Victoria Park

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St Chrysostom's Church - Parish
... (east), and includes large areas of Rusholme, Longsight and all Victoria Park ... St Mary's Hospital, Victoria Baths, the Chinese Consulate, Longsight Market, and a large part of the Curry Mile are all in the parish ... Historically the area known as Victoria Park was from 1850 included in the parish of St James, Birch, and remained so until 1878, when the new parish was created ...
List Of VFL/AFL Records - Individual Records - Goalkicking - Most Goals in A Game
... Gordon Coventry Collingwood Fitzroy 12 ... Victoria Park 17.5 Jason Dunstall Hawthorn Richmond 7 ... Waverley Park 4 16.5 Gordon Coventry Collingwood Hawthorn 13 ... Victoria Park ...
South Hackney
... It is immediately north of Victoria Park and the area centred on Victoria Park Road and Lauriston Road ... Sometimes known as Victoria Park Village, particularly by estate agents, to distinguish the residential area from the rest of Hackney ... Victoria Park was laid out between 1842–46, the large Victorian villas that characterise this area were built soon after ...
Victoria Park, Christchurch - Description
... The park was formally opened by William Rolleston on 22 June 1897 for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria ... The park has an information centre, and features open parkland, planted gardens and pine forest, with a variety of walking and mountain biking tracks ... Victoria Park is the place where 16 year old Pauline Parker and her best friend Juliet Hulme murdered Pauline's mother, Honora Parker on 22 June 1954 ...
Station Park, Nairn
... Station Park is a football ground in the town of Nairn, Scotland ... Station Park has a capacity of 3,800 ... Highland Football League venues Allan Park Bellslea Park Christie Park Claggan Park Dudgeon Park Grant Park Grant Street Park Harlaw Park Harmsworth Park The Haughs Kynoch Park ...

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