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LUTON
GALWAY CITY
PORTLAOISE
SLIEVE BLOOM MOUNTAINS
MAIN TRANSPORT ROUTE
LINE
SMALL MIDLANDS TOWN
KILCORMAC
SOUTH MIDLANDS GROWTH AREA
COVENTRY CANAL
WIDER WEST MIDLANDS
EAST MIDLANDS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
EAST MIDLANDS REGION
M6 MOTORWAY
KWAZULU NATAL MIDLANDS
LOUGH REE
WEST MIDLANDS POLICE
WEST MIDLANDS METROPOLITAN COUNTY
MERCIA
WARWICKSHIRE
WEST MIDLANDS AREA
SOUTH MIDLANDS
EAST MIDLANDS TRAINS
WEST MIDLANDS CONURBATION
ZIMBABWE MIDLANDS
MIDLANDS REGION
NATAL MIDLANDS
WEST MIDLANDS COUNTY
WEST MIDLANDS REGION
MATABELELAND
TRADING
TRADE
HEART
COMPOSER
CENTRE
POPULATION
LIVE
UNITED KINGDOM
CLARA
CITIES
SERVICES
CRUISE
SOUTHEAST
BRISTOL
ROUTE
STATION
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Midlands"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The Midlands is an area of England which broadly corresponds to the early-mediaeval Kingdom of Mercia.
  2. The Midlands are drier than the coast and can be very cold in winter. (Web site)
  3. West Midlands is a constituency of the European Parliament. (Web site)
  4. The Midlands was the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and therefore also the birthplace of Britain's canal network. (Web site)
  5. But the midlands, the west, and the south of England, in spite of an absence of great elevation, contain no plains of such extent as might make for monotony.

Luton

  1. Midland Mainline services connect Luton with the Midlands and the North.

Galway City

  1. Set in the midlands, just west of the Shannon, and close to Galway City and Connemara and the northern part of County Roscommon. (Web site)

Portlaoise

  1. Portlaoise is a major commercial, retail and arts centre for the midlands.

Slieve Bloom Mountains

  1. Located in the Slieve Bloom Mountains, the town is near the midlands of Ireland. (Web site)

Main Transport Route

  1. At one time it was the main transport route from the midlands to the south of England and it is now one of the most beautiful and popular cruising canals.

Line

  1. North of the line only includes the Gokwe area of Midlands Province and the three rural Mashonaland Provinces.

Small Midlands Town

  1. Experience a virtual tour though the northern soul heritage of this small Midlands town.

Kilcormac

  1. The annual Jack Cox was held in Kilcormac on Friday 25th May and attracted a good field of athletes from around the Midlands.

South Midlands Growth Area

  1. Future population growth in the county is hoped to be concentrated around Oxford, Banbury, Bicester, Didcot and Witney, near the South Midlands growth area.

Coventry Canal

  1. The Coventry Canal is a navigable narrow canal in the Midlands of England.

Wider West Midlands

  1. Radio, and Smooth Radio 105.7 are some of the local radio stations that can be received in Dudley, also serving the wider West Midlands. (Web site)

East Midlands Development Agency

  1. The East Midlands Development Agency is based next door to the BBC on London Road in Nottingham, and now takes all funding decisions for the East Midlands.

East Midlands Region

  1. Northamptonshire is an inland county in the East Midlands region.[ 2] It contains the watershed between the Severn and The Wash. (Web site)
  2. They are part of the East Midlands region. (Web site)

M6 Motorway

  1. Prior to the construction of the M6 motorway it was the main route from the Midlands to Ipswich and to the Haven ports.

Kwazulu Natal Midlands

  1. Midlands Getaways Offer a selection of superb bed & breakfast and self-catering accommodation in the heart of the Kwazulu Natal Midlands.

Lough Ree

  1. Such incidents start legends, and stories of great pike are often associated with very large waters such as Lough Ree or Lough Derg in the midlands.

West Midlands Police

  1. Law enforcement in Dudley is carried out by the West Midlands Police and fire and rescue by the West Midlands Fire Service. (Web site)

West Midlands Metropolitan County

  1. These became part of the West Midlands metropolitan county following local government re-organisation in 1974.
  2. The County Boroughs of Dudley and Warley along with Stourbridge and Halesowen were incorporated into the new West Midlands Metropolitan county. (Web site)

Mercia

  1. Having lost much of the West Midlands to Mercia in the 6th and early 7th century, a resurgent late 7th century Powys checked Mercian advancement.

Warwickshire

  1. It used to be part of Stagecoach South Midlands along with Stagecoach in Warwickshire until March 2004.

West Midlands Area

  1. The Warwickshire ring is a connected series of canals forming a circuit around the West Midlands area of England.
  2. The Warwickshire ring is a connected series of canal s forming a circuit around the West Midlands area of England. (Web site)

South Midlands

  1. The tale was set in "the South Midlands," and the fictional Raveloe was based on the Warwickshire village of Bulkington.
  2. The Warwickshire Ring in the South Midlands looked attractive and could be circled in two weeks according to the catalog.

East Midlands Trains

  1. Operated by Midland Mainline between 1996 and 2007, it has now passed to East Midlands Trains.

West Midlands Conurbation

  1. Tamworth grew rapidly in the postwar years as it soaked up overspill from the West Midlands conurbation to the southwest. (Web site)

Zimbabwe Midlands

  1. After the chance to watch the sunrise over the Great Zimbabwe Ruins we travel to Antelope Park, just outside Gweru in the Zimbabwe midlands.
  2. Antelope Park, 10km from Gweru town centre, in the heart of the Zimbabwe Midlands.
  3. During your spare time, you will have the opportunity to take part in a range of activities and explore the stunning area of the Zimbabwe Midlands.

Midlands Region

  1. We are a canal based company covering the Midlands region.

Natal Midlands

  1. Travel through the Natal Midlands to the central Drakensberg. (Web site)

West Midlands County

  1. Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands county of England.
  2. The city of Coventry is also located within the West Midlands county, but is separated from the conurbation to the west by several miles of green belt.
  3. Since 1974, Dudley has been part of the West Midlands county. (Web site)

West Midlands Region

  1. Find homes for sale in Birmingham, Coventry, Solihull, Wolverhampton and right across the West Midlands region with HomesMidlands.com.
  2. Warwickshire is a landlocked non-metropolitan county in the West Midlands region of England.

Matabeleland

  1. The intention was ethnic cleansing in Matabeleland and the Midlands.
  2. A commission of inquiry was set up by the government to investigate the events in Matabeleland and Midlands.

Trading

  1. By 1790 the newly-completed Oxford Canal was trading with Eynsham Wharf, primarily to sell coal from the Midlands.
  2. Redrow Homes (South Midlands), based in Northampton, has delivered a meaningful contribution to profitability in its first full year of trading. (Web site)

Trade

  1. The canal was once an important artery of trade between the English Midlands and London, but is now highly popular among pleasure boaters.

Heart

  1. Various part of the Midlands (particularly Warwickshire) are somewhat poetically referred to as the Heart of England, especially in tourist literature. (Web site)
  2. South Wales has always been a popular holiday destination for the industrial Midlands, at the heart of which is Birmingham.
  3. Nestled in the heart of the Natal Midlands lies the Protea Hotel Hilton. (Web site)

Composer

  1. During the 1890s Elgar gradually built up a reputation as a composer, chiefly of works for the great choral festivals of the Midlands. (Web site)
  2. During the 1890s, Elgar gradually built up a reputation as a composer, chiefly of works for the great choral festivals of the English Midlands. (Web site)

Centre

  1. Birmingham is located in the centre of the West Midlands region of England. (Web site)

Population

  1. The County of West Midlands is a metropolitan county in western central England with a population of around 2,600,000 people.

Live

  1. The site is called 'midlandrover' because we we live in the Midlands, which is our base and travel around in a Land rover Discovery - which is pictured here. (Web site)

United Kingdom

  1. The Birmingham to Peterborough Line is an important railway line in the United Kingdom, linking the Midlands to East Anglia.
  2. The Warwickshire ring is a connected series of canals forming a circuit around the West Midlands area of the United Kingdom.
  3. Shropshire (abbreviated Salop or Shrops) is an English county in the West Midlands region of the United Kingdom. (Web site)

Clara

  1. Clara and Moate are north of Portarlington, in the Midlands.

Cities

  1. List of places in the West Midlands - This is a list of cities, towns and villages in the ceremonial county of West Midlands, England.

Services

  1. Maidenhead Mainline Rail Station provides services to the southwest, the Midlands and London with a journey time of 21 minutes to Paddington.
  2. The Athlone School of Music opened in October 2005, and is a grant aided project aimed at developing music education and services in the Midlands region. (Web site)
  3. Through services from the Midlands ceased in 1930, while services to Neath ended in October, 1962. (Web site)

Cruise

  1. Our main base at Rugby Wharf and our historic sister base at Hilmorton Locks, are ideally suited to cruise the Shire counties across the English Midlands. (Web site)
  2. For its course through the East Midlands this cruise is surprisingly scenic.

Southeast

  1. The M40 also provides local residents great access to both the Midlands and the southeast. (Web site)
  2. They saw substantial growth in the Midlands and Southeast of England, and especially in the counties along the southern coast. (Web site)

Bristol

  1. It has affected users from N. Ireland, Wales and the midlands down to Bristol. (Web site)
  2. At this time the Severn was the busiest English river carrying goods from Bristol up to the Midlands.

Route

  1. A much more direct route between London and the Midlands, the Grand Junction Canal, was completed in 1805.

Station

  1. In addition to Eurostar, the station is also served by East Midlands Trains and will shortly be served by First Capital Connect and SouthEastern.

Categories

  1. World > Countries > United Kingdom > England
  2. Settlements > Cities > Capitals > London
  3. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Coventry
  4. Culture > Architecture > Construction > Canal
  5. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Birmingham

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