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in the county of South Yorkshire(7.9 miles, 12.7 km, direction E of Thurnscoe)
Doncaster lies in what was once a great sweep of Yorkshire coalfields. It is home to one of the finest racecourses in the country where the classic St.Leger Stakes has been run each September since 1776, making the race four years older than the Derby...
in the county of South Yorkshire(8.2 miles, 13.3 km, direction S of Thurnscoe)
This town was formerly a Saxon market town which remained largely unaltered until the Industrial Revolution...
in the county of South Yorkshire(9.8 miles, 15.7 km, direction SE of Thurnscoe)
The town was mentioned in the Doomsday Book, and several historic properties can be found in the region from shortly after this time, of these, of particular note are the handsome ruins of Roche Abbey, a Cistercian foundation of 1147...
Pontefract has a ruined castle which has seen many tragedies, Richard II was murdered there in 1400, and later it was the scene of bitter, bloody battles between Roundheads and Royalists...
in the county of West Yorkshire(12.3 miles, 19.8 km, direction NW of Thurnscoe)
Wakefield was the capital of Yorkshire's woollen industry for more than 700 years, it was an important weaving and dying centre as far back as the 13th century...All towns in South Yorkshire
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The dilapidated ruins of Conisbrough Castle make an impressive sight, particularly its keep, which is unusual in design. The.....
Cusworth Hall is a mid 18th century house built for the Wrightson family, with wings added later by James Paine. The house.....
Thrybergh Country Park evolved out of Thrybergh Reservoir built in the 1800's to supply the borough of Doncaster with water. .....
St.Georges is the Minster Church of Doncaster. It was built to a design by Sir Gilbert Scott, architect, who was instructed to.....
Wentworth Castle Gardens have been the subject of an ambitious plan to restore the magnificent estate, once home to the Earls of.....
This attractive country park offers a rich and varied country landscape, it is dominated by a large lake ringed by numerous trees.....
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Upton Arms Hotel
Upton, West Yorkshire, England (4.8 miles, 7.7 km, direction N)
Elsecar, South Yorkshire, England (5.6 miles, 9.1 km, direction SW)
Apartment Weston House
Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England (7.6 miles, 12.3 km, direction E)
The Red Lion
Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England (7.7 miles, 12.4 km, direction E)
The Norfolk Arms
Chapeltown, South Yorkshire, England (7.8 miles, 12.6 km, direction SW)
Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England (8.0 miles, 12.8 km, direction E)
Springfield House White Rose Apartment 5
Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England (8.1 miles, 13.0 km, direction E)
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Random England fact:
James Watt, who lived in Birmingham 1775-1819 developed the steam engine. He also invented the letter copying machine, which was the forerunner of the photocopier. The light bulb rating 'Watt', a standard throughout the world, is named after him.
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