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  Camden (town), New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The population of Camden in 1920 was 354.
McConnellsville Elementary in the town of Vienna, and
Camden -- The Village of Camden is at the junction of Routes 13 and 69.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Camden_(town),_New_York   (575 words)

 Camden Town - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Camden town is an inner-city district located 2.3 miles (3.7 km) north north-west of Charing Cross, famous for its crowded market and as a centre for alternative lifestyles.
Camden College of English is the oldest language school, situated on Chalk Farm Road, and is a famous landmark with it's enormous wisteria plant that almost covers the school.
Camden Town Underground station was not designed for the volume of traffic it now attracts, is very crowded all weekend, and is closed to outbound passengers on Sunday afternoons, the peak time, for reasons of safety.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Camden_Town   (1666 words)

 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Camden Town tube station   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Camden Town tube station is a major crossover point for the two branches of the Northern Line and the busiest station on the entire London Underground.
Camden High Street is a short stretch of road (less than 500m long, forming part of the A400) in Camden Town, in London, England.
Camden Town is one of eight London Underground stations with a deep-level air-raid shelter underneath it.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Camden-Town-tube-station   (1543 words)

 Camden Town: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Camden lock market, usually referred to simply as "camden market", is an open air market located beside regents canal in camden town, north west london that...
Camden road railway station is in the london borough of camden in north london....
Kentish town west railway station is in the london borough of camden in north london....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/ca/camden_town.htm   (2356 words)

 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Camden Town, London, England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Camden Town is a place in the London Borough of Camden.
Due to the high popularity of the Camden Market with visitors and tourists, some more mainstream businesses such as a Virgin Megastore and a Holiday Inn have moved into the area in recent years, diluting the "alternative" character that made the market popular.
Koko's, formerly known as The Camden Palace, is a major dance venue located at the south end of Camden Town High Street.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Camden-Town%2C-London%2C-England   (782 words)

 Maine Local Government - Town of Camden - Main Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Camden is a town in Knox County, incorporated as the town of Cambden (old spelling) on February 17, 1791 from the former Cambden Plantation.
Camden is located on U.S. Route 1 which dominates the main street, making it accessible to summer tourists but slow traveling for casual motorists during peak season.
The town’s landing and waterfront are picturesque and the model of a coastal town, catering to Windjammer sailing opportunities and countless personal pleasure boats.
www.maine.gov /local/knox/camden   (197 words)

 Teamsters v. Town of Camden, No. 94-33   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Town's answer, by way of affirmative defense, requests the matter be deferred to arbitration pursuant to a grievance filed by the Teamsters on December 10, 1993.
The Town argues that the parties' negotiations respecting a successor agreement are irrelevant to the question of the existence of a past practice at the time of Campbell's application.
The October 1992 version states, in pertinent part: It shall be the policy of the Town of Camden to advertise as widely as is deemed necessary to attract a qualified field of applicants.
www.state.me.us /mlrb/decisions/ppc/94-33.htm   (4677 words)

 Camden Town - Great Public Spaces | Project for Public Spaces (PPS)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Camden Town is a densely populated area, no matter what the time or day of the week.
Camden Town is easily accessible from all central London districts.
Camden Town in London is where trends are set, bands are discovered, and all types of people connect.
www.pps.org /gps/one?public_place_id=750   (605 words)

 Camden Council: Extra police powers in Camden Town given two month extension
Camden Council has agreed to extend police powers to curb crime and anti-social behaviour in the Camden Town area, North London, for a further two months from 12 October.
Camden Council has evaluated the effectiveness of the use of dispersal notices last summer. A copy of the evaluation can be found at www.camden.gov.uk
Camden Council and the police understand this can be frustrating for residents but ultimately want to get the best results - which often means gathering a dossier of evidence to get a stronger conviction.
www.camden.gov.uk /ccm/content/press/2005/press-releases-october-2005/extra-police-powers-in-camden-town-given-two-month-extension.en;jsessionid=amvFdj-mxaj_   (883 words)

 Camden Town History.
Pratts role in shaping the area is marked by a street bearing his name in the heart of modern Camden Town.
Post-war, the gradual restoration of Camden Town coincided with its emergence as centre of Greek-Cypriot settlement in London.
This cosmopolitanism is an important part of Camden Towns popularity as a centre for the Arts, media, fashion and music.
www.camdentown.co.uk /camden7.htm   (527 words)

 Camden Town Tube Station
The tiling and fittings of the age are today a recognisable and happy indicator to the location of the tube which as ever is the centerpiece of any town.
Its amazing that only several hundered yards away, £zillions have been spent on preserving old Mornington Crescent Tube, and yet with Camden Tube the prospected redesign is based only on a utter and complete flattening, replacing the landmark with a hideous monolith, in a design more in common with a supermarket.
Camden's victorian tube architecture is brilliant, and should be preserved in its entirety for all time, but I think these town planners will destroy absolutely anything for their own self satisfaction, so the outlook for dear old Camden Tube Station looks mighty grim.
www.geocities.com /londondestruction/camden.html   (445 words)

 Camden Town, London Hotels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Camden Town, located in northern London, is most famous for its markets, which attract thousands of people to Camden every weekend.
The Holiday Inn Camden Lock is a modern, stylish hotel, located right in the heart of fashionable Camden town, and directly adjacent to the famous Regents Park Canal.
The Camden Lock Hotel is situated in Camden Town, with the nearest underground station being Chalk Farm on the Northern line.
www.point-travel.com /london/hotels-camden-town.htm   (331 words)

In a break with the long-standing practice of Camden office holders to refuse comment on any personnel issues, council member Mark Babbitt and Mayor Scott G. Nichol said last week that was not the reason she was fired.
The suit allows that the stated reasons for her firing were “unacceptable conduct and performance as a Town of Camden employee over several months and a recent altercation” involving a “fellow Town of Camden employee,” but in it Denney denies that these are the reasons her employment was terminated.
Denney’s lawsuit asks that the Court issue an injunction directing the Town of Camden to reinstate her employment as Town Administrator; that she be awarded back pay from Aug. 16, 2001 to the date of her reinstatement, plus compensation for her accrued comp.
www.doverpost.com /PostArchives/10-17-01/pages/term.html   (1648 words)

 BBC NEWS | England | London | In the market for a new station
He and other objectors say Camden Market is crucial to the local economy and, without it, LU's predictions for ever-increasing passengers may fall well short of reality.
Among objectors was the Keep It Camden campaign, whose spokesman Steve Lucas argued vocally for the whole nine-week inquiry to be webcast and archived, so those who were not able to attend could watch the show.
There is the Camden Town Conservation Area Advisory Committee, the Camden Civic Trust, the Camden Town Urban Design Improvement Society, the list goes on.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/london/3477093.stm   (721 words)

 Suit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Joan Denney, the former town manager of Camden, who is suing the town over her firing in September, said Friday she anticipates the case will go to trial sometime in fall 2002.
Denney, she filed litigation against her former employer, the Town of Camden and others, as a result of what she alleged was her improper termination from her position.
Denney’s leaving the Town of Camden may require a substantial time commitment on her behalf and that dealing with the allegations made both by her and by others might distract from her fulfillment of her new duties as the Town Manager for Elsmere.”
www.doverpost.com /PostArchives/11-21-01/pages/suit.html   (377 words)

 The Camden Town Murder - Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
On the morning of September 12, 1907 the body of Emily Dimmock was found in her rented rooms in Camden Town, North London.
This is the story of Emily's life; along with an account of the times in which she lived and the circumstances surrounding her death.
A recent survey by Discovery Channel ranked the Camden Town Murder as Britain's third most famous unsolved murder after the Whitechapel killings of Jack the Ripper and The Peasenhall Mystery of 1902.
www.johnbarber.com /CTM/intro.html   (509 words)

 Camden Town Hotels, Greater London Hotels, England Hotels, UK, GB
The Camden Lock Hotel is situated in London's Camden Town Our hotel is within walking distance of London Zoo and we are very close to the Camden Market.
Camden Town has a large international feel to it with Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and Greek restaurants and bars all within walking distance of the hotel, this multi national culture makes the surrounding area one of the trendiest in London.
The Holiday Inn Camden Lock is a modern purpose-built hotel on the historic and famous Regents Park Canal in London.
www.bookmark-hotels.co.uk /greater-london-hotels/camden-town-hotels.htm   (1281 words)

 Camden Town
Camden Town is the "alternative" center of London.
The London Furry scene meets in Kentish Town, a short walk from Camden Town and the London Satanists community hold meetings in locations in Camden.
Slimelight, the most significant and large alternative club in London is not far from Camden on the Bank branch of the Northern Line.
www.vexen.co.uk /alternative/camden.html   (748 words)

 Camden New York   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Camden, New York is one of those special places.
Blessed with a bounty of woodlands and streams whose beauty changes with the seasons, and with the Victorian charm of its many historic homes, Camden has delighted its visitors for generations.
About neighbors joining neighbors in the celebration of life.Perhaps that is why anyone who visits Camden feels as though they have come home.Visit Camden here on the web or in person, and we're sure you'll feel her warmth.
www.camdenny.com   (197 words)

 The Camden Town Murder - Walter Sickert and Patricia Cornwell   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
She hopes to prove that not only was he Jack the Ripper but the Camden Town murderer as well.
Sickert lived in Camden and he painted a series of pictures called the Camden Town Murders, based on the Ripper victims.
He concludes that there is nothing to link the Camden Town Murder with the Ripper killings and offers strong evidence to suggest that the final murder of Mary Jane Kelly was not that of the serial killer at all.
www.johnbarber.com /CTM/sickert.html   (1312 words)

 Camden Town Estate Agents London : Goldschmidt & Howland
Camden Town Estate Agents London : Goldschmidt & Howland offer property to buy and let, apartment flats to rent & family homes in Camden Town.
Until the 19th century, Camden Town was a rural area on the outskirts of London.
Nevertheless, it continued to attract artists, and in 1911, the Camden Town Group was formed by Walter Sickert.
www.g-h.co.uk /area.php?page=33   (276 words)

 Camden Town - Destinations National Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
Camden seems full of pubs and clubs, and yes there are.
Camden, or rather Camden Town (to distinguish this area from the whole borough!), is most famous for the markets which cover whole swathes of Chalk Farm Rd, from Camden Tube Station, past the Lock to the Stables Market.
The markets each have their own particular characteristics and specialities and are open at different times during the week, some, such as the lock and stables...
www.dooyoo.co.uk /destinations-national/camden-town   (308 words)

 The Camden Town Group of Painters: Artists and their Works
The Camden Town Group of Painters: Artists and their Works
The Camden Town Group was a group of artists inspired by the dark and impressionistic paintings and engravings of Walter Sickert's, who worked in this working-class section of London.
The group held three exhibitions at Carfax Gallery in 1911 and 1912.
www.artcyclopedia.com /history/camden-town-group.html   (86 words)

 BBC NEWS | England | London | Second Tube train derailed
About 200 people were moved to safety after a carriage left the tracks and hit a wall as it pulled into Camden Town station in north London just after 1000 BST on Sunday.
Camden is one of London's busiest stations at the weekend because of its popular markets.
Camden station remains closed until further notice, with the Northern Line severely disrupted.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/london/3204794.stm   (666 words)

 Camden Town, London. Famous market, lock and nightlife; the bohemian place to be and be seen
A myth held by the rest of London, is that Camden's only attraction is the large weekend market and that otherwise it only attracts single-parent teenagers, students and the homeless.
In reality, the rich, the poor, the could be either and would be neither, are all co-existing in an area that stretches from the white mansions of Regent's Park to the big estates on the way to Euston.
And with a couple of well stocked bookshops, cheap market clothes, shoes and records, tucked away cafes and cheap eats, the park, the canal and regular night bus services, it is no surprise that the students have moved in.
www.londonnet.co.uk /ln/guide/about/placescamden.html   (445 words)

 "Camden.html"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Camden was incorporated on the 17th of February, 1791 and divided into Rockport and Camden on the 25th of August, 1891.
It is situated on the coast at the intersection of Highways #1, #105, and #52.
The Courier-Gazette Genealogist Columnist is Marlene Groves c/o 'Your Side of the Family', Courier Gazette, Box 249, Rockland, ME 04841 or phone her at 207-594-4293.
members.aol.com /vsena/knox/Camden.html   (617 words)

 Camden Town London in directory.co.uk
A space in Camden Town, London, providing a community based resource for the Trance, Psychedelic, Goa and Acid Techno/Rave scene and a forum to help...
And there was so much drinking." It's a sun-kissed Friday morning in Camden Town, north London.
Julian and Nige in the Spread Eagle, Camden Town Inside the Venue: Julian, Assaf, Duncan, Nige The Lumiere Brothers kicked off proceedings...
www.directory.co.uk /Camden_Town_London.htm   (208 words)

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