Westward may refer to:

  • The cardinal direction West
  • Westward Television, a former ITV franchise in the South West of England
  • MV Westward, a motor yacht
  • MS Westward, a cruise ship operated by the Norwegian Cruise Line 1991—1994
  • Westward, Cumbria, a settlement in north-west England
  • Westward, a series of games video created by Sandlot Games
  • Westward Islet of Ducie Island

Other articles related to "westward":

Sailing Westward
... "Sailing Westward" is a poem written by Alfred Noyes, and set to music by the English composer Edward Elgar ... westward, thro' the thund'ring gales" ...
Westward, Cumbria
3°07′59″W / 54.792°N 3.133°W / 54.792 -3.133 Westward Westward Population 814 OS grid reference NY272446 Civil parish Westward ... Westward is located on the south side of the Wiza Beck ... The Nobel prize winner William Henry Bragg was born in Westward in 1862 ...
Stabbing Westward (album)
... Stabbing Westward is the self-titled fourth album by the American industrial rock band Stabbing Westward ... album was released Chris Hall (vocals) said in a interview that Stabbing Westward wrote such great pop-rock songs but that they had always ended up ...
Thailand Route 403
... It goes south-westward and join Route 41 at Suan Pak junction ... It goes westward to Amphoe Thung Song, then goes southward and join with Route 4 near Amphoe Huai Yot ... It goes south-westward and ends at Amphoe Kantang ...
MV Westward
... MV Westward is an 86-foot (26 m) motor yacht, "arguably Seattle’s most famous motor yacht," originally constructed in 1924 by Ted Geary for inventor Campbell Church, Sr ... The Westward was modeled after a salmon cannery tender and constructed—around a 1923 Atlas-Imperial diesel engine—at the Martinolich Shipyard on Maury Island near Seattle ... In its early years, expeditions on the Westward were hunting expeditions, with "a Norwegian whale gun shooting harpoons fitted with time fuse bombs, a 10-horse gasoline winch with thirty-six ...

Famous quotes containing the word westward:

    Behold the difference between the Oriental and the Occidental. The former has nothing to do in this world; the latter is full of activity. The one looks in the sun until his eyes are put out; the other follows him prone in his westward course.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Oh, it’s home again, and home again, America for me!
    I want a ship that’s westward bound to plow the rolling sea,
    To the blessed Land of Room Enough beyond the ocean bars,
    Where the air is full of sunlight and the flag is full of stars.
    Henry Van Dyke (1852–1933)

    They call them the haunted shores, these stretches of Devonshire and Cornwall and Ireland which rear up against the westward ocean. Mists gather here, and sea fog, and eerie stories. That’s not because there are more ghosts here than in other places, mind you. It’s just that people who live hereabouts are strangely aware of them.
    Dodie Smith, and Lewis Allen. Roderick Fitzgerald (Ray Milland)