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Alderley Edge

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Alderley Edge is a village and civil parish in Cheshire, England. In 2011, it had a population of 4,638.

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Google previewOld cottages, farm houses, and other half-timber buildings in Shropshire, Herefordshire, and Cheshire (1904)

" Alderley Edge is a beautiful spot and it forms quite IN CHESHIRE. 29 .

Google previewCristiano Ronaldo (2015)

The Biography by Guillem Balague

Alderley Edge is an interesting neighbourhood. The suburb is about a twenty-five -minute drive from central Manchester and a similar distance from the training ground. It is a small village, like any other, until you take a closer look. On the ...

Google previewDams and Appurtenant Hydraulic Structures, 2nd edition (2014)

by Ljubomir Tanchev

Alderley Edge is a 3 km-wide tilted horst structure, dipping to the SSW, near the eastern margin of the Cheshire Basin (Fig. 2). The horst is bounded by the normal Alderley and Kirkleyditch Faults, with throws of 250 and 330 m. respectively.

Google previewCelia’s Secret: A Journey towards Reconciliation (2015)

by Martha Ashwell

Alderley Edge is a dramatic red sandstone escarpment, with impressive views from Castle Rock over the Cheshire Plain to the Peak District. The highest point on the Edge was originally a Bronze Age burial mound, later used as a fire ...

Google previewCheshire Walks with Children (1996)

by Nick Lambert

ffllderley Alderley Edge is a popular spot for Sunday walks and days out. ln Summer, it can be very busy in the car parks and on the main paths, but there are still areas where you can walk in peace and solitude, such as Waterfall Wood, on the ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1817)

Alderley Edge is an emionce situated about five miles west from Macclesfield, from which place the road rises by an almost impercepto ascent through narrow sandy lanes: the sand chiefly of a reddish-brown colour. In this red sand-stone the ...

Google previewCountry Life (1904)

Ould: “Alderley Edge is a beautiful spot, and it forms quite a centre for the study of timber buildings. The Eagle and Child, just outside the village, has been an inn for centuries: but its licence has at last been sacrificed ...

Google previewA Dictionary of British Place-Names (2011)

by David Mills

Alderley Edge Ches. Aldredelie 1086 (DB). 'Woodland clearing of a woman called Althrȳth'. OE pers. name + lēah. The 19thcent. addition Edge is taken from the abrupt escarpment here, itself called Alderley Edge (from OE ecg). Aldermaston ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Britannica (1922)

a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information by Hugh Chisholm

Thus the efforts to introduce a zinc-smelting industry on a large scale into England, or to reopen the tin-production of Cornwall, or the copper mines of Alderley Edge, were apparently destined to collapse on the return of more normal prices, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1999)

by John Clute, John Grant

But the Alderley Edge books are unfettered ...

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