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  Walking near Peebles - The John Buchan Way
Indeed one end of the path is at the John Buchan Centre in Broughton, just two miles from the Glenholm Guest House and Glenholm Wildlife Project and Tea Room.
After crossing the bridge bear right passing the traffic island with its 100 year old oak tree on your left and follow the road uphill for a short section before following the waymarkers to the left which lead you through the vennels to Chambers Terrace, Craigerne Lane and eventually Tantah House.
Near Kirkton Manor the road crosses Manor Water and at the junction with the Manor valley road you turn left and follow the road to The Glack (another farm).
www.users.dircon.co.uk /~glenholm/explore/johnbuchanway.html   (1007 words)

  Broughton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the County of Chester, the Broughtons descend in the male line from Hugh de Vernon, baron of Shipbroke at the time of the Norman Conquest, whose son, Richard de Vernon was father of Adam de Napton, county Warwick, whose issue assumed their local name from Broughton in Staffordshire.
In the county of Buckingham, at the time of the Domesday survey (1086), the principal manor of Broughton was held by Walter Giffard, Earl of Buckingham, and cousin of William the Conqueror.
The name Broughton continued to be prominent among the knights and sheriffs of England for three or four centuries.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Broughton   (433 words)

 GENUKI: Broughton, Lancashire genealogy
BROUGHTON, a township-chapelry and a subdistrict, in Salford district, Lancashire; on the river Irwell, near the Bolton railway, in the parish and within the borough of Manchester.
In 1835 Broughton was a township in the parish of Manchester.
For probate purposes prior to 1858, Broughton was in the Archdeaconry of Chester, in the Diocese of Chester.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/LAN/BroughtonS   (459 words)

 Broughton, Aylesbury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Broughton is a hamlet to the east of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, England.
Broughton was first recorded as being part of the manor of Bierton in the late 13th century.
A public house and signalmen's cottages were constructed at the level crossing and the area became known as Broughton Crossing.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Broughton_Crossing   (243 words)

 Broughton - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The name Broughton is derived from the Saxon “Broc”, which means brook or broken land; and “Tun”, the dwelling or town.
In the County of Chester, the Broughton’s descend in the male line from Hugh de Vernon, baron of Shipbroke at the time of the Conquest, whose son, Richard de Vernon was father of Adam de Napton, county Warwick, whose issue assumed their local name from Broughton in Staffordshire.
In the county of Buckingham, at time of the Domesday survey, the principal manor of Broughton was held by Walter Giffard, Earl of Buckingham, and cousin of the Conqueror.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Broughton   (709 words)

 Broughton, Aylesbury -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Broughton is a (A community of people smaller than a village) hamlet to the east of (additional info and facts about Aylesbury) Aylesbury in (additional info and facts about Buckinghamshire) Buckinghamshire, (A division of the United Kingdom) England.
Broughton was first recorded as being part of the (The mansion of the lord of the manor) manor of (additional info and facts about Bierton) Bierton in the late (additional info and facts about 13th century) 13th century.
The hamlet name is (A native or inhabitant of England prior to the Norman conquest) Anglo-Saxon and means (Workplace consisting of farm buildings and cultivated land as a unit) farm by a (A natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river)) brook.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/B/Br/Broughton,_Aylesbury.htm   (422 words)

 The Seattle Times: Lewis & Clark
Broughton, a member of the George Vancouver expedition that first mapped Puget Sound, had rowed with a crew more than 100 miles up the river to Point Vancouver, where, on Oct. 30, 1792, they did two notable things.
Broughton piloted the vessel inland about 15 miles, then set out to explore the mysterious land upstream in rowboats — the same ones used for the first exploration of the San Juan Islands.
Broughton's men noted imported copper goods when they met their first natives here.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /news/local/lewisclark/intersection.html   (1976 words)

 Vancouver's Anchor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Vancouver directed Lieutenant William Broughton, the commanding officer of the Chatham, to explore those islands while he and the Discovery explored the waters to the south.
It was argued that without a doubt, the chart of Lt. Broughton was the first chart of the San Juan Islands, however scholars since have noted that Francisco Eliza and crew, aboard the San Carlos, a Spanish Brig, did the "first chart" of the San Juan's the year before in 1791.
The wind had failed and as the Chatham was crossing an unknown channel when, she was caught by the flood tide and swept helpless, to the northeastward.
www.reachone.net /~newtsuit/uasi/currentprojects/vancouver.htm   (1799 words)

 Broughton Crossing   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A public house and signalmen's cottages wereconstructed at the level crossing and the area became known asBroughton Crossing.
In the 1960s British housing boom land that belonged to the parish of Biertonwas sold to developers and the housing estate of Broughton was constructed.
All that separates Broughton hamletfrom Broughton estate today is the brook from which the hamlet first took its name.
www.therfcc.org /broughton-crossing-325426.html   (226 words)

 North of Lincoln
The hazards of a Humber crossing led the Romans to build a ford across the Trent between Marton and Littleborough and this route, via Bawtry, Doncaster and Tadcaster, became the chief road between Lincoln and York.
The straight line of the Roman road is briefly interrupted as it crosses the Moor Beck, and in the neighbouring woods.
Broughton has continued to grow since the 60s and nearby West Wood, is particularly convenient for the residents.
www.biffvernon.freeserve.co.uk /north_of_lincoln.htm   (2381 words)

 GENUKI : Broughton, St. Paul
The new parish of Broughton was formed by an Order in Council on 15 February 1909, from part of the township of Broughton, which since 1844 had been in the parish of Brymbo.
On 7 May 1921, a small part of the south of the parish went to the new parish of Southsea.
Having been formed from townships of the parish of Wrexham, the parish of Broughton was assigned to the Wrexham Registration District.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/wal/DEN/Broughton   (476 words)

 Accident Analysis & Prevention.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Broughton, Further aspects of the British index of secondary car safety, Accident Analysis and Prevention 28 (6) (1996) pp.
Broughton, The british index for comparing the accident record of car models, Accident Analysis and Prevention 28 (1) (1996) pp.
Broughton, The theoretical basis for comparing the accident record of car models, Accident Analysis and Prevention 28 (1) (1996) pp.
www.elsevier.com /cdweb/journals/00014575/viewer.htt?viewtype=authors&rangeselected=7   (792 words)

 The Reluctant Pixie Poole
That same year in February, he was crossing the Hoogley river and had a seizure which threw him over the edge of his boat.
Helen was extremely close with James Broughton, was the godmother of his child, and was very active with his theater, especially since it was where her play, San Francisco's Burning, premiered.
This period of her life was further complicated by her getting fired from the filing job she had held for ten years, as well as the torment she endured from the failure of the "composer" of San Francisco's Burning to create the music that perfectly corresponded to her vision.
wings.buffalo.edu /epc/authors/prevallet/adam.html   (2932 words)

 Browse Caselaw
As the plaintiff was crossing the street, the defendant while driving an Oldsmobile automobile westwardly caused said automobile to run into and knock the plaintiff to the ground, inflicting upon her the injuries and damages pleaded.
Because of the nature of the street, there is considerable pedestrian traffic on Broughton Street at all points, including pedestrians crossing the street from north to south and front south to north at locations which are not at the street intersections.
The petition alleged that the plaintiff was struck by an automobile being driven by the defendant while the plaintiff was crossing Broughton Street in the City of Savannah, and that the plaintiff was some six feet out into the street when the plaintiff's automobile struck her.
www.lawskills.com /case/ga/id/70082   (1373 words)

 Station Information - Bierton
The village name was first recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Bortone and means "farmstead near a stronghold" in modern English.
The hamlets of Broughton, Broughton Crossing and Burcott lie within the parish boundary.
Today with Aylesbury growing at the rate that it is, the village is at risk of becoming a suburb of the larger town.
www.stationinformation.com /encyclopedia/b/bi/bierton.html   (146 words)

 The Towne Players of Garner - Welcome to The Towne Players
Cross over the railroad tracks on New Rand Road, and turn left onto Garner Road.
Follow Broughton Street until you reach the stop sign, then turn right onto Powell Drive.
Continue straight through the traffic signal (the road turns into Broughton Street) until you reach the stop sign, then turn right onto Powell Drive.
www.towneplayers.org /pages/Directi.shtml   (356 words)

 North Yorkshire Moors Hike: Lion Inn to Great Broughton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This was a major crossing with the busy pack-horse pannier-way of Westside Road which still runs along Rudland Rigg to Kirkbymoorside in the south.
The shortest route to Great Broughton is to follow the road all the way into the village.
You can avoid returning to civilisation at Great Broughton by turning into the moors where a nearby farm (Holme Farm) provides a camping site and is just a kilometre the other way along the road.
homepages.ihug.co.nz /~fiski/nym/nym03.html   (1311 words)

 Northern Areas Council - History of Spalding - Georgetown Gulnare Yacka Narridy Huddleston Jamestown, Caltowie Tarcowie ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The pioneers of the District had many difficulties to contend with, and one that proved most troublesome was the frequent interruption of communications and supplies by swollen rivers.
At present there are ten bridges in daily use in the area, as well as many minor crossing consisting of box culverts, pipes and concrete surfaces.
However, considering the undulating nature of the area, and the presence of the Hutt, Hill and Broughton rivers and Deep and Freshwater creeks, maintaining all-weather roads throughout the area has its problems.
www.nacouncil.sa.gov.au /site/page.cfm?u=167   (1195 words)

 BROUGHTON   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Broughton is a village located in Hamilton County, Illinois.
Broughton is a village located in Paulding County, Ohio.
Master Sgt. Leonard Broughton (Left) and his son Airman 1st Class Scott Broughton witnessed together the younger Broughton's first-flight and the elder Broughton's last flight on-board a C-130 Hercules, Oct. 27.
www.websters-online-dictionary.org /definition/BROUGHTON   (1412 words)

 Broughton River
The Broughton River is a large brackish to saline stream in the Mid North of the state.
The Broughton River at Cockeys Crossing was dry for most of 2004-2005 but both edge and riffle habitats were present when sampled in autumn 2006.
The indicators that are measured in the Broughton River are nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus), turbidity and salinity.
www.epa.sa.gov.au /broughton.html   (657 words)

 Tour Broughton Vale
Details such as an interchangeable menu board, ladies hanging washing out to dry, and four of the camp children playing, are just a few of the eye catchers in these scenes.
As we head out of town, our empty log train passes the Broughton Vale Sawmill and Blacksmiths.
The basis of the model is a white metal sled from a small Keystone skidder, while weathered aluminium foil and wire simulates the rended boiler plate and boiler tubes.
www.geocities.com /loggingloco1/BVT/bvlayout1.html   (648 words)

 Rain Gardens - Spring 2001
At Prairie Crossing in Grayslake, Sands and 13 of his neighbors have created rain gardens to catch storm-water runoff and provide shelter and food for dozens of beautiful and interesting creatures.
And he was counting on the visual spectacle of dragonflies, swallowtails, monarchs, and fritillaries, along with the nightly mid-summer show put on by the fireflies that don’t seem to favor the adjacent turf grass.
At Prairie Crossing, an innovative suburban development dedicated to ecological health and conservation principles, he may have been counting on a positive reaction from his neighbors – which he certainly received.
chicagowildernessmag.org /issues/spring2001/raingardens.html   (1434 words)

 Truck rams school bus - Sun Journal
The railroad crossing is marked with lights and a crossing gate.
A small, white sign marks the crossing as exempt, but Walker said that applies to certain commercial vehicles only and that buses are still required to stop at the crossing.
Broughton speculates that some drivers may not be aware that buses are required to stop at the crossing because of the exempt sign and are surprised when they do.
www.newbernsj.com /articles/crossing_33940___article.html/bus_walker.html   (1244 words)

 Breaking step crossing bridges - Bad Astronomy and Universe Today Forum
The incident to which I was refering was when in 1850 200 French infantry men were killed when a bridge collapsed due to the forced vibrations brought on by the soldiers marching in step.
Having crossed the Millennium Bridge in London several times (it goes from the Tate Modern, a disused power station, to St. Paul's Cathedral) I was curious about this.
If the regular footsteps of a marching band were to have a frequency equal to one of the natural frequencies of a bridge which the band is crossing, a vibration of dangerously large amplitude might result.
www.bautforum.com /showthread.php?p=316590#post316590   (1354 words)

 ENRE- Environment, Natural Resources, and Energy Division of The American Planning Association   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Prairie Crossing project has taken a series of measures to reduce runoff rates, runoff volumes and pollutant loads.  In addition to voluntary source controls, these measures include integrating large-scale restored landscapes into the development as a major element of the stormwater management system.
Open space at Prairie Crossing was planned to provide stormwater management for the project.  The system called the Stormwater Treatment Train©, was designed with sequential components that contribute to the treatment of stormwater before it leaves the site.
Because of its commitment to healthy ecosystems, the Prairie Crossing development is unique in northeastern Illinois and probably most of the country.  However, the concepts of conservation development and stormwater best management practices are rapidly gaining wider acceptance among developers and regulators.
www.apa-enre.org /usingsystems.htm   (856 words)

 The Columbia River - "A Photographic Journey" - Columbia River Gorge
View from crossing the Interstate Bridge across the Columbia River.
The Interstate Bridge crosses from Bingen, Washington, to Hood River, Oregon.
Hood, Washington, was the end of the line for the Broughton Flume.
englishriverwebsite.com /LewisClarkColumbiaRiver/Regions/columbia_river_gorge.html   (1434 words)

 A Chart Shewing Part of the Coast of N.W. America   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Broughton erroneously believed that a single range of mountains to the east functioned as a continental divide; this belief was consistent with Alexander Mackenzie’s contemporary account.
The reports of Vancouver and Broughton of a navigable Columbia River and a continental divide encouraged Thomas Jefferson and others who planned Lewis and Clark’s westward crossing of the continent.
The accurate chart of the lower Columbia that Broughton produced for Vancouver proved especially useful to Lewis and Clark as they approached the Pacific coast.
www.lib.virginia.edu /small/exhibits/lewis_clark/exploring/ch4-26.html   (541 words)

 Broughton, Aylesbury - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Broughton, Aylesbury - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Today this is considered a separate hamlet from Broughton itself.
The estate is what many local people immediately think of when they hear the word 'Broughton' as it is a very popular estate on which to live.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Broughton_Crossing   (263 words)

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