35, made many engines for French steamers; constructed the Sophia Jane the first steam vessel ever employed in Australia 1831; manager of the works at La Ciotat near Marseilles 1845 to death; much improved the French steam navy; .
From the height of our observatory we see the Island of the City, looking like a ship at anchor, with its prow towards the west. On all sides the summits of religious edifices present themselves: the towers of Notre-Dame, the dome of the Pantheon, the turrets of Saint-Sulpice, the steeple of és, the gilded cupola of the Invalides, and the lofty isolated belfry of Boucherie. Read whenever, wherever.