Milton Hill Historic District is a historic district in Milton, Massachusetts. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995.
It includes the Captain Robert Bennet Forbes House, a National Historic Landmark, and the Dr. Amos Holbrook House and Governor Thomas Hutchinson's Ha-ha, both separately listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as a variety of other buildings ranging from the Colonial era into the 20th Century.
Governor Thomas Hutchinson's Field, owned by The Trustees of the Reservations lies in the middle of the District and offers sweeping views of Boston and the South Shore.
... For the early years of Judas Priest's work, Hill played a 1970s Fender Jazz Bass, later switching to Hamer in the mid 1980s ... Hill currently plays Spector basses after switching to this brand during the late 1980s ... Spector are currently producing an Ian Hill signature bass guitar, based on Hill's late 80's NS-2 and is fitted with an extra narrow neck and has an optional tuning of BEAD ...
... It took the name Biggin Hill after the Second World War in recognition of the historic role played by the adjoining Biggin Hill Aerodrome ... Biggin Hill was an ancient parish county of Kent, in the Diocese of Rochester, and under the Local Government Act 1894 formed part of Bromley Urban District ... The urban district gained further status in 1935 as a municipal borough ...
... extended to Chartwell during the summer) 320 Catford – Biggin Hill Valley (Rosehill Road) 464 Tatsfield – New Addington R2 Biggin Hill Valley (Melody Road ...
... How Hill lies on the River Ant within The Broads National Park in Norfolk, England ... The How Hill Nature Reserve is administered by the Broads Authority ... Just south of How Hill is Turf Fen windpump ...
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