King Street

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King Street, Aberdeen
... King Street is one of the main streets in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland ... and is also near the prestigious shopping street, Union Street ... Heading northwards, the street skirts Old Aberdeen and the University of Aberdeen, eventually reaching a modern bridge over the River Don, which took over form the ancient Brig o ...
Sydney Newton
... His father, Alfred, ran a photographic business in Belvoir Street and the family lived above the shop ... Newton family and business relocated to 17 King Street, Leicester ... Sydney Newton remained in photography for the rest of his life and the business stayed in King Street until around 1950 ...
List Of Roads In Hamilton, Ontario - Lower City (below Escarpment)
... and Temair) who both lived in Hamilton on Bay Street South (1890–1898) with their four children ... Augusta Street, originally, between Catharine Street and Ferguson Avenue was known as O'Reilly Street ... Barton Street, In the early days Hamilton was known as Barton township, named after a township in Lincoln County, England ...
Roman Middlewich
... Middlewich lies across the King Street fault, which follows King Street and then continues roughly following Brooks Lane ... A Roman Road, King Street runs between Middlewich and nearby Northwich ...
List Of Streets And Roads In Manchester
... The following is a list of notable streets and roads in Manchester, England ... Image Street name A/B roads Established Description/notes Landmarks Canal Street Early 19th century Rochdale Canal which runs parallel ... Corporation Street Ca ...

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    For now the moon with friendless light carouses
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    Men will plunge, mile after mile of men,
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