Blisworth

Blisworth is a village and civil parish in the South Northamptonshire district of Northamptonshire, England. The West Coast Main Line, from London Euston to Manchester and Scotland, runs alongside the village partly hidden and partly on an embankment. The Grand Union Canal passes through the village and the north portal of the Blisworth tunnel is near Stoke Road.

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James King Blisworth F.C.
... James King Blisworth F.C ... is a football club based in Blisworth, near Northampton, in Northamptonshire, England ...
Grand Junction Canal - Construction
... were problems with the construction of Blisworth Tunnel quicksand was encountered, and errors made in alignment which meant that the tunnel had a pronounced wiggle ... However, Blisworth Tunnel continued to cause problems, collapsing in January 1796 ... The canal was opened from Braunston to Blisworth in 1797 ...
Blisworth - Notable Buildings
... Blisworth Station Hotel opposite the site of the former Blisworth station is the former Blisworth Station Hotel, now called the 'Walnut Tree Inn', built by Richard Dunkley ... railway bridge, 1837-8, between Milton Malsor and Blisworth, about 5 miles (8 km) south of Northampton ... The original school building (rebuilt 1799 after fire) Blisworth House, Church Lane (rebuilt 1702) Blisworth Stone Works, Stoke Road (c.1821) The Old Toll House, Blisworth Arm (c.1800) Blisworth Mill ...
Stoke Bruerne - Railway
... This ran close to the village over Blisworth tunnel near the south portal ... station has been converted to a private house and is along the road to Blisworth just outside the village ... The line of the railway is still visible and the Blisworth road has a railway bridge still in position near the former station ...
Blisworth Railway Station
... Blisworth railway station was opened by the London and Birmingham Railway in Blisworth, Northamptonshire in 1838 ...