How did railways develop in Bolsover and the north Derbyshire coalfield? What caused their decline?
At his death in 1929 Sir John Plowright Houfton was described as 'a great public man' with a 'long and distinguished association with the Bolsover
Whaling does not seem to have practiced in Anglo-Saxon and medieval England, but stranded whales were exploited by coastal communities.
Thorrington Tide Mill
The Gunfleet was the name of the large estuary fed by the Holland River or brook, which formerly ran into the sea between Frinton and Little Hollan
Beaumont Quay and similar landing places along the Essex coast were chiefly used for the export of local agricultural produce to London.
Fan bridge is the second earliest rcorded crossing point on the river now known as Holland Brook (formerly Holland River).
Rice bridge is the earliest recorded crossing point on the river now known as the Holland Brook, and one of the furthest inland. It was in existenc
The Holland Brook, sometimes called the Holland River, has been rather overlooked as an important landscape feature of Tendring Hundred (the older
Responsibility for sea defence and drainage in coastal regions since the early thirteenth century had been allocated to ad hoc Commissions