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 BCEO - County Roads List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 London - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, and is the most populous city in the European Union Focus on London - Largest EU city Office of National Statistics.
London has an estimated population as of 1 January 2005 of 7.5 million and a metropolitan area population of between 12 and 14 million.
London's two Anglican bishops are the Bishop of London, whose see is London north of the Thames, and whose throne is in London's grandest church, the baroque St Paul's Cathedral (designed by Sir Christopher Wren), and the Bishop of Southwark, who tends to Anglicans south of the river.
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 List of roads and highways - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of articles related to roads and highways around the world.
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Notable roads and streets in London - List of London roads
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 London travel guide - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
London [1] is the capital and largest city of both the United Kingdom and of England, and the largest European city.
London's long association with the theatre, for example, can be traced back to the English Renaissance (witness the Rose Theatre and Shakespeare's Globe) and great playwrights, like Shakespeare, who made London their home.
London is easily the largest city in the country, eight times larger than England's 'second' city, Birmingham, and dominates the economic, political and social life of the United Kingdom (much to the annoyance of people in "the provinces" - i.e.
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 BBC NEWS | England | London | London roads 'risk' for children
London is the most dangerous city for schoolchildren to cross the road in England and Scotland due to a lack of lollipop people, a survey has found.
Nottingham was second on the list with 52% of schools without patrols, and Leicester was sixth with 32% unmanned.
Unsociable hours, poor pay and road rage were blamed by staff and managers for hampering recruitment.
news.bbc.co.uk /go/rss/-/1/hi/england/london/4303634.stm   (230 words)

 UK Roads: London Inner Ring Road
A glance at the diagram shows that all the radial roads are still in existence, with the exception of the M12 which is still the A12 of course.
You can actually trace the path of the road through Middlesex very easily as the North Orbital Road is still named as such (try looking it up in the index of a London A-Z or on Streetmap).
It is unclear exactly where the road would have gone from here (it's beyond the boundary of the diagram), but the A414 has long been an unofficial north-of-London bypass and indeed it has primary status.
www.pberry.plus.com /ukroads/ring_roads/london.html   (1516 words)

 London Britain Township, Chester County Pennsylvania
The Township of London Britain was organized in 1725 from a tract of land belonging to the London Company of Great Britain.
London Britain is bordered by Maryland on the south and Delaware on the east.
There are 9 square miles in the Township with approximately 3000 residents living in 1000 households, 35 miles of Township roads and 1250 acres in the State owned White Clay Creek Preserve.
www.londonbritaintownship-pa.gov /history.php   (166 words)

 BBC NEWS | England | London | London dominates pollution list
The CSP found Cromwell Road, in west London, was also another area where levels were high.
The CSP measured the levels of nitrogen dioxide in 100 areas around the UK and found the average level was 32 micrograms per cubic metre in 2004.
While London dominated the list of pollution hotspots one kerbside in Glasgow notched up 70mg followed by a road in Bury, Lancashire, which had 68mg.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/london/4187131.stm   (267 words)

 London's road pricing hit-list Evening Standard (London) - Find Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
THE 10 roads in London most likely to face congestion charges are named today.
The list issued by the RAC follows this week's announcement by Transport Secretary Alistair Darling that he is willing to make the capital a "guinea pig" for a national network of road-pricing.
Transport for London is trialling a "tag and beacon" system in part of the existing congestion charging zone, so cars can be automatically debited.
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 Pepys' Diary: Maps of London
"The population of London had increased from 80,000 in 1500 to 250,000 in 1600 and 375,000 in 1650." from:
If you use Google Earth, then get this overlay map of London in 1690: http://digitalurban.blogspot.com/2006/01/london-google-earth-1690.html A little later than the diary, but worth it for being able to compare with modern London.
London ca 1560 — before Sam’s time, but most features would still have been relevant in the 1660s (before 1666 that is).
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 Amazon.com: The Lawless Roads (Penguin Classics): Books: Graham Greene,David Rieff   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Now with a new introduction by David Rieff, The Lawless Roads is the result of Graham Greene’s expedition to Mexico in the late 1930s to report on how the inhabitants had reacted to the brutal anticlerical purges of President Calles.
The Lawless Roads is the second non-fiction travel book of Greene's that I've read, and the other, Journey Without Maps was also a great book about travel in Africa.
In The 'Lawless Roads' we briefly meet the characters in the later novel - the 'Whisky Priest', the sweating dentist, the 'Mestizo' with two yellow fangs.
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 Major roads of Great Britain
It seems that too many people think of a road as just a road, rather than something with a bit of character (OK, admittedly a few are a bit monotonous, but not that many).
No wonder motorway driving is thought of as dull and so many people are anti-roads.
Additions to the numbering page: an unlikely C road from Tony Priest; an anomaly of J10 of the M90 by Fraser Smith; musings on the A939 and B939 by Fraser Smith.
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 London Free Press: Two area roads hit Ontario's worst list
London Free Press: Two area roads hit Ontario's worst list
Albert Street in Norwich took first place on the Ontario's Worst Roads list released yesterday after votes from 11,000 people across the province.
London's Western/Wharncliffe Road is 17th on the index, compiled by several groups, including the CAA and the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
www.canoe.ca /NewsStand/LondonFreePress/News/2004/11/23/726574.html   (275 words)

 BBC - London - Travel
Get travel information for London's busiest motorway - updated 24 hours a day.
Train info, updates and timetables for the London region
BBC London, PO Box 94.9, Marylebone High St. London W1A 6FL.
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 Passenger List - Trafalgar, London & Plymouth to Adelaide, 1849
Kindly transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below.
Wednesday January 17th, 1849:- the barque Trafalgar, 718 tons, Richardson, Master, from London and Plymouth.
note: where maiden name of wife is indicated, it has been included in the given name column within () ; the passenger list comprises three sections arranged alphabetically, i families, ii single men, iii single women and children ; transcriber notes in italics
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