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Darwen

Darwen is a market town and civil parish located in Lancashire, England. Along with its northerly neighbour, Blackburn, it forms the Borough of Blackburn with Darwen — a unitary authority area. It is known locally as "Darren", and its residents are known as "Darreners". The main road through Darwen is the A666 towards Blackburn to the north and Bolton to the south, and ultimately Manchester.

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Thurston Rostron - Career
... Rostron was born in Darwen and after youth football with Helmshore and Old Wanderers he joined Darwen as a teenager ... which reached the FA Cup Semi-final in 1881 played on 26 March 1881, when Darwen were beaten 4–1 by the eventual winners, the Old Carthusians ... Rostron's Darwen team-mate, Thomas Marshall played alongside him on the right-wing ...
Lower Darwen
... Lower Darwen is a village in the unitary borough of Blackburn with Darwen, in the town of Darwen, in the county of Lancashire ... It is located between the towns of Blackburn and Darwen ... It is situated in the valley of the River Darwen ...
Thomas Brindle - Career
... Brindle was born in Darwen and played junior football in the local area before signing with his local club, who were then one of the major forces in the game ... In March 1880 he became the first Darwen F.C ... In 1881, he was a member of the Darwen team which reached the FA Cup semi-finals, when they were beaten 4–1 by the eventual winners the Old Carthusians ...
Lower Darwen Railway Station
... Lower Darwen railway station was a railway station that served the village of Lower Darwen, in Lancashire ...
Darwen - Photo Gallery
... Darwen countryside Darwen countryside Tower View from Weasel Lane. ...