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Sawley Railway Station
... Sawley railway station was a station at Breaston in Derbyshire ... third station from Nottingham, it was soon named Sawley to prevent confusion with Beeston ... and when Draycott was opened in 1852 and, particularly, Sawley Junction in 1888, it became superfluous and was closed in 1930 ...
1963 VFL Season - Notable Events
... menace, to the jaw of an unsuspecting Brian Sawley ... Sawley went some distance in the air before collapsing unconscious in the mud, and had to be carried from the field on a stretcher ... that the king-hit was in retaliation for Sawley having kicked him in the stomach Peck was suspended for two weeks ...
Sawley, Lancashire
... Coordinates 53°54′50″N 2°20′28″W / 53.914°N 2.341°W / 53.914 -2.341 Sawley Sawley Population 305 OS grid reference SD776465 Civil parish Sawley District Ribble Valley Shire county ... Sawley shares a parish council with two other parishes, Bolton-by-Bowland and Gisburn Forest ... Sawley Abbey, a ruined abbey of Cistercian monks, is in the village ...
Sawley Abbey
... Sawley Abbey was an abbey of Cistercian monks in the village of Sawley, Lancashire, in England (and historically in the West Riding of Yorkshire) ... In March 2009, Sawley Abbey was featured in the first episode of series 3 of the TV series The Tudors ...
Gordon Sawley
... Gordon Sawley was an Australian rules footballer who played with South Melbourne in the Victorian Football League (VFL) ... His brother, Albert Sawley, played at Norwood and St Kilda ...