Trap Lane: 6 (An Alex Duggins Mystery)

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Trap Lane: 6 (An Alex Duggins Mystery)

Trap Lane: 6 (An Alex Duggins Mystery)

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When the so-called river vanished beneath the surface, notions of its grandeur became vastly inflated. In 1928, one correspondent in Manchester City News wrote: “The river was navigable... an elderly friend informed me... that her father used to sail up the River Nile to an inn.. and have glorious shrimp teas there.”

The Rose Hill buildings were eventually demolished to make way for Cambridge Hall in 1872, now effectively the Arts Centre, and in 1881 saw the building of the Atkinson Art Gallery on the spot of Richmond Hill. Offered to the market with no onward chain, this three bedroom semi detached house is sure to be popular and early viewings are highly recommended. If you are after a project and wish to put your own stamp on a house then this is the property for you. Although not mentioned in parish registers until the 18th century, ‘Londehay’ appears as early as 1489 and is now the Rose Hill area of Southport, by Forest Road bridge. Here, merchants from London came to collect the fleeces of wool from North Meols. She also argues poor signposting leading up to the trap is what led to the incident. Little sympathyBut just 15 years later, Southport was expanding at such a rate that its small provinces would be lost to the annals of history. For Scotland, 2011 data is shown (update coming soon, the Scottish census was delayed by a year unlike the rest of the UK). With help from the library lady, who has searched their maps, directories, and books about Ecclesall, she has found no reference at all to any cottages here, but!! has noted, and pointed out to me, that on a 1930s map, small buildings are shown at the top of the Allotment Garden plots:- see map The dunes lining the famous Southport Sands had been tamed and the town was beginning to expand beyond the elegant Lord Street. Hi all. After a lot of searching, and enquiring, the conclusion is that there were never any actual ' Cottages'.

Railway Terrace became Railway Street, Snuttering Lane became St Luke’s Road, Gorsey Lane and Trap Lane were replaced by Windsor Road, Boundary Road, Cemetery Road and others. Philippa Parker drove into the trap which, she claims, was full of weeds last summer and complained to the council. TRT Terms: Lane lines; Overhead traffic signs; Regulatory signs; Road markings; Traffic signs; Warning signs A trap lane is a through traffic lane which terminates in an unshadowed mandatory left- or right-turn regulation. This article identifies certain features which would enhance the operation of urban arterial trap lanes and warrant further consideration and more widespread application. These features include a sign giving prominent advance notice of the unexpected mandatory turn requirement, followed by a regulatory sign at the point where the mandatory turn regulation takes effect and another at the intersection itself if there are intervening driveways from which motorists might enter the lane. Supplemental pavement markings consisting of a double width broken lane line beginning at the advance warning sign and extending to the first regulatory sign should be provided, in combination with a pavement legend in the trap lane. Another possible improvement is overhead signs. Prime candidates for these include left-turn trap lanes on roads with high volumes, high speeds, poor approach visibility, and complex geometrics. TAKE a look at Southport 163 years ago – a small, refined village that was about to surrender to the commercial, tourist town it is today.This is done to preserve the anonymity of the people in that area, as some postcodes cover a very small area, sometimes a single building. The historic map, on sale at the Tourist Information Centre, documents the town just three years before the first rail lines would signal a mass influx from across the North West. Description - A spacious, three bedroom 1920's detached property ideally situated, close to the local shops and first class schooling that are found in Bents Green. The property is located on a generous, south westerly facing plot with a large rear garden that is mainly laid to lawn. Due to the size of the rear garden and the generous driveway at the side it is suggested that there is plenty of potential to develop this home further if required (subject to regs) and provide additional accommodation. This lovely property has all the makings of a super home, with generous proportions throughout and the garden to match, you can easily see that with a bit of modernisation this could be a home to be proud of. With the exception of the timber, double glazed conservatory at the rear which provides extra reception space, the property has full UPVC double glazing and a modern gas central heating system powered by a combination boiler that was installed in circa 2018. Bents Green is a highly sought after location which adjoins the beautiful surrounding countryside of The Mayfield Valley where scenic walks run into town via both Bingham and Endcliffe Parks or up the valley towards The Peak Park. There are a number of local shops and bus links found on Ringinglow Road and The Hammer and Pincers Pub can always be relied on for a decent pint and a thriving social scene.

He said: “If people driving along that road cannot see a big hole in the ground in front of them then I would argue they wouldn’t be able to see a small child. However , Cambridgeshire County Council said last month it is only aware of 60 incidents of vehicles caught in the trap since it opened 12 years ago. Hamlets such as ‘Little London’ and ‘The Trap’ were prospering whilst the town’s reputation as ‘spa town’ was spreading.The names of the old settlements changed in the mid 1860s to 1870s, as the town of Southport spread its environs and swallowed it up.

Although this property is in need of modernisation, it's charming and endearing features, fantastic location and delightful garden will be sure to impress! Situated on a superb, south westerly facing plot close to the 'outstanding' local schooling and the run of local shops and transport links that are found on Ringinglow Road. This 1920's, freehold, detached property boasts a large rear garden and offers huge potential for extensions to further the accommodation if required (subject to regs) and although requiring a general scheme of modernisation has majority UPVC double glazing and gas central heating via a modern combination boiler. Bents Green is a hugely sought after location in the south west sector of the city, close to picturesque countryside walks yet only a short drive away from the city centre.In 1820, the terrace was mentioned in a description of Southport in Longman’s Guide To All The Watering & Sea-Bathing Places, which read: “Southport... dates its origin within the last 40 years; at present it forms a considerable village, comprising numerous neat cottages... those elevated on an embankment called Wellington Terrace are very handsome.” At the heart of the hamlet stands The Anchor Inn, now The Blue Anchor pub, where legend has it that pallbearers once stopped to rest when transporting the dead along Little London Lane – from what is now High Park to Duke Street cemetery, then called The Trap. A 6ft slab, three metres off the ground, which once stood outside the pub, is said to have been used by the pallbearers to lay the dead upon while they refreshed themselves. Built in 1817 and still lived in today, these are the oldest buildings on Lord Street. The cottage-like fronts are understood to be deceptively roomy inside. Contrary to popular belief, the river was never anything more than a series of tribulets and streams, and was little more than a brook. The information on housing, people, culture, employment and education that is displayed about Dog Trap Lane, Minety, Malmesbury, SN16 9PW is based on the last census performed in the UK in 2021.



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