Stoke-on-Trent

work Stoke-on-line publisher Stoke-on-Trent City Council accessdate 13 November 2006 Rail thumb left Stoke-on-Trent railway station, built 1848. (Image:Stoke-PB160864.JPG) Stoke-on-Trent railway station is a mainline station on the Stafford-Manchester Line (part of the West Coast Main Line between Manchester and London) and the Crewe-Derby Line. Virgin (Virgin Trains) Pendolino train 390029 is named after Stoke-on-Trent. The other railway stations

in the city are Longport (Longport railway station) and Longton (Longton railway station) both on the Crewe-Derby Line. Etruria station (Etruria railway station) was closed in September 2005. Bus Local public transport is provided almost exclusively by bus. Bus services are mainly operated by Potteries Motor Traction (First Potteries), now owned by FirstGroup under the name First Potteries. There are also several smaller companies operating bus services in the city

of the M6, Crewe, Northwich and Sandbach are served by the A54 (A54 road), A51 (A51 road), A49 (A49 road), A533 and A530 roads, these all eventually link up connecting the towns to the larger cities, including Stoke-on-Trent to the south. To the east of the M6 in Cheshire lies the Peak District, and towns such as Macclesfield and Congleton which are served by the A6 (A6 road (Great Britain)), A537, A536, A34 (A34 road (Great Britain)), A523 and A566 roads


Derby

and contributed to Plimsoll's re-election as an MP. 20th century to present day An industrial boom began in Derby when Rolls-Royce (Rolls-Royce Limited) opened a car and aircraft factory in the town in 1907. In 1923, the Midland Railway became part of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway with headquarters in London. However, Derby remained a major rail manufacturing centre, second only to Crewe (Crewe Works) and Wolverton (Wolverton railway works). Moreover it remained a design

on . Considered a British icon, The Spitfire and Merlin icons.org.uk. Retrieved: 14 August 2009 the Merlin was one of the most successful aircraft engines of the World War II era, and many variants were built by Rolls-Royce in Derby, Crewe and Glasgow, Pugh 2000, pp. 192–198. as well as by Ford of Britain at their Ford Trafford Park Factory

aero engine (aircraft engine) facility was located at Derby, the need for increased output was met by building new factories in Crewe (Bentley Crewe) and Glasgow and using a purpose-built factory of Ford of Britain in Trafford Park Manchester. Pugh 2000, pp. 192-198. ''Look Back in Anger'' Written in seventeen days in a deck chair on Morecambe pier where Osborne was performing in a creaky rep show called ''Seagulls over Sorrento'', '' Look Back


Metropolitan Borough of Knowsley

; The unit was towed to Crewe Works and repaired.


Dresden, Ontario

Station, Fletcher, Florence, Glenwood, Grande Pointe, Guilds, Highgate, Holiday Harbour, Huffman Corners, Jeannette, Jeannette's Creek, Kent Bridge, Kent Centre, Lake Morningstar, Louisville, McKay's Corners, Merlin (Merlin, Ontario), Mitchell's Bay, Morpeth (Morpeth, Ontario), Muirkirk, Mull, New Scotland, North Buxton, North Thamesville, Northwood, Oldfield, Oungah, Ouvry, Pain Court (Pain Court, Ontario), Palmyra, Pardoville, Pinehurst, Port Alma, Port Crewe, Prairie Siding, Quinn, Raglan


Barry Island

: ''Made in Crewe: 150 Years of Engineering Excellence'',p. 65 ISBN 0-9552868-0-8 Restoration began in earnest, though with many components missing, the most expensive of which being the Caprotti valve gear, it took 13 years of effort on the part of enthusiasts, with assistance in the guise of sponsorships from industry, to return the locomotive to near as-built condition. One of the very few compromises made was replacing the previous steel cylinders with Ductile iron spheroidal


Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

) is a professional football (football (soccer)) player from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. He is best known for his spells with Torquay United and Crewe Alexandra (Crewe Alexandra F.C.). He has also played internationally for his country (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines national football team). '''Rodney Jack''' (born September 28, 1972 in Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) is a professional football (football (soccer)) player from Saint Vincent

and the Grenadines . He is best known for his spells with Torquay United and Crewe Alexandra (Crewe Alexandra F.C.). He has also played internationally for his country (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines national football team). Twelve of the fifteen members of CARICOM plus Cuba and the Dominican Republic signed the agreement on 7 September 2005. The nations signing the agreement were Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Belize, Cuba, Dominica, the Dominican Republic


Liverpool

immigrated to the UK, a large number of them settling in the North West. Places such as Crewe as well as larger cities make Polish (Polish language) written information available for the public, to much controversy. Other immigrant languages with a presence in the North West are Spanish (Spanish language), mainly amongst the Latin American (Latin American Briton) communities in Liverpool and Manchester, as well as various other Eastern

Europe an and Asian languages. thumb left 200px Liverpool (File:Liverpool city centre skyline.jpg) skyline across the River Mersey thumb right 200px Manchester (File:ManchesterCore.PNG) city centre at night Regionwide the principal road link is the M6 (M6 motorway), this enters the region (from Scotland) near Carlisle (Carlisle, Cumbria) in the north and leaves it (for the English Midlands) near Crewe in the south. It connects such towns and cities as Penrith

Trains to London Euston (Euston Station) via Crewe (Crewe station); Arriva Trains Wales to Manchester Piccadilly via Warrington Bank Quay and Cardiff Central (Cardiff Central railway station) Birmingham New Street (Birmingham New Street railway station) via Wrexham General (Wrexham General railway station); Northern Rail to Manchester Piccadilly via Northwich (Northwich railway station); Merseyrail to Liverpool on the Wirral Line. The last woman


Blackpool

– singer * Chris Lowe – musician – (Pet Shop Boys) * Andrew Lyons – footballer (Crewe Alexandra (Crewe Alexandra F.C.), Wigan Athletic (Wigan Athletic F.C.)) * John Mahoney – actor (''Frasier''), educated at St Josephs formerly on Newton Drive * Sir Stanley Matthews (1915–2000) - footballer (Blackpool F.C.) (the Seasiders)from 1947 to 1961. The 1953 FA win against Bolton Wanderers was called the Matthews Cup Final. * Gavin McCann – footballer ( Bolton

include Bournemouth, Brighton, Cardiff, Nottingham, Edinburgh, Blackpool, Newcastle upon Tyne and London. Early life and career Yvette Fielding was educated at Pownall Green Primary School and Bramhall High School in Bramhall, Stockport, Greater Manchester. She also attended Hillcrest Grammar School, Davenport (Davenport, Greater Manchester) and Dane Bank College (South Cheshire College) in Crewe (studying drama). Fielding's first major

). image Real radio.jpg (Image:Real radio.jpg) area Scotland, Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne), Sunderland (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear), Middlesbrough, Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield, Doncaster, Barnsley, Manchester, Liverpool, Crewe, Preston (Preston,_Lancashire), Blackpool, Chester, Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, South Wales, West Wales slogan ''Real good, feel good station'' - Manchester, Liverpool, Crewe


Newport, Wales

– Weston-super-Mare (Weston-super-Mare railway station) – Taunton (Taunton railway station) *Arriva Trains Wales **Manchester Piccadilly – Stockport (Stockport railway station) - Crewe (Crewe railway station) – Shrewsbury (Shrewsbury railway station) – Hereford (Hereford railway station) – Cwmbran (Cwmbran railway station) – ''Newport'' – Cardiff Central (– Bridgend – Port Talbot – Neath – Swansea – Carmarthen (Carmarthen railway station) – Haverfordwest railway station


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Sir William Stanier Community School is located in Crewe, Cheshire this Secondary School has been formed by the merger of Coppenhall High School, Crewe and Victoria Community Technology School, Crewe Following decisions by the Cheshire County Council Mark Stanyer previous Head Teacher at Victoria was appointed Head of the 1000+ pupil accomidated School. Created by JAS User:172.200.45.148


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