Historical[ edit ] The See of Canterbury was founded in by St. Christianity was carried to England by the Romans and spread throughout Britain, until the 5th century, when it waned through the departure of the Romans and the invasion by Saxons. In Pope Gregory sent Augustine as a missionary from Rome to Canterbury where a church was established and run initially by secular canons, then Benedictine monks from the late Saxon period until One of the effects was that the units of government, both of church and state, were comparatively large. England was divided into the See of Canterbury and the See of York under two archbishops. During the Medieval period there were no more than 17 bishops, far fewer than the numbers in France and Italy. Benedictine monasticism , present in England from the 6th century, was greatly extended after the Norman Invasion in There were also a number of Cistercian abbeys, but these were often in remote areas and not destined to become cathedrals. The Romanesque architecture of Normandy replaced that of Saxon England , the buildings being generally larger and more spacious, the general arrangement of monastic buildings following those of the great Abbey of Cluny. The Romanesque style , of which the English form is often known as Norman architecture , developed local characteristics.
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This remarkable veteran stretched her legs for a short time in the s. Colin White followed her. Other scenes see her in action in the Lake District.
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Thurston and fired by A. Collis and Fireman E. On Tuesday 28 January No. Sparrow and Fireman Miles. Bogie tipping wagons with continuous brakes, German Railways. Hall; also tank No. Three tank engines converted to the type were Nos. Engines condemned were tank No. The tanks of the Great Eastern Railway. They had 5ft 3in coupled wheels and 17 x 24 in cylinders.
They may be regarded as the prototypes for the Johnson Midland Railway class. They worked the Enfield and Walthamstow branches and were capable of hauling the Newmarket Race specials. No, was painted royal blue for working Queen Victoria’s train to Chingford in when she opened Epping Forest to the public.
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Etymology[ edit ] The name Monmouth is an English contraction of ‘Monnow-mouth’. The Welsh name for the river, Mynwy, which may originally have meant “fast-flowing”, was anglicised as Monnow. Indeed, the Council for British Archaeology have designated Monmouth as one of the top ten towns in Britain for archaeology.
The red background is taken form the arms of the City of Hereford and also represents the red earth of Herefordshire. The silver lion is from the arms of the City of Hereford, and in base is a .
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Here ‘Modified Hall’ No Haroldstone Hall brings an eastbound train into Castle Cary station in the early 50’s; this 8-car semi-fast is possibly the 1. Just visible beyond the station is the divergence of the line to Yeovil and Weymouth which curves left whilst the cut-off line to Cogload and Taunton continues straight ahead beneath the A road bridge. Photo Joe Moss collection, distributed by Roger Carpenter. Several buildings and business premises were badly damaged but the railway was up and running again by 11pm that same evening.
During a six week period, four separate bombing raids were carried out on Templecombe, Somerton and Chard Junction; the signal box at Castle Cary was totally destroyed and a temporary box was hastily assembled at the GWR’s signal works at Reading and installed at the junction two days later; this was later replaced by a brick-built box on 27 October, by which time repairs to the track had been completed and the GWR’s train services fully restored.
During World War 2 Castle Cary was considered by the military to be a strategic railway junction serving the large naval base at Weymouth, however fast-forward to the present day, and Castle Cary station has come under siege in a quite different way. Once a year this normally quiet country junction is besieged by thousands of passengers visiting the world-famous Glastonbury Festival just eight miles away at Worthy Farm between the small villages of Pilton and Pylle, six miles east of Glastonbury.
Regarded as a major event in British culture, the five-day festival has grown into the largest annual open air event of its kind in the world, attracting headline acts, large crowds and extensive media coverage.
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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A builder who knocked down and killed a grandfather outside Perry Barr Greyhound Stadium has a shameful criminal past, a court heard. Malcolm Williams has convictions going back 24 years – including being caught drink-driving twice, importing drugs, and driving whilst disqualified.
Two years before the fatal accident – which was caused by him speeding – he had done a speed awareness course after he was caught driving too fast. Williams’ criminal past was revealed after a jury at Birmingham crown court on Friday found him guilty of causing the death of Paul Foster by dangerous driving. Williams, 60, of Cranleigh Place, Perry Barr, had also pleaded guilty to failing to stop and failing to report an accident.
During the four-day trial, the jury heard how the collision happened at 6.
cars were involved in the M42 fog crash. Lisa Dodson, a year-old student from Chaddesley Corbett, near Stourbridge, was the driver of the Peugeot struck by the tanker.
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These winds deposit sand in coppice dunes that are critical habitat for several species, including the state and federally listed threatened species Uma inornata, a lizard. Although wind directions are generally defined in this valley, the wind field has complex interactions with local topography and becomes more variable with distance from the pass.
Local, dominant wind directions are preserved by growth patterns of Larrea tridentata creosote bush , a shrub characteristic of the hot North American deserts, and ventifacts. Exceptionally long-lived, Larrea has the potential to preserve wind direction over centuries to millennia, shaped by the abrasive pruning of windward branches and the persistent training of leeward branches. Wind direction preserved in Larrea individuals and clones was mapped at locations.
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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now High winds have blown a fence on to cars and brought down trees this morning. Several homes in the north of Cardiff have also been left without power. A yellow weather warning is in place for all parts of Wales with concern that winds of up to 75mph could batter the country just 24 hours after Storm Eleanor. A fence has come down on cars on a Cardiff street Several cars have been affected Image: The fence has come down on cars on Caerphilly Road in the Heath area of Cardiff.
Car owner Lisa Williams said: Train services running through these stations may be delayed by up to 10 minutes or revised. Disruption is expected until 6pm.