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- Stratford is a district in northeast London, England and part of the London Borough of Newham.
- Stratford is a city on the Avon River in Perth County in southwestern Ontario, Canada with a population of 30,461, according to the 2006 census.
- Stratford was one of three ancient wards in the large parish of West Ham, in the Becontree hundred of Essex.
- Birkbeck Stratford is a collaboration between Birkbeck, University of London and UEL to increase participation in adult learning.
- Oxford and Stratford are within 20 miles.
- William Beardsley (1605-1661) was also one of the first settlers of Stratford in 1639.
- The Stratford-Upon-Avon Canal runs for just 25 miles from the Birmingham suburbs to the River Avon in Stratford on Avon.
- By 1797 two stretches had been completed - London to Fenny Stratford and from Braunston to Blisworth.
- However, Section 2 will have intermediate stations at Ebbsfleet in North Kent and at Stratford in East London.
- Bus depots in Waterden Road, Stratford, East London are taking place in order to make way for the 2012 London Olympics.
- Members of indie bands Klaxons and Pull Tiger Tail all grew up and went to schools in Stratford before they moved to New Cross, London.
- Attending the teachers college in Stratford, she taught in schools in southwest Ontario.
- The Buckinghamshire office rental is equidistant to Bletchley Railway Station and Fenny Stratford, which are just 1 mile away from the site.
- Also in London, the North London Line changes its power supply several times between Richmond and Stratford.
- During a CNR hockey tournament held in December 1922 in Montreal, Morenz scored nine goals in a game for Stratford.
- An ideal base for touring the Cotswolds, Stratford and Oxford.
- Both Oxford and Stratford on Avon provide ideal bases to spend an extra day exploring the history of these fine towns.
- There is a regular service westbound to Richmond and eastbound towards Stratford on the North London Line part of the London Overground.
- Former train operating company Anglia Railways ran services known as London Crosslink from Norwich to Basingstoke via Stratford.
- He served as a curate in the Diocese of Norwich and then as a priest in the Coventry Diocese serving three rural parishes south of Stratford upon Avon.
- William Beardsley (1605-1661) was one of the first settlers of Stratford, Connecticut (abt.
- This link will also provide services to Stratford station, in the heart of the London 2012 Olympics site.
- Two British Railways Class 416 trains working on the North London Line pass at Stratford (low level) station.
- Heading off up the Grand Union the plan was to go to Stratford and meet up with Claire and David who intended to come up the Avon from Stourport.
- Five stations at the eastern end of the North London Line will be closed when the line is truncated at Stratford.
- The area is also set to benefit massively when, in 2011, the largest urban shopping centre in Europe, Westfield Stratford City, opens for business.
- Perfect for families, the Stratford Manor is a modern hotel with excellent leisure facilities situated only 4 miles from Stratford.
- A luxurious 12-screen cinema is also set to open at Westfield Stratford City, and the O2 Arena is less than 3 miles away.
- Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., based in Stratford, Connecticut, USA, is a world leader in helicopter design, manufacturing, and service.
- Stratford formed the centre of administration of the county borough and was the location of the town hall.
- West Ham gives its name to the Parliamentary constituency of West Ham, although the constituency extends over other areas such as Plaistow and Stratford.
- His poems are written to Stratford and London and smaller regional towns.
- Trains go to Stratford to the east and Stanmore to the west via central London.
- This was linked to the Stratford-upon-Avon Canal by Kings Norton Junction, allowing access to Stratford and more significantly the Grand Union Canal.
- The next lock, Fenny Stratford near Bletchley, is the shallowest lock on the Grand Union Canal and it dropped us just 33cm to the lowest point on our trip.
- The lower section from Lapworth to Stratford became almost disused early in this century and was almost closed in the 1950's.
- The northern part of the canal from Kings Norton to Lapworth was completed in 1802 and it reached Stratford in 1816.
- In 1977 at The Other Place in Stratford, Judi Dench and Ian McKellen played the infamous husband and wife in Trevor Nunn 's production.
- Trevor Nunn and Terry Hands were joint artistic directors of the RSC when the company opened The Swan, its then third theatre in Stratford.
- Although the line does not run through Stratford or Greenwich, it will make the Olympic site easier to reach from the City and East London.
- Michael Nyman was born to a working class, secular, Jewish family in Stratford, East London who made their living assembling furs.
- It was built in two major sections - initially to Charing Cross in Central London, and later extended in 1999 to Stratford in East London.
- Like Stratford (p56) and West Ham (p62), Canning Town is a very complicated interchange.
- Cost estimates for a new station at Stratford and the enlarging of a station and junction at Camden Road in connection with the Channel Tunnel Rail Link.
- Michael Nyman was born to a working class secular Jewish family in Stratford, Newham who made their living assembling furs.
- London 2012 was the successful bid for the 2012 Summer Games, to be held in London with most events taking place in Stratford, Newham.
- Stoke Bruerne had its own railway station, part of the Stratford upon Avon and Midland Junction Railway (SMJR) (See external link).
- The North London Line is a railway line through northern London, England, from Richmond in the west to Stratford in the east.
- Location within the British Isles Studley is a large village and civil parish in the Stratford district of Warwickshire, England.
- Passengers arriving via the Channel Tunnel will one day have the option of connecting with a Southminster train at Stratford as well.
- Stratford, in southeastern Ontario, is the site of the Stratford Festival of Canada, which opened as the Stratford Shakespearean Festival of Canada in 1953.
- Before long, his family moved to Stratford, Ontario and it was here that he starred on his junior and senior teams.
- There is now a James Stock Auctions in Stratford, Ontario, possibly run by the same person.
- Bruce Hunter is a Canadian poet who lives in Stratford, Ontario.
- Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, based in Stratford, Conn., is a world leader in helicopter design, manufacturing and service.
- Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., based in Stratford, Conn., is a world leader in helicopter design, manufacturing, and service.
- In 1847 much of what is now Stratford was open countryside, and from 1889 to 1965 Stratford formed part of the County Borough of West Ham of Essex.
- Born at Stratford, Essex, England, on July 28, 1844, Gerard Manley Hopkins is regarded as one the Victorian era's greatest poets.
- Donald Crisp was born George William Crisp in London, England, at the family home in Bow (historically known as Stratford) on July 27, 1882.
- There are also many plans that have been proposed to develop the area around Stratford as part of the plan for London to host the 2012 Olympic Games.
- The northern line passes through Guelph, Kitchener and Stratford to London.
- There are new stations at Ebbsfleet and London Stratford, with a new depot at Temple Mills to the north of Stratford.
- The northern and southern branches terminate at the National Rail (mainline) stations at Stratford and Lewisham respectively.
- An interchange at Poplar allows trains to proceed north to Stratford and south via Canary Wharf towards Lewisham.
- From 2100 to 0100 route 108 will operate in two sections, Lewisham - North Greenwich and Stratford - Canning Town.
- A branch line from Birmingham to Stratford upon Avon and this line used to move to Cheltenham but not anymore.
- Diagrammatic section along the canal from Birmingham to Fenny Stratford.
- There are also two branches off the Chiltern line, one from Leamington to Coventry, and another from Hatton near Warwick to Stratford.
- Services to Warwick, Banbury, Stratford Upon Avon and Rugby are operated by Stagecoach and other independent companies.
- North of Warwick, the GU runs very close and parallel to the Stratford Canal and there is a useful cut through to Lapworth at Kingswood Junction.
- We went from being on the Stratford Canal on to the Grand Union which is a little different.
- Once it leaves the Birmingham suburbs the canal passes through nothing other than small villages until it reaches Stratford.
- The New Inn is a family run inn situated on the edge of the picturesque village of Clifford Chambers, approximately 2 miles from Stratford upon Avon.
- Antony Worrall Thompson (born 1 May 1951 in Stratford upon Avon, England) is a British celebrity chef and television presenter.
- On 19 August, 1534, John Bell, then warden of the college of Stratford upon Avon, signed his acceptance of the royal supremacy.
- The M40 motorway which connects London to Birmingham, runs through the centre of the county, and serves Leamington Spa, Warwick, and Stratford.
- A tunnel for high-speed trains is under construction between Ebbsfleet in Kent and Stratford in Newham as part of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link.
- To the north and east the area bleeds into Stratford and Plaistow, with Canning Town to the south.
- Countries > United Kingdom > England > Warwick
- Cities > Capitals > London > East London
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