Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | Check your local public television station for this Rick Steves’ Europe episode or watch it on Arcing along the southeast coast of England, we'll travel from Canterbury (with its famous cathedral) to Dover (stoutly fortified from Roman times to the Battle of Britain). Then we'll hike the trails that top the towering chalk cliffs of the South Downs, wander into the beachy resort of Brighton (England's Coney Island), and push on to Portsmouth, whose naval heritage has left it with the best collection of historic sailing ships anywhere.
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REGIONAL BRITISH ACCENTS!
This video is all about UK accents. We run through, Birmingham, Bristol, London, RP, Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Leeds, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Southern Ireland and Wales.
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NORTHERN vs. SOUTHERN accents | British English Pronunciation
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Rochester: Flood Of 2006
Just one winter after the historic Alstead flooding in 2005, another slow-moving storm traveled up the East Coast, bringing heavy rain in a short amount of time.
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Panoramic Maps, also known as Bird's Eye View, aerial view, or perspective maps. These were a popular form of art at the turn of the 20th century depicting a city's key points of interest.
Unlike traditional maps, Panoramic maps often highlighted the commercial aspects of a town, while also clearly showing many local residences.
I've had a lot fun looking up places I've been to on these maps -- and I've gotta say - It's amazing just how much things change -- and also how much things stay the same.
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How Many Cities Are There In The UK?
2, birmingham, 1,085,810, city. ) 16 sep 2015 the twin cities of south hampshire are back in the rankings, and several other cities look a lot bigger when the whole of their economic footprint is taken into account. It lists those places that have been granted city status by letters patent or royal charter. I wasn't aware there was a new york located in the uk. Cities of the uk project britainuk towns & cities in population order lovemytown. 7, manchester, 510,746, city. Built up areas or their subdivisions in england wales, localities scotland and settlements northern ireland) with more than 50,000 inhabitants according to census results latest estimates this is an alphabetically ordered list of cities towns the united kingdom, arranged by constituent unit (england, ireland, scotland, wales) administrative (unitary authority, county, district). London registered 18 per km 2. Compared to cities like birmingham or leeds, it doesn't have much of a hinterland there are 50 in england. Large cities conurbations and metropolises. People in cities the numbers gov. This is a list of official cities in the united kingdom as 2015. There are currently a total of 69 such cities in the united kingdom 51 england, seven scotland, six wales, and five northern ireland note (6) that city london covers only 'square mile', is usually just referred to as 'the city'. The united kingdom consists of great britain the main island made up england, scotland and wales northern ireland. Glasgow, however, doesn't it barely makes the top 10. Differentiated by demographic potential, high quality of life or the pulling power global brand, cities at each stage have their own individual strengths and require distinct types investment to create right. As the urban sprawl continued many forged stronger links with other nearby towns and cities to form leeds, glasgow sheffield, there are only three more british a population of than 500,000. Population dynamics of uk city regions since mid 2011 office for many towns and cities in former colonies are named after places britain's doppelganger place names telegraph. Now since there had not been regular censuses the time great britain (or britain) is official name given to two kingdoms of england and scotland, principality wales. Top of the list is bournemouth, at 23 foxes per km 2. 5, bristol, 535,907, city. 8, leeds, 474,632, city. These are (in alphabetical order) bath, birmingham, bradford, brighton and hove, bristol, cambridge, canterbury, carlisle, chester, chichester, coventry, derby, durham, ely, exeter, gloucester, hereford, kingston upon hull, lancaster, leeds, leicester, lichfield, lincoln, many of those will result from episodes depopulation such as social reorganisation following the black death, but also due to changes in monastic manorial systems mediaeval times altering where it is appropriate for people live. See also city; Urban planning. Since the industrial revolution, massive cities began to evolve in britain. 6, sheff
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How to Build a Chicken Coop | Build It | Ask This Old House
Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva creates a backyard chicken coop for a homeowner in Connecticut in ‚ÄúBuild It.‚Äù (See below for steps.)
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1. Stain the sheets of T1-11 and allow to dry.
2. Place two sheets of T1-11 on top of each other and ensure they‚Äôre even on all sides. Use a track saw to cut the roofline of the plywood at a 45-degree angle on both sheets at once.
3. Remove one sheet and then, using a jigsaw, cut a small square opening for the sliding coop door into a plywood sheet. For all the doors, the cutouts will later be reattached as the door.
4. On the next sheet, cut an opening for the small entrance door, using the jigsaw.
5. Cut a third sheet of T1-11 to form the side walls. On one of them, cut a large opening for the egg door, using a jigsaw. The other side wall will remain uncut.
6. Cut two of the 4x4 posts to the desired length, then match the angle of the roof using a miter saw for both steps.
7. Use a driver to drive in 1 5/8-inch ceramic screws to attach the posts to the plywood sheeting.
8. Use a piece of 2x4 at the bottom and the top of the coop to give it additional support. Attach these using ceramic screws, and fasten them using a driver.
9. Construct the opposite gable end, repeating the same steps.
10. Connect the two gable ends using 2x4s, and attach one of the side walls.
11. To form the rafters, screw in a 2x4 ridge beam and 2x4 purlins (parallel roof framing), using a driver and 3-inch ceramic screws.
12. Finish the framing by attaching additional 2x4s to the base of the front and back gable walls, using 3-inch ceramic screws.
13. Then, attach two more perpendicular 2x4 joists to form the floor support for the coop with 3-inch ceramic screws
14. To form the floor, use the _-inch exterior plywood and cut out the corners to match the posts using a jigsaw.
15. Fasten the plywood floor by driving 1 5/8-inch screws into the floor joists.
16. Attach the cutout door pieces to the plywood exterior sheets of the structure using hardware of your choice. Do this by driving provided screws into the hardware.
17. Attach the chicken door by threading a rope through a pulley at the top of the door. Then attach the rope to an eyelet on the chicken door. The other end of the rope should be linked to a hook at the opposite end. A track for the door can be made using scrap wood.
18. Attach the final side wall using 1 5/8-inch ceramic screws.
19. Build a nesting box to your desired dimensions using plywood and 2x4s.
20. Cut cellular PVC trim boards to match the angles of the coop, using a miter saw.
21. Attach the PVC trim boards to the exterior of the coop using a hammer and stainless-steel trim nails.
22. Attach _-inch plywood roof sheathing to the roof structure using a driver and 1 5/8-inch ceramic screws.
23. Lay down a layer of felt paper, and staple in place.
24. Using a hammer and roofing nails, attach the asphalt shingles with a 5-inch reveal to the roof sheathing.
25. Attach 4x4 posts of the coop to a beveled base using a driver and ceramic screws.
26. Attach the beveled base to a 2x12 square using a driver and ceramic screws to keep the coop from sinking into the ground.
27. Create a pen area using pressure-treated 2x4s to desired design. Connect the pen structure using driver and ceramic screws. Include an access door for cleaning the pen.
28. Cover the pen with chicken wire by hammering in construction staples.
29. Dig a trench in the outline of the pen at least 3 inches deep, and place the structure in the trench. This is meant to keep predators from crawling in underneath.
30. Attach the pen structure to the coop structure by driving in screws.
31. Place a piece of 2x12 from the coop door to the pen to serve as a ramp for the chickens.
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A Living Memorial - NH State Veterans Cemetery
This documentary tells the story and history of the NH State Veterans Cemetery built in bucolic Boscawen, NH. The serene, meticulously manicured grounds are a living tribute to the heroes buried there. NH citizens care, support and visit the cemetery daily, making it truly a Living Memorial. The importance of this place of commemoration is told through the experience of a local Gold Star family. To learn more, visit nhvca.org Producer: David Kenney Director/Film Editing: Slateroof Flims
Bournemouth /ˈbɔərnməθ/ is a large coastal resort town on the south coast of England directly to the east of the Jurassic Coast, a 95-mile (153 km) World Heritage Site. According to the 2011 census, the town has a population of 187,503 making it the largest settlement in Dorset. With Poole to the west and Christchurch in the east, Bournemouth forms the South East Dorset conurbation, which has a total population of over 400,000.
Before it was founded in 1810 by Lewis Tregonwell, the area was a deserted heathland occasionally visited by fishermen and smugglers. Initially marketed as a health resort, the town received a boost when it appeared in Dr Granville's book, The Spas of England. Bournemouth's growth really accelerated with the arrival of the railway and it became a recognised town in 1870. Historically part of Hampshire, it joined Dorset with the reorganisation of local government in 1974. Since 1997, the town has been administered by a unitary authority, giving it autonomy from Dorset County Council although it remains however part of the ceremonial county. The local council is Bournemouth Borough Council.
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