Barrow Hill

Barrow Hill might refer to:

Places in England
  • Barrow Hill, Derbyshire
    • home of Barrow Hill Engine Shed
  • Barrow Hill, Dorset
  • Barrow Hill, Essex
Places in the United States
  • Barrow Hill Plantation, the cotton plantation in Florida, USA.
  • Barrow Hill (game), the adventure game by Shadow Tor Studios

Other articles related to "barrow hill, hill, barrow":

British Rail Class 55 - Operations After BR Withdrawal
... D9015 Tulyar is undergoing a full bodyside restoration at Barrow Hill and D9002 The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry is currently painted in BR blue and is undergoing full ... a lengthy and extensive restoration at Barrow Hill by the DPS ... which entailed the move of the locomotive from Barrow Hill to the preserved line for a period of three years ...
Staveley Central Railway Station - History
... The MR station was on the Barrow Hill to Clowne and Barrow Hill to Pleasley West lines ... reduced the likelihood of people confusing the station with that at Barrow Hill, but that was normally referred to as Barrow Hill ... to confusion with the ex-MR "Staveley" engine shed over a mile away at Barrow Hill, which was coded 18D in BR days ...
List Of Rolling Stock Items In The UK National Collection - Steam Locomotives - Standard Gauge Designs 1900 To 1922
1975-7018 GNR 251 C1 Class GNR Doncaster 1902. 4-4-2 Barrow Hill 1975-7005 GWR GWR 3440 City of Truro 3700 Class ("City") GWR Swindon 1903. 4-4-0 Toddington 1978-7025 GER 87 S56 ...
Barrow Hill, Dorset
50°46′N 2°04′W / 50.76°N 2.07°W / 50.76 -02.07 Barrow Hill Barrow Hill OS grid reference SY9596 Shire county Dorset Region South West Country ...
Barrow Hill Railway Station
... Barrow Hill railway station was originally opened as Staveley in 1841, a year after the opening of the North Midland Railway to serve Staveley, Derbyshire ... Allen's guide of 1842 writes of Staveley upon the hill to the left Mr ... Barrow's iron-works in the valley ...

Famous quotes containing the word hill:

    Who knows but this hill may one day be a Helvellyn, or even a Parnassus, and the Muses haunt here, and other Homers frequent the neighboring plains?... It was a place where gods might wander, so solemn and solitary, and removed from all contagion with the plain.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)