Article in Gloucestershire countryside, vol. 5, no.9, 1945.
|Other titles||Gloucestershire countryside.|
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Newent, a small market-town, the head of a poor-law union, county court district, and petty sessional division, and a parish in Gloucestershire. The town stands in Dean Forest, 2½ miles E of the boundary with Herefordshire, 8 S of Ledbury, 9 NW of Gloucester, and 9 E of Ross, with a station on the Gloucester and Ledbury section of the G.W.R. Sir David Gooch, the G.W.R. chairman, made the first official journey through in and it was opened in As well as taking goods and passengers it took tanks, ammunition etc. during the wars. Before the Second World War all cars had to be emptied of petrol at Pilning Station before entering the tunnel and were refilled on leaving the. Full text of "Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society" See other formats. On Aug , the state of the roads comes under review:—"Mail men, who have to drive rapidly over long distances, must ever be on the look-out for the state in which the roads are kept. "In December, , Mr. Johnson, Superintendent of Mail Coaches, had to report to the House of Commons on the 'petition of Mr. McAdam,' who was engaged.
The concreting has been suspended now as with the running season drawing rapidly to a close, we need to start getting the locos indoors again. Road 6 is the only one left to be done and that should be a relatively straight forward process when the time comes. I have received the following report and photos from Chris regarding this project. This raised the start-to-stop speed to miles an hour. So the G.W.R. then possessed the fastest booked run in the world, as the Camden-Atlantic City run did not reappear after the war in its prewar minutes timing. Matters remained thus until a new speed challenge came from Canada, which until that time had shown no high-speed tendencies. THIS WAGON COMES WITH A CHOICE OF CONFLAT G.W.R. OR S.R. Please state your preference when ordering. S.V.R. (SWANSEA VALE RAILWAY) of SWANSEA. VAN. in grey livery with a cream roof, white script Running no This railway was built to carry coal, minerals & other goods from the Swansea valley to the docks at Swansea. It carried passengers. The National Library of Australia's Copies Direct service lets you purchase higher quality, larger sized photocopies or electronic copies of newspapers pages.. Clicking on the Order now button below will open the ordering form in a new window which will allow you to enter the details of your request.
The parish register of St. John the Baptist dates from the year , but there is a lapse of four years from there is also a book containing the minutes of the vestry from to The Gloucestershire Parish Registers are available online at Ancestry, . The GWR Centenary issue of The Times rapidly became a collector's piece and was soon reprinted in book form by the GWR. This is a new impression of the book which tells of the railways history and achievements, of its social attitude and future plans. (hb) David & Charles, , pp, isbn 0 2. VG, VG (some foxing to title page) £5. Paris in Hudson and Dix scored the tries for Gloucester. Mr. George Romans, in his message to us, states that the score flattered the : Robert Iles. CHAPTER I. My Early Life in the Country. I n what is known as the Stroud Valley, Gloucestershire, or, as it was deservedly called by Queen Victoria, the Golden Valley, stands a little straggling village called the Thrupp, in which on J , I was born; but my early recollections of this beautiful valley began at a village about one mile distant, named Swells Hill, to which my parents.