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Williamston, Michigan print that page

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The location that was later to become Williamston started as the cross -road of the Grand River and Saginaw Indian Trails. It was first occupied by a small band of the Saginaw tribe of the Chippewa People which by the mid-19th century used the area as a 'summer village' (it was not used by

Chesterfield print that page

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Chesterfield received its market charter in the year 1204, and is currently home to one of the largest open air markets in Britain. The area around the town sits over a large coalfield, which was mined from many surrounding collieries until the 1980s. Little evidence of the mining industry

Clay Cross print that page

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Until the early nineteenth century, Clay Cross was a small village, but increasing demand for coal and other minerals trebled the population by 1840 [ citation needed ] . While driving the tunnel for the North Midland Railway , George Stephenson discovered both coal and iron, which together

Market Deeping print that page

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the 17th century, its largely 15th century church dedicated to St. Guthlac and the remains of a market cross . Notable people from the town include Charles Hardwicke . Notable buildings include the Deeping Stage Hotel, the Towngate Inn and the Vine Inn. Also, the Bull Inn and Rigby's pub

Thameslink Programme print that page

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3.1 Blackfriars station 3.2 City Thameslink station 3.3 Farringdon station 3.4 King's Cross Thameslink station 3.5 London Bridge station 3.6 St Pancras International station 3.7 Other Stations 4 Other major works 4.1 Borough Market Viaduct 4.2 Bermondsey dive-under

City of London print that page

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The City of London is a small area within Greater London , England . It is the historic core of London around which the modern conurbation grew and has held city status since time immemorial . The City’s boundaries have remained almost unchanged since the Middle Ages , and it is now only

Grey market print that page

A grey market or gray market also known as parallel market [ 1 ] is the trade of a commodity through distribution channels which, while legal, are unofficial, unauthorized, or unintended by the original manufacturer. The term gray economy, however, refers to workers being paid under

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Market cross print that page

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A market cross is a structure used to mark a market square in market towns , originally from the distinctive tradition in Early Medieval Insular art of free-standing stone standing or high crosses , often elaborately carved, which goes back to the 7th century. Market crosses can be

Melton Mowbray print that page

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Promoted as the "Rural Capital of Food", Melton Mowbray is perhaps best known for its culinary specialities, being the home of the eponymous pork pie and one of the six homes of Stilton cheese . Contents 1 History 1.1 Toponymy 1.2 Early history 1.3 Roman times 1.4 Danelaw

Market East Station print that page

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The station is part of the Gallery at Market East , a shopping mall built as part of an urban renewal project in the late 1970s and early 1980s. There are several entrances to the station, including several on the concourse level to the "Gallery II" part of the mall. After the Convention Center