the bermudadreieck bermuda triangle , in the city center of bochum, functions as the town's nightlife hub. around sixty different bars and restaurants are located there, serving multicultural cuisine such as japanese, chinese, indian, italian, spanish and german gastronomic specialties. close to the bermudadreieck opened in 2016 the new venue .
barnfield mills was a complex of six cotton spinning mills on either side of union street in tyldesley. h p barton and caleb wright built the first mill on the west side of union street on a field known as barnfield in 1851. the mill had 20,000 spindles. by 1866 wright had new partners, peter and charles eckersley, and the partnership built the .
david seth kotkin born september 16, 1956 , known professionally as david copperfield, is an american magician, described by forbes as the most commercially successful magician in history.. copperfield's television specials have won 21 emmy awards and 38 nominations. best known for his combination of storytelling and illusion, copperfield's career of over 40 years has earned him 11 guinness .
the weavers' triangle is an area of burnley in lancashire, england consisting mostly of 19th-century industrial buildings at the western side of town centre clustered around the leeds and liverpool canal.the area has significant historic interest as the cotton mills and associated buildings encapsulate the social and economic development of the town and its weaving industry.
this list of mills in stockport, lists textile factories that have existed in stockport, greater manchester, england. from the industrial revolution until the 20th century, stockport was a major centre of textile manufacture, particularly cotton spinning and hat making.
the coat of arms was established in 1945. it is an equilateral triangle, at the base is a volcano between three castles, over which is a rainbow and the sun shining. the triangle is placed on an area that symbolizes being bathed by both seas. around all of this an oval containing in golden lettering: 'republic of honduras, free, sovereign and .
this is a list of the wool, cotton and other textile mills in kirklees: including the towns of dewsbury, huddersfield with batley, spenborough, heckmondwike and holmfirth
the mill changed ownership in 1811 and was damaged by fire in 1819. the buildings on the site at this time included a spinning block,owner's house, a warehouse, a smithy and a apprentices house for paupers. the mill was rebuilt by august 1821 by thomas gaskell of ingersley hall who became a partner with martin swindells.
the mill was originally powered by an engine built by carel frères of belgium which drove about 73 belts. in the 1950s, it was bought by the lancashire cotton corporation which, in 1964, was taken over by courtaulds. in 1968, the mill closed. from 1971, the building was used by ward & goldstone limited until the 1990s when they left.
the research triangle, commonly referred to as simply the triangle, is a region in the piedmont of north carolina in the united states, anchored by the three major research universities of north carolina state university, duke university, and university of north carolina at chapel hill, as well as the cities of raleigh and durham and the town of chapel hill.
notes: barnfield mills was a complex of six mills on either side of union street h p barton and caleb wright built the first barnfield mill with 20,000 spindles on the west side of union street on a field known as barnfield in 1851. by 1866 wright had new partners, peter and charles eckersley, and they built the second mill.
clarence mill is a five-storey former cotton spinning mill in bollington, cheshire, in england. it was built between 1834 and 1877 for the swindells family of bollington. clarence mill was built alongside the macclesfield canal which opened in 1831.
mcconnel & kennedy mills are a group of cotton mills on redhill street in ancoats, manchester, england.with the adjoining murrays' mills, they form a nationally important group.. the complex consists of six mills, old mill built in 1797, long mill from 1801 and sedgewick mill built between 1818 and 1820.
weavers' triangle. the weavers' triangle is an area west of burnley town centre, consisting mostly of 19th-century industrial buildings, clustered around the leeds and liverpool canal. the area has been identified as being of significant historical interest as the cotton mills and associated buildings encapsulate the social and economic .
the triangle shirtwaist factory fire in the greenwich village neighborhood of manhattan, new york city, on march 25, 1911, was the deadliest industrial disaster in the history of the city, and one of the deadliest in u.s. history. the fire caused the deaths of 146 garment workers – 123 women and and 23 men – who died from the fire, smoke inhalation, or falling or jumping to their deaths.
wilkes-barre's population skyrocketed due to the discovery of anthracite coal in the 19th century. in 1808, judge jesse fell of wilkes-barre discovered a solution to ignite anthracite with the usage of an iron grate; it allowed for the coal to light and burn easier. this invention increased the popularity of anthracite as a fuel source.
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the smock mill is a later development of the tower mill, where the masonry tower is replaced by a wooden framework, called the 'smock', which is thatched, boarded or covered by other materials, such as slate, sheet metal, or tar paper.the smock is commonly of octagonal plan, though there are examples with different numbers of sides.