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STRATFORD
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Definitions

  1. Stratford is a district in northeast London, England and part of the London Borough of Newham.
  2. 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.
  3. Stratford was one of three ancient wards in the large parish of West Ham, in the Becontree hundred of Essex.
  4. Birkbeck Stratford is a collaboration between Birkbeck, University of London and UEL to increase participation in adult learning.
  5. Oxford and Stratford are within 20 miles.

William Beardsley

  1. William Beardsley (1605-1661) was also one of the first settlers of Stratford in 1639.

Birmingham Suburbs

  1. The Stratford-Upon-Avon Canal runs for just 25 miles from the Birmingham suburbs to the River Avon in Stratford on Avon.

Fenny Stratford

  1. By 1797 two stretches had been completed - London to Fenny Stratford and from Braunston to Blisworth.

Ebbsfleet

  1. However, Section 2 will have intermediate stations at Ebbsfleet in North Kent and at Stratford in East London.

Place

  1. Bus depots in Waterden Road, Stratford, East London are taking place in order to make way for the 2012 London Olympics.

Schools

  1. 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.
  2. Attending the teachers college in Stratford, she taught in schools in southwest Ontario.

Site

  1. The Buckinghamshire office rental is equidistant to Bletchley Railway Station and Fenny Stratford, which are just 1 mile away from the site.

Richmond

  1. Also in London, the North London Line changes its power supply several times between Richmond and Stratford.

Montreal

  1. During a CNR hockey tournament held in December 1922 in Montreal, Morenz scored nine goals in a game for Stratford.

Oxford

  1. An ideal base for touring the Cotswolds, Stratford and Oxford.
  2. Both Oxford and Stratford on Avon provide ideal bases to spend an extra day exploring the history of these fine towns.

London Overground

  1. There is a regular service westbound to Richmond and eastbound towards Stratford on the North London Line part of the London Overground.

Norwich

  1. Former train operating company Anglia Railways ran services known as London Crosslink from Norwich to Basingstoke via Stratford.
  2. 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.

Connecticut

  1. William Beardsley (1605-1661) was one of the first settlers of Stratford, Connecticut (abt.

Station

  1. This link will also provide services to Stratford station, in the heart of the London 2012 Olympics site.
  2. Two British Railways Class 416 trains working on the North London Line pass at Stratford (low level) station.

Grand Union

  1. 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.

Eastern End

  1. Five stations at the eastern end of the North London Line will be closed when the line is truncated at Stratford.

Area

  1. The area is also set to benefit massively when, in 2011, the largest urban shopping centre in Europe, Westfield Stratford City, opens for business.

Miles

  1. Perfect for families, the Stratford Manor is a modern hotel with excellent leisure facilities situated only 4 miles from Stratford.
  2. A luxurious 12-screen cinema is also set to open at Westfield Stratford City, and the O2 Arena is less than 3 miles away.

World Leader

  1. Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., based in Stratford, Connecticut, USA, is a world leader in helicopter design, manufacturing, and service.

County Borough

  1. Stratford formed the centre of administration of the county borough and was the location of the town hall.

West Ham

  1. West Ham gives its name to the Parliamentary constituency of West Ham, although the constituency extends over other areas such as Plaistow and Stratford.

Written

  1. His poems are written to Stratford and London and smaller regional towns.

Trains

  1. Trains go to Stratford to the east and Stanmore to the west via central London.

Grand Union Canal

  1. This was linked to the Stratford-upon-Avon Canal by Kings Norton Junction, allowing access to Stratford and more significantly the Grand Union Canal.
  2. 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.

Lapworth

  1. The lower section from Lapworth to Stratford became almost disused early in this century and was almost closed in the 1950's.
  2. The northern part of the canal from Kings Norton to Lapworth was completed in 1802 and it reached Stratford in 1816.

Trevor Nunn

  1. In 1977 at The Other Place in Stratford, Judi Dench and Ian McKellen played the infamous husband and wife in Trevor Nunn 's production.

Rsc

  1. Trevor Nunn and Terry Hands were joint artistic directors of the RSC when the company opened The Swan, its then third theatre in Stratford.

East London

  1. 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.
  2. Michael Nyman was born to a working class, secular, Jewish family in Stratford, East London who made their living assembling furs.
  3. It was built in two major sections - initially to Charing Cross in Central London, and later extended in 1999 to Stratford in East London.

Canning Town

  1. Like Stratford (p56) and West Ham (p62), Canning Town is a very complicated interchange.

Channel Tunnel Rail Link

  1. 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.

Newham

  1. Michael Nyman was born to a working class secular Jewish family in Stratford, Newham who made their living assembling furs.
  2. London 2012 was the successful bid for the 2012 Summer Games, to be held in London with most events taking place in Stratford, Newham.

Part

  1. Stoke Bruerne had its own railway station, part of the Stratford upon Avon and Midland Junction Railway (SMJR) (See external link).

England

  1. The North London Line is a railway line through northern London, England, from Richmond in the west to Stratford in the east.
  2. Location within the British Isles Studley is a large village and civil parish in the Stratford district of Warwickshire, England.

Channel Tunnel

  1. Passengers arriving via the Channel Tunnel will one day have the option of connecting with a Southminster train at Stratford as well.

Canada

  1. Stratford, in southeastern Ontario, is the site of the Stratford Festival of Canada, which opened as the Stratford Shakespearean Festival of Canada in 1953.

Ontario

  1. Before long, his family moved to Stratford, Ontario and it was here that he starred on his junior and senior teams.
  2. There is now a James Stock Auctions in Stratford, Ontario, possibly run by the same person.
  3. Bruce Hunter is a Canadian poet who lives in Stratford, Ontario.

Conn

  1. Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, based in Stratford, Conn., is a world leader in helicopter design, manufacturing and service.
  2. Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., based in Stratford, Conn., is a world leader in helicopter design, manufacturing, and service.

Essex

  1. 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.
  2. Born at Stratford, Essex, England, on July 28, 1844, Gerard Manley Hopkins is regarded as one the Victorian era's greatest poets.

London

  1. Donald Crisp was born George William Crisp in London, England, at the family home in Bow (historically known as Stratford) on July 27, 1882.
  2. 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.
  3. The northern line passes through Guelph, Kitchener and Stratford to London.

Stations

  1. There are new stations at Ebbsfleet and London Stratford, with a new depot at Temple Mills to the north of Stratford.

Lewisham

  1. The northern and southern branches terminate at the National Rail (mainline) stations at Stratford and Lewisham respectively.
  2. An interchange at Poplar allows trains to proceed north to Stratford and south via Canary Wharf towards Lewisham.
  3. From 2100 to 0100 route 108 will operate in two sections, Lewisham - North Greenwich and Stratford - Canning Town.

Birmingham

  1. A branch line from Birmingham to Stratford upon Avon and this line used to move to Cheltenham but not anymore.
  2. Diagrammatic section along the canal from Birmingham to Fenny Stratford.

Warwick

  1. There are also two branches off the Chiltern line, one from Leamington to Coventry, and another from Hatton near Warwick to Stratford.
  2. Services to Warwick, Banbury, Stratford Upon Avon and Rugby are operated by Stagecoach and other independent companies.

Canal

  1. 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.
  2. We went from being on the Stratford Canal on to the Grand Union which is a little different.
  3. Once it leaves the Birmingham suburbs the canal passes through nothing other than small villages until it reaches Stratford.

Avon

  1. 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.
  2. Antony Worrall Thompson (born 1 May 1951 in Stratford upon Avon, England) is a British celebrity chef and television presenter.
  3. On 19 August, 1534, John Bell, then warden of the college of Stratford upon Avon, signed his acceptance of the royal supremacy.

Stratford

  1. The M40 motorway which connects London to Birmingham, runs through the centre of the county, and serves Leamington Spa, Warwick, and Stratford.
  2. 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.
  3. To the north and east the area bleeds into Stratford and Plaistow, with Canning Town to the south.

Categories

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  2. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Warwick
  3. Cities > Capitals > London > East London
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