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Charles Dickens stayed here in 1857 and 1862 "They gave you bride cake every day after dinner"

75 Market Street, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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J. L. Austin philosopher was born here March 26th 1911

4 Hillside, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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Stone Jetty. Built 1853 as a Railway terminus serving Irish & Scottish ferries.

Stone Jetty, Morecambe, United Kingdom

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Ashton Memorial. The restoration of this building was made possible through the involvement and generosity of the European Regional Development Fund,English Heritage, The Dowager Countess Eleanor Peet Trust, Simon Towneley Esq. J.P. Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire and many others. Constructed 1906 - 1909 Restored 1985 - 1987

Ashton Memorial, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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Home of Dr. John Lingard, Catholic priest & historian 1811 - 1851

60 Main Street, Hornby, United Kingdom

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Former offices of the firm of Paley and Austin architects 1868-1944.

24 Castle Park, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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The Henry Gregson Memorial Institute 1889. “To serve the needs of the people” Architects Austin & Paley

Moor Lane, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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A free school, later the Royal Grammar School, was founded near this site. A.D. 1469

6 Hillside, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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1 & 3 Cable Street built c.1759 for Captain Henry Fell and Samuel Simpson. Richard Gillow architect

1 & 3 Cable Street, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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Bonnie Prince Charlie was proclaimed Regent by the Jacobite Army near here 24 November 1745

Market Sqare, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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Premises were, until 1882, the offices of Gillow & Co cabinet makers.

1a St Marys Place, Castle Hill, Lancaster, United Kingdom

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The buffet on this station was the setting for the 1946 film "Brief Encounter".

Railway Station, Carnforth, United Kingdom

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