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in the county of Lancashire(3.3 miles, 5.4 km, direction E of Blackburn)
This is a large, typical Lancashire village lying close to the urban sprawl of Blackburn and Accrington...
in the county of Lancashire(4.3 miles, 6.8 km, direction W of Blackburn)
It was here that James I created "Sirloin" when he supposedly knighted his beef!..
This pretty Lancastrian villages the setting for historic Stoneyhurst, a noted school which was founded in the 16th-century...
in the county of Lancashire(8.9 miles, 14.3 km, direction SW of Blackburn)
The town's historic roots go back beyond the Bronze-Age, as evidenced by findings in the 20th century...
in the county of Lancashire(8.9 miles, 14.3 km, direction W of Blackburn)
This is the town that was at the centre of the cotton spinning industry for well over a hundred and fifty years. ..All towns in Lancashire
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The name of this spacious green park situated at Darwen in Lancashire epitomises the endeavour of the local borough engineer who.....
An observation tower circa 1897Standing at 86ft high, apparently you can sometimes see the Welsh Hills from it on a very clear.....
Gawthorpe Hall, home of the Shuttleworth family for several centuries lies close to the traditional Lancastrian market town of.....
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Premier Inn Blackburn Town Centre
Blackburn, Lancashire, England (0.3 miles, 0.5 km)
Blackburn, Lancashire, England (0.3 miles, 0.6 km)
Blackburn, Lancashire, England (3.3 miles, 5.2 km, direction N)
Darwen, Lancashire, England (3.4 miles, 5.4 km, direction SE)
Balderstone, Lancashire, England (3.9 miles, 6.2 km, direction NW)
Oak Royal Golf & Country Club Hotel
Withnell, Lancashire, England (4.4 miles, 7.1 km, direction SW)
Langho, Lancashire, England (4.5 miles, 7.2 km, direction N)
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Random England fact:
Sir Walter Scott (Scottish lawyer, poet and novelist) 1771-1832 built Abbotsford House, and started the trend for the "Baronial" style of Scottish Country Houses. The armoury includes Rob Roy's sword and gun together with many other arms and armour. There is a fine library with more than 9000 books. Other noteworthy artifacts to be seen at Abbotsford House include a pocket book of Flora MacDonald, Napoleon's cloak brooch and a lock of Bonnie Prince Charlie's hair.
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