Rock Hall

Rock Hall may refer to:

  • Rock Hall, Maryland, a town in the United States
  • Rock Hall, Northumberland, a country house in the United Kingdom
  • Rock Hall (Lawrence, New York), house museum
  • Rock Hall (Colebrook, Connecticut), hotel, historic building

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Baltimore And Delaware Bay Railroad - History
... of building from the Delaware Railroad and the Queen Anne and Kent Railroad at Massey to Rock Hall (where a ferry would connect with Baltimore), with a branch to Chestertown ... A branch from just north of Chestertown west to Parsons (on the projected line to Rock Hall), via Vickers, opened on August 1, 1872 ... Gould now changed the proposed terminus from Rock Hall to Tolchester Beach and began dredging work there ...
Maryland Route 445 - Route Description
... MD 445 heads north through farmland until the highway enters the town of Rock Hall immediately after passing Boundary Street ... The state highway is known as Main Street through Rock Hall, where the highway intersects Sharp Street and MD 20 (Rock Hall Avenue) ... After passing Rock Hall Ball Park, MD 445 leaves the town limits and its name changes to Tolchester Road ...
Moses Gate Country Park - Rock Hall
... Rock Hall was built by Thomas Bonsor Crompton's father John, who was granted the lease in 1805 ...
Maryland Route 20 - Route Description
... MD 20 begins at an intersection with Beach Road and Lawton Avenue in the town of Rock Hall just east of where Swan Creek empties into the Chesapeake Bay ... The state highway heads east as Rock Hall Avenue, a two-lane road that passes by a few residential neighborhoods and a few marinas ... In the downtown area of Rock Hall, MD 20 intersects MD 445 (Main Street) and heads through a commercial strip as a three-lane road with center turn lane ...
Rock Hall, Northumberland
... Rock Hall is a privately owned 18th-century country house, now occupied by a school, at Rock, Rennington, near Alnwick, Northumberland (grid ... The Manor of Rock was owned by several Northumbrian families, Rock, Swinhoe, Lawson, Salkeld (1620-1705), Proctor and Holford, until the marriage of Charlotte Holford, heiress ... Members of the Bosanquet family born at Rock include scientist Robert Bosanquet, Admiral Sir Day Bosanquet and philosopher Bernard Bosanquet ...

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