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GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY issued Revised Fare 3rd class single from Upperthorpe & Killamarsh to Woodhouse Mill (dated 3/9/1927) in VGC. (1)LONDON INDEPENDENT (PIRATE) BUS COMPANIES mostly numerical stage punch type BUS TICKETS from Enterprise, FS, Fleet, Frith & Hope, Grays, Hartley, Hawk, Hawklove, Henslowe, Heast, Hillman, HB&B (geographical), Imperial, Invicta, JS&SR, Julius & Lockwood. (16)LUGGAGE LABELS to ISLE OF MAN DESTINATIONS comprising North Staffordshire Railway (3-including large type), L&YR (2 with blue cross including to Ramsey Via Liverpool), LM&SR (9 including 2 large Transitional prints – 1 laid to card), GWR (3), Midland Railway (2), MS&LR (2), LNWR (large mauve label). (22)GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY all issued 3rd class singles from Bingham, Dewsbury (GN), Leeds (2 different), Morley, Pudsey (Greenside), Retford, Sherburn-in-Elmet. Also features a 1d Workman Single numerical stage type (poor). (60)LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd AND LGOC & ASSOCIATED Cos fareboard geographical punch type BUS TICKETS issued between 1922 – 1932 from service 21 from Wood Green including higher values (up to 1/3d), Cheap Mid-day and a return. (40)GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY types G31/1 (7), G31/2 (7) and G31/6 LUGGAGE LABELS including G31/2 to Audley End, Broxbourne, Dereham, Downham, Hethersett, Histon, Lynn, G31/6 headed “Via GN&GE Joint Ry” to Stockport, Stockton, Sunderland, West Hartlepool, Wick, York, etc. (16)MIDLAND RAILWAY all issued whole comprising 3rd class singles from Cambridge (2), Gloucester, London St Pancras (2), Manchester (Vic), Nottingham, Nuneaton, a Dog single from King’s Cross EO, and bicycle tickets from Bath, Burton-on-Trent, Stamford. (25)BRADFORD & LEEDS AREA Pre-Nat PLATFORM TICKETS: Edmondson card: LMSR: Bradford F Sq (3 different); LNER: Leeds Central A (2 different) and B; LNE&LMS Rlys: Leeds City (13-all different issuing points/machines); BEAM machine issues: LMS&LNE Leeds City (3). Click THE LONDON ROAD CAR COMPANY Ltd punch type BUS TICKETS comprising nine geographicals at fares between 1d and 5d from a variety of services, plus a 1d white numerical stage type. Click THE LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS COMPANY Ltd punch type geographical HORSE AND MOTOR BUS TICKETS comprising ½d, 1d, 1½d, 2d and 2½d issues some with purple fare overprints, others plain. (20)BR mixed regions 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (mostly Rly Exec conditions): BR(E): Bishops Stortford DO, Barking, Bromley № 1, Colchester DO, Enfield Town, Finsbury Park № 1 (BTC conds), Haughley, Hitchin, Hornchurch, Huntingdon (North) (/) (BTC conds), King’s Cross B, Liverpool Street A, Louth; BR(H): Edinburgh (P St) № 1 and № 2; BR(N): Cullercoats, Darlington № 1, Hexham (BTC conds), Leeds Central A, Manors North, Monkseaton № 1, Newcastle (M № 3). (22)BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Trans-name at base): Addlestone, Belvedere, Bookham, Brighton № 4, Charing Cross № 4, Denmark Hill, East Dulwich, Ewell West, Gipsy Hill, Hampden Park, Hinchley Wood, Ladywell, Maidstone East № 2, Mottingham, Pluckley, Red Hill № 1, St Margarets, Sevenoaks № 1, Sittingbourne & Milton Regis, Staplehurst, Swanley, Vauxhall, Waldron & Horam № 1, Waterloo № 7, Woolwich Dockyard.
The clerk has crossed out the original title and endorsed it “LNER” which does not detract from a rare issue at a station which closed on 7/7/1930. Click LONDON INDEPENDENT (PIRATE) BUS COMPANIES all geographical punch type BUS TICKETS from Ambassador, Bennett, Birch Bros, Biss Bros, Cambrian Coaching, Cambrian Landray, City, Commonwealth, Dangerfield and Overground. (22)BR(N)/BTC(N)/BRB(N) mixed PLATFORM TICKETS: BR(N): Halifax Town (Free on mauve card); BR(N) 1d Red Diamond: Manors (North), Stockton, Whitby Town; BTC(N) 2d Red Diamond: Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland, Brighouse for Rastrick, Malton; BRB(N) 2d Red Diamond: Northallerton; BRB(N) unpriced Red Diamond: Bradford (Exchange), Darlington (Bank Top), Dewsbury (Wellington Road), Manors, Northallerton (Issued at Booking Office), Whitley Bay; BTC(N) Free (blue card): Halifax (overstamped “Cancelled”), York; BRB Free (blue card): Northallerton. Click WJ MORRIS OMNIBUS PRO-PRIETOR 5d brick punch type HORSE BUS TICKET for the service from Salisbury [Arms] – Liverpool Street in good condition. (1)THOMAS TILLING LIMITED punch type BUS TICKETS comprising nine geographical issues from various services at fares from ½d to 8½d including three “long” types, plus a “long” 1½d mauve numerical stage type. Click LCC TRAMS early print geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising five at ½d fare and five at 1d fare. Click THE VANGUARD MOTORBUS Co Limited punch type BUS TICKETS comprising two geographicals at 1d and 3d fares for routes from The Swan and from Kensal Rise (route number 6), plus three numerical stage types at 1d, 2d and 4d. Two items are a little faded/stained, good/VGC otherwise. Click METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS Ltd punch type geographical TRAM TICKETS from a number of different routes at fares between 1½d and 4d including Exchange and Workman’s Exchange. (25)BR(E) 1d no diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (Trans-name at base): Althorne, Bush Hill Park, Chadwell Heath A, Ely, Felixstowe Town, Harold Wood, Hertford East, Highams Park & Hale E, Liverpool Street A, Huntingdon North, Lowestoft Central A, Palmers Green.
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William encouraged his barons to build castles in order to protect his new kingdom and to show how powerful he was.
Some were quite small motte and bailey castles (with a tower on top of a mound) like the ones at Abinger (click here to see the HER record) and Walton on the Hill (click here to see the HER record), and some were stone like Guildford’s impressive castle and royal palace. Local lords began to build small churches near their manor houses, and many, such as those in Wisley and Titsey, soon became the churches for the parishes.Thanks to the power of the internet, anyone in the world is free to browse our archive of recipes for making the most of home-grown produce or take a look at our members’ gallery of garden visits.You can also sign up for our email newsletters but by far the best way to get involved is to live nearby so you can join us in person.Its biggest towns – Caterham, birthplace of actor Bill Nighy, and Oxted – are within easy reach of London and over half its working population commute to the capital, 22 miles away.‘Because there is an abundance of very large schools in the area, naturally that attracts a lot of families to live here.’ The study, launched by film subscription service Love Film and based on ONS figures, found that the top ten locations for stay-at-home wives and mothers were almost all around the capital, in Surrey, Kent and Greater London.But when they pulled up to the cash point, Causer was filmed on CCTV making several unsuccessful attempts to take £300, £200, and £120 from her account using the PIN code and bank card she had given him.He then led his army around London, marching through Kent, Surrey and Berkshire, causing great damage to the property of anyone who tried to resist.