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From Hellgill to bridge end

Margaret E. Shepherd

From Hellgill to bridge end

aspects of economic and social change in the Upper Eden Valley 1840-95

by Margaret E. Shepherd

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Published by University of Hertfordshire Press in Hatfield .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eden Valley (Cumbria, England) -- Social conditions.,
  • Eden Valley (Cumbria, England) -- Economic conditions.,
  • Cumbria (England) -- Social conditions.,
  • Cumbria (England) -- Economic conditions.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [347]-364) and indexes.

    StatementMargaret E. Shepherd.
    SeriesStudies in regional and local history -- v. 2, Studies in regional and local history (Hertfordshire, England) -- v. 2.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA670.C93 S54 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 380 p. :
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22597194M
    ISBN 101902806271, 1902806328

    May 14,  · Hellgill Force – The infant River Eden drops off the fellside near the top of the Mallerstang Valley. Higher on the fell the ancient “Highway” crosses Hell Gill Bridge. The place to look for horse meat in Victorian Britain is the horse fairs, the largest of which was Brough Hill Fair in Westmorland, Cumbria. Brough Hill fair took place on a remote Pennine hill on September 30 th and October 1 st every year, and in the second half of the nineteenth century the fair expanded as the demand for working horses grew.

    Regional identities From Hellgill to Bridge End: aspects of economic and social change in the Upper Eden Valley This book is an examination of the cultural and political diversity of Britain. The village once had a railway station that was the terminus of the Hawes branch of the Midland Railway and an end-on terminus of the line from Northallerton from its opening in to its closure in April British Railways kept the line to Garsdale Junction open for passengers until OS grid reference: SD

    From Hellgill to Bridge End. Margaret E. Shepherd — History. Aspects of Economic and Social Change in the Upper Eden Valley local, regional, and national changes on nine parishes in Britain's Upper Eden Valley during the Victorian period, this book reveals demographic trends among the parishes of Appleby, Brough, and Kirkby. Lady Anne Clifford was one of the most renowned noblewomen of the Stuart era. Born on 30 January at Skipton Castle in Yorkshire, she spent much of her life fighting to win the baronial titles and estates in Westmorland and Yorkshire of her famous father, George Clifford, the Queen's champion. Having steadfastly resisted the browbeating of her husbands, the earls of Dorset and Pembroke.


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May 01,  · I’ve sometimes wondered why Margaret Shepherd’s excellent study of the 19th century economy of the Upper Eden Valley, ‘From Hellgill to Bridge End‘ (that is, from Mallerstang to Brough) wasn’t titled, “From Hellgill to Hellbeck”, but maybe that would have been too.

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Each year she speaks at MIT's "charm school" about the importance of gracious communication. She lives in Boston.Beautiful drive over from the Dales & excited to see one of the new Lady Anne's Way waymarks just west of Hawes. Checked out a query about a wired gate at Lowgill Farm but all was well.

Then onto Kirkby Thore to walk the riverside path to Ousenstand Bridge. A little overgrown in places so pruned a few branches of overhanging trees.