Newton Abbot Spurs articles on Wikipedia
Newton Abbot Spurs A.F.C.
1999–2000 season. Newton Abbot Spurs also have two other teams who play in the South Devon League in Division-OneDivision One (Newton Abbot Spurs Reserves) and Division
Jan 17th 2017



Newton Abbot
football clubs: F Buckland Athletic F.C. who play at Homers Heath, and Newton Abbot Spurs A.F.C. who play at the Recreation Ground. The headquarters of Devon
Apr 9th 2017



2009–10 South West Peninsula League
new clubs joined the league after Newton Abbot were expelled and Newton Abbot Spurs were relegated to Division-One-EastDivision One East: Bovey Tracey, runners-up in Division
May 21st 2016



South Devon Football League
Kingskerswell & Chelston | Kingsteignton Athletic | Loddiswell Athletic [1] | Newton Abbot Spurs Reserves | Upton Athletic | Waldon Athletic | Watcombe Wanderers
Apr 22nd 2017



A381 road
The A381 road is a non-trunk 'A'-class road in Devon, England which serves as an important link between the towns of Teignmouth, Kingsteignton, Newton
Jul 23rd 2015



George Smith (footballer, born June 1901)
United for the 1927–28 season and later played for Exmouth Town and Newton Abbot Spurs. Joyce, Michael (2004). Football League Players' Records 1888 to
Jul 5th 2016



Justin Newell
Army, playing football when possible. In 2000, he was playing for Newton Abbot Spurs and was still with them in March 2002. "South Western League Hops"
Apr 17th 2017



Stan Rickaby
in June 1955 before moving on to Weymouth. Rickaby transferred to Newton Abbot Spurs in August 1963 before retiring as a player a year later. Rickaby moved
Oct 6th 2016



2007–08 South West Peninsula League
Cullompton Rangers, Dartmouth, Elburton Villa, Holsworthy, Ivybridge Town, Newton Abbot Spurs and Witheridge. One club, Clyst Rovers, had played in the Western
May 21st 2016



Hiley Edwards
Edwards John Hiley Edwards (10 March 1951 – 8 November 2009) was an English cricketer. Edwards was a left-handed batsman. He played for and later captained Devon
Feb 7th 2017



2008–09 South West Peninsula League
Elburton Villa !Elburton Villa 36 7 6 23 55 88 −33 27 19 Newton Abbot Spurs !Newton Abbot Spurs (R) 36 7 5 24 36 80 −44 26 Relegation to Division One East
May 21st 2016



2016–17 South West Peninsula League
League. Crediton United, Newton Abbot Spurs and Stoke Gabriel applied for promotion to the Premier Division. Newton Abbot Spurs failed the ground grading
Apr 26th 2017



Legend of the Parson and Clerk
The legend of the Parson and Clerk is a tale focusing on a clergyman and the devil set near two stacks located near the towns Teignmouth and Dawlish, Devon
Nov 6th 2016



Chertsey branch line
The Chertsey branch line, opened in 1848, connects the Waterloo to Reading Line at Virginia Water to the South Western Main Line at Weybridge. It is also
Mar 19th 2017



Ditton Junction rail crash
Ditton Junction is near Widnes on the Liverpool spur of the former London and North Western Railway. This complex junction had eight running lines and
Mar 5th 2017



Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway
Lanarkshire">The Lanarkshire and Ayrshire Railway (L&AR) was an independent railway company built to provide the Caledonian Railway with a shorter route for mineral
Jan 5th 2017



Kelvin Valley Railway
The Kelvin Valley Railway was an independent railway designed to connect Kilsyth, an important mining town in central Scotland, with the railway network
Aug 13th 2016



Langley Mill (Branch) railway station
See also Langley Mill railway station Langley Mill railway station was a railway station which served the town of Langley Mill in Derbyshire, England.
Mar 7th 2015



Higher Poynton railway station
Poynton Higher Poynton railway station was a railway station serving the eastern side of the town of Poynton in Cheshire, England. It was opened in 1869 by the
Dec 5th 2016



Glossary of mill machinery
This glossary of mill machinery covers the major pieces of machinery to be found in windmills, watermills and horse mills. It does not cover machinery
Mar 11th 2017



Pendleton railway station
For the disused station in Pendleton, Manchester Greater Manchester, on the Manchester to Preston line, see Pendleton Bridge station (Manchester to Preston Line)
Mar 26th 2017



Glasgow to Aberfoyle Line
The Glasgow to Aberfoyle Line was a railway line in Scotland, built in stages, leaving the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway near Lenzie. Tourist traffic was
Apr 5th 2017



Kingskerswell
Kingskerswell (formerly Kings Carswell, or Kings Kerswell) is a village and civil parish within Teignbridge local government district in the south of Devon
Apr 9th 2017



Clacton-on-Sea railway station
Clacton-on-Sea railway station is one of the eastern termini of the Sunshine Coast Line, a branch of the Eastern-Main-Line">Great Eastern Main Line, in the East of England
Mar 30th 2017



Alyth Railway
Alyth-Railway">The Alyth Railway was a short branch railway line built in Strathmore in Scotland, connecting the town of Alyth to the main line network. It opened in
Aug 22nd 2016



Glasgow City and District Railway
Glasgow-City">The Glasgow City and District Railway was a sub-surface railway line in Glasgow, Scotland, built to connect suburban routes east and west of the city,
Apr 8th 2017



Dunblane, Doune and Callander Railway
The Dunblane, Doune and Callander-RailwayCallander Railway was opened in 1858 to connect Callander and Doune with the Scottish railway network. When promoters wished to
Aug 17th 2016



Winslow Road railway station
Winslow-RoadWinslow Road railway station served the village of East Claydon near Winslow to the north of Quainton in Buckinghamshire, England. It was the second station
Jan 6th 2017



Rutherglen and Coatbridge Railway
The Rutherglen and Coatbridge-RailwayCoatbridge Railway was a railway line in Scotland built by the Caledonian Railway to shorten the route from the Coatbridge area to Glasgow
Jun 20th 2016



Polloc and Govan Railway
The Polloc and Govan Railway was an early mineral railway near Glasgow in Scotland, constructed to bring coal and iron from William Dixon's collieries
Dec 19th 2016



St Lawrence for Pegwell Bay railway station
St Lawrence for Pegwell Bay railway station was a railway station at Ramsgate, Kent, United Kingdom that was opened by the South Eastern Railway in 1864
Mar 19th 2016



Caledonian Railway
This article is about the historical Scottish railway company. For the modern preserved line, see Caledonian Railway (Brechin). The Caledonian Railway
Apr 17th 2017



Callander and Oban Railway
The Callander and Oban-RailwayOban Railway company was built with the intention of linking the sea port of Oban to the railway network. This involved a long line from
Apr 22nd 2017



Horse tack
"Horse equipment" redirects here. For other uses, see Equipment (disambiguation). Tack is a piece of equipment or accessory equipped on horses in the course
Apr 24th 2017



Edinburgh Suburban and Southside Junction Railway
The Edinburgh Suburban and Southside Junction Railway (also known as the Edinburgh Suburban Line) was a railway company that built an east-west railway
Feb 17th 2017



1889 in rail transport
This article lists events related to rail transport that occurred in 1889. January 16Mito-Railway">The Mito Railway between Mito and Oyama, Japan, begins passenger
Mar 10th 2017



Greenock and Ayrshire Railway
Greenock The Greenock and Ayrshire Railway ran from Greenock, Scotland to Bridge of Weir, connecting there to the Glasgow and South Western Railway and making a
Apr 6th 2017



Eston railway station
Eston For Eston railway station (1853–1885) in the South Bank area of Middlesbrough, see South Bank railway station, North Yorkshire. Eston railway station formerly
Dec 20th 2016



Midland Counties Railway
The Midland Counties Railway (MCR) was a railway company in the United Kingdom which existed between 1839 and 1844, connecting Nottingham, Leicester and
Mar 25th 2017



Montrose and Bervie Railway
Montrose The Montrose and Bervie Railway was a Scottish railway. When the Aberdeen Railway opened in 1850, the coastal settlements north of Montrose were not linked
Dec 18th 2016



Strathpeffer railway station
Strathpeffer railway station was a railway station serving the town of Strathpeffer in the county of Ross and Cromarty, (later Highland Region), Scotland
Apr 15th 2017



Augher
Augher (from Irish: Eochair meaning "edge/border") is a small village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It is 18 miles (29 km) southwest of Dungannon
Apr 1st 2017



Calvert railway station
Calvert was a railway station at Calvert, Buckinghamshire on the former Great Central Main Line between Manchester Piccadilly and London Marylebone. The
Feb 1st 2017



Plymouth to Yealmpton Branch
The Plymouth to Yealmpton-BranchYealmpton Branch was a Great Western Railway single track branch railway line in Devon, England, that ran from Plymstock to Yealmpton.
Oct 25th 2016



Exeter to Plymouth railway of the LSWR
"Devon and Cornwall Railway" redirects here. For the train operating company that started in 2012, see Devon and Cornwall Railways. The Exeter to Plymouth
Mar 17th 2017



Railways of Kinross
The Railways of Kinross were a local network of three rural railways which made the town of Kinross in Scotland their objective in the 1859s. They were
Dec 21st 2016



Brackley railway station
This article is about the London and North Western Railway's station. For the Great Central Railway's Brackley station, see Brackley Central railway station
Nov 6th 2016



Shotwick Castle
Shotwick Castle is a Norman medieval fortification near the village of Saughall, Cheshire, England. Construction began in the late 11th century. Its purpose
Nov 6th 2016



Golborne North railway station
Golborne-NorthGolborne North railway station served the village of Golborne, formerly in Lancashire, now in Wigan, England. The station was on the Liverpool, St Helens
Mar 10th 2017



Haldon Hills
Not to be confused with Halton Hills. Coordinates: 50°38′N 3°33′W / 50.64°N 3.55°W / 50.64; -3.55 Haldon-Hills">The Haldon Hills, usually known simply as Haldon
Mar 25th 2017





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