St Blazey Engine Shed

St Blazey Engine Shed is located in Par, Cornwall, United Kingdom. The depot operator is DB Schenker. It is named after the adjacent village of St Blazey and has the depot code is BZ.

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St Blazey Engine Shed - Allocation
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Lawrence Edwin Blazey
... Lawrence Edwin Blazey (1902–1999) was an American artist and teacher, listed in "Who's Who in American Art" ... Blazey attended the Cleveland School of Art, now the Cleveland Institute of Art, and later returned to lecture and teach at his alma mater ... Blazey was most well known for his paintings of urban areas during the 1920s through the 30's - several of which are displayed at the Cleveland Museum of Art ...
Cornwall Senior Cup - Finals - 1953–1972
... Winner Score Runners–up Notes 1952-53 !1952–53 Newquay 2–0 St Austell 1953-54 !1953–54 St Blazey 4–1 St Austell * 1954-55 !1954–55 Newquay 4–1 Penzance 1955-56 !1955–56 ...
The Digger's Club - Books
... Guide to Gardening Success, Clive Blazey, 1994 ... The Australian Vegetable Garden, Clive Blazey, 1999 ... The Australian Flower Garden, Clive Blazey, 2001 ...
St Blazey Railway Station
... of the town and close to the adjacent town of St Blazey ... Cornwall Minerals Railway station renamed St Blazey to avoid the confusion of two stations with the same name ... St Blazey station closed to the public on 21 September 1925 but continued to be used by workmen's trains to Fowey until 24 December 1934 ...

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