State Transit Authority

. It passed the Dowling St Depot, then tuned left into Todman Avenue, where it terminated at West Kensington (Kensington, New South Wales). The line along Crown Street closed in 1957, the remainder stayed open until 1961 to allow access to Dowling St Depot. Sydney Buses (State Transit Authority) routes 301, 302 and 303 (300 series bus routes, Sydney) generally follow the route down Crown and Baptist Sts as far as Phillip St. David R. Keenan. ''CITY LINES'' of the Sydney Tramway

). The MkII body was internally different from the MkI body although the exterior remained very much the same with the edition of a more O305 style roof line, and larger rear windows. The MkII order was started in 1978 and completed in 1981. The reason for this large order was because of the takeover of AEC (Associated Equipment Company) (most of the older fleet being AEC) left spare parts short, etc. Sydney Buses (State Transit Authority) routes 300 series bus routes, Sydney 301, 302 and 303

bus routes, Sydney 301, 302 and 303 generally follow the route down Crown and Baptist Streets as far as Phillip Street. Alexandria Line This line branched from the Botany line at the junction of Henderson and Botany Roads in Alexandria (Alexandria, New South Wales). The line proceeded down Erskineville Oval (Henderson Road, Sydney)) for short working. The line turned right into the present day Sydney Park (Sydney Park, Sydney) Road (then known as an extension of Mitchell Road


Riverview, New Brunswick

(2,208). A new four-lane Gunningsville Bridge was opened in 2005, connecting downtown Riverview (Riverview, New Brunswick) directly with downtown Moncton. On the Moncton side, the bridge connects with an extension of Vaughan Harvey Boulevard as well as to Assumption Boulevard and will serve as a catalyst for economic growth in the downtown area.

, the bridge connects with an extension of Vaughan Harvey Boulevard as well as to Assumption Boulevard and will serve as a catalyst for economic growth in the downtown area.


Digby, Nova Scotia

Bridgetown - Digby (Digby, Nova Scotia) - Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) *20px (File:Nova Scotia 2.svg) Trunk 2 (Nova Scotia Trunk 2) -- Halifax (Halifax Urban Area) - Bedford (Bedford, Nova Scotia) - Stewiacke (Stewiacke, Nova Scotia) - Truro (Truro, Nova Scotia) - Parrsboro (Parrsboro, Nova Scotia) - Springhill (Springhill, Nova Scotia) , Amherst (Amherst, Nova Scotia) *22px (Image:NSRoute302.PNG) Route 302 (Nova Scotia Route 302): Southampton, Nova Scotia


High River

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in 5,261 of its 5,473 total dwellings, a 20.6% change from its 2006 population of 10,716. With a land area of in 2011.


Calgary Region

: calgaryregion.ca crp calgary-regional-partnership about overview.html title About the Calgary Regional Partnership publisher Calgary Regional Partnership accessdate November 29, 2013 !Population (2011) 

title Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2011 and 2006 censuses (Alberta) publisher Statistics Canada date 2012-02-08 accessdate 2012-02-24 !Population (2006) 


Crowsnest Pass, Alberta

Statistics Canada accessdate 2013-02-16

sqmi abbr on , it had a population density of in 2011.


Kingdom of Iberia

Antiquity Antiquity status Kingdom (Monarchy) status_text Vassal of the Seleucid Empire (302–159 BC) and the Roman Empire (65–63 BC, 36–32 BC, 1–117 AD) empire government_type Monarchy year_start ca. 302 BC year_end

In Medieval Georgian Historiography: Early Texts And Eurasian Contexts'', pp. 141-142. Peeters Publishers, ISBN 90-429-1318-5. Pharnavaz I and his descendants Pharnavaz, victorious in a power struggle, became the first king of Iberia (List of monarchs of Caucasian Iberia) (c. 302-c. 237 BC) . According to the later Georgian chronicles, after driving back an invasion, he subjugated the neighboring areas, including a significant part of the western


Airdrie, Alberta

web title Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2006 and 2001 censuses – 100% data (Alberta) url http: www12.statcan.gc.ca census-recensement 2006 dp-pd hlt 97-550 Index.cfm?TPL P1C&Page RETR&LANG Eng&T 302&SR 1&S 1&O A&RPP 9999&PR 48&CMA 0 publisher Statistics Canada date January 6, 2010 1911 (Canada 1911 Census) 164

a population of 42,564 living in 15,024 of its 15,638 total dwellings, a 47.1% change from its 2006 population of 28,927. With a land area of in 2011.


Sylvan Lake, Alberta

and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2006 and 2001 censuses - 100% data (Alberta) url http: www12.statcan.gc.ca census-recensement 2006 dp-pd hlt 97-550 Index.cfm?TPL P1C&Page RETR&LANG Eng&T 302&SR 1&S 1&O A&RPP 9999&PR 48&CMA 0 publisher Statistics Canada date 2010-01-06 accessdate 2012-04-02 1916 115 1921 180 1926 295 1931 416 1936 652 1941 805 1946 971 1951 985 1956 1114

; In the 2011 Census (Canada 2011 Census), the Town of Sylvan Lake had a population of 12,327 living in 4,602 of its 5,595 total dwellings, a 20.3% change from its 2006 adjusted population of 10,250. With a land area of in 2011.


Amherstburg

of Lake Erie, bringing provisions from Pittsburgh to sell to them as well as in Detroit. Business became so difficult to maintain in such a disputed area, that his company went bankrupt in 1787. He went on to become superintendent at Amherstburg in 1796, but had been dismissed two


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