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- Much of north east Wales and the north Wales coast has convenient train services to Shrewsbury, for onward connections to Aberystwyth.
- He was captured at Bera Mountain, in the uplands above Aber Garth Celyn in June 1283 and was hanged, drawn and quartered at Shrewsbury.
- Dalian Atkinson (born 21 March, 1968 in Shrewsbury, England) is an English former footballer who played at centre-forward.
- Authorities in New Jersey are monitoring a group of wayward bottlenose dolphins isolated in the Shrewsbury River near the town of Sea Bright.
- Heseltine was born in Swansea, Wales, was educated at Shrewsbury School and then attended Pembroke College, Oxford and became President of the Oxford Union.
- Arthur Shrewsbury then became the first England captain to score a century as England put on 386.
- It plans to run a fast or high speed rail service from Wrexham, through Shrewsbury to London's Marylebone station.
- Subsequently, another plan was laid out that would carry not only minerals, but passengers too, this was the Shrewsbury and North Wales Railway.
- The tour was a financial disaster, with the Melbourne Cricket Club, Lillywhite, Shaw and Shrewsbury well out of pocket.
- Other notable players of the age who did not tour with Lillywhite included Lord Harris, Arthur Shrewsbury, the Hon.
- He was also co-promoter of the tour, with James Lillywhite and Arthur Shrewsbury.
- In 1096 the Norman king came into Wales by way of Shrewsbury, and entered the highlands of Merioneth- shire.
- Bottlenose dolphins, like these pictured above, somehow found their way into the Shrewsbury River in New Jersey.
- A number of the stations shown in the diagrams were added after the closure of the original Potteries, Shrewsbury and North Wales Railway.
- The Chester to Ruabon railway had been extended south to Shrewsbury by 1848 with stations at Llangollen Road (at Whitehurst) and Chirk.
- Shrewsbury castle as it can be today is a Norman red sandstone construction built by Roger de Montgomery in 1070.
- Shrewsbury School, a public school founded in 1552 by King Edward VI, overlooks the Severn.
- The village of Edgmond is located just to the west, separated by Cheney Hill, Chetwynd Park and the Shrewsbury and Newport Canal.
- The Lleyn Peninsula, west of Snowdonia is now a mere two hour drive from Chester and Shrewsbury.
- From Norbury Junction, a branch ran south-west through Newport to connect with the Shrewsbury Canal at Wappenshall.
- The line north from Newport, pictured, to Shrewsbury straddles the border all the way to Shropshire's county town.
- I was thinking that at Swansea we could ride up to Shrewsbury, spend a little time there and then get back to Cardiff in the late afternoon.
- Beyond Shrewsbury, and especially beyond Llangollen, the work often involved building a highway from scratch.
- Administrative Divisions administrating all military units, both Regular and TA, within a geographical area (e.g 5 Div based in Shrewsbury).
- This county gives the title of Marquess to the Beresford family, and of Earl to that of Talbot, also Earl of Shrewsbury, in Great Britain.
- As a young child at The Mount, Shrewsbury, Charles Darwin avidly collected animal shells, postal franks, bird's eggs, pebbles and minerals.
- In Llandovery you can get on the Heart of Wales Railway Line, one of the UK'S finest rail journeys, and take a scenic trip to Shrewsbury.
- The SNWR obtained another act in 1866 before amalgamating with the SPJR to become the Potteries, Shrewsbury & North Wales Railway on the same day.
- JIM Bentley is set to return for Morecambe in tonight's clash with Shrewsbury at Christie Park.
- Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury, and his son, Arnulf, swept across Wales to Pembroke.
- Charles Burney was born at Shrewsbury, and educated at Shrewsbury School.
- Henry IV leads a force from Shrewsbury into North Wales, destroys Llanwrst Vill but is overwhelmed by the weather and returns home dishevelled.
- It intersected the Chester to Shrewsbury line at Croes Newydd, one of the largest locomotive sheds in North Wales at the time.
- The Borderlands Line runs between Shrewsbury, Wrexham and Bidston, linking various Flintshire towns and villages with the Wirral, Shrewsbury and Wrexham.
- Henry IV, on his way north to invade Scotland, turned his army around and by September 26 he was in Shrewsbury ready to invade Wales.
- He was born at Elgin, Scotland, and educated at Shrewsbury, where he was one of Benjamin Hall Kennedy 's first pupils.
- He was born at Elgin, Moray, Scotland, and educated at Shrewsbury School, where he was one of Benjamin Hall Kennedy 's first pupils.
- There are four trains a day in each direction southbound to Swansea and northbound to Shrewsbury from Monday to Saturday, and two services on Sundays.
- Of all the canals that formed part of the Shropshire Union Canal system, the Shrewsbury Canal is the only one which has no part open or under restoration.
- Part of the proposals include parishing and establishing a town council for the currently unparished area of Shrewsbury.
- Only part, from Shrewsbury to Llanymynech, was completed in 1866 and this became the Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Railway.
- Oswestry, Shrewsbury & Atcham and Telford & Wrekin have the status of boroughs.
- The same period also saw Telford involved in the design and construction of the Shrewsbury Canal.
- It takes you diagonally through mid Wales in a north east direction all the way to Shrewsbury where you connect with the Cambrian line.
- Lane Farm is situated to the North East of the Breidden hills on the B4393 near the village of Criggion, 12 miles from Shrewsbury, 9 miles from Welshpool.
- The Cambrian Railway Society, based in Oswestry, plans to restore part of the Potteries, Shrewsbury & North Wales Railway for use as a heritage railway.
- The county also contains a number of historically significant towns, including Shrewsbury, Ludlow and Oswestry.
- Pistyll Rhaeadr is an enchanting waterfall in the Berwyn Mountains, just inside Wales, west of Oswestry and Shrewsbury.
- The railway station in Borth is on the Aberystwyth - Shrewsbury line, providing easy access to and from the Midlands.
- Albrighton railway station, on the Wolverhampton to Shrewsbury Line, serves the large village of Albrighton in Shropshire, England.
- Codsall railway station, situated on the Wolverhampton to Shrewsbury Line, serves the village of Codsall in Staffordshire, England.
- Venables, who began his career at Shrewsbury Town, has played for Caersws and Welshpool and is a Wales Under-23 international.
- Zola also played against Shrewsbury Town for A-line Allstars on 14 July 2007 as part of a kit sponsorship deal between Shrewsbury Town and A-line.
- The Vale of Llangollen Railway was built as a spur from the Shrewsbury and Chester Railway at Ruabon to the town of Llangollen.
- Llanelli is also on the Heart of Wales Line, linking with Shrewsbury and Crewe.
- There is also a train station 2 miles away which is on the heart of Wales line; this line runs between the main stations of Shrewsbury and Swansea.
- There is a railway station at Llandovery which is on the Heart of Wales Line from Shrewsbury to Swansea and has connections to all major cities.
- Arriva also operates on the Heart of Wales line between Shrewsbury and Swansea via Llandrindod with four trains per day each direction.
- The Heart of Wales Line has services from to Shrewsbury via and four or five times a day.
- The Rea Brook flows north from its source in the Shropshire Hills and joins the Severn at Shrewsbury.
- The A44 runs east-west through the village, and the A488, which starts in Penybont, runs north to Knighton and Shrewsbury.
- It is 12km (7¼ miles) north of Shrewsbury on the Welsh Marches Line towards Crewe.
- The fishery is situated about 12 miles north-west of Welshpool, and is about 30 miles from Shrewsbury and 30 miles from Dolgellau.
- We are conveniently situated on the Heart of Wales Railway line, with daily return services to Swansea in the South, and Shrewsbury in the North.
- South and southwest of Shrewsbury are the Shropshire Hills, designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty.
- The other trains are Central Trains services between Shrewsbury and Birmingham New Street, which call at all stations between Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton.
- For some reason now, late night services from Holyhead to Birmingham go via Shrewsbury and Telford, rather than the more direct WCML route.
- Crump returned to Ponypool, travelling via Shrewsbury (he should have travelled via Birmingham).
- The station is also the terminus of the Heart of Wales Line, which connects the town to Mid Wales and Leominster and Shrewsbury via the Welsh Marches Line.
- It also has a station on the central Wales line from Shrewsbury to Swansea with connections thereon to London.
- The offer will be valid from any station on the Cambrian Line, Conwy Valley, North Wales Coast and Shrewsbury to Chester.
- South Wales services run via Shrewsbury and the Welsh Marches Line to Cardiff Central, most of which continue onto Carmarthen or even Milford Haven.
- Holyhead services run every hour, to Shrewsbury via Chester and Wrexham General, then alternately to Birmingham International or Cardiff Central.
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