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Richard Trevithick & Hazeldine Foundry

Hazeldine & Co., which was set up in Bridgnorth around 1792. The Hazeldine Foundry became famous for the construction of Richard Trevithick’s London rail locomotive Catch-Me-Who-Can, the world’s first fare paying passenger locomotive. Unfortunately, no trace of the foundry remains [...]

RAF Bridgnorth

RAF Bridgnorth was a Royal Air Force Station, created on 6 November 1939, at Stanmore, to the east of Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England. However, as RAF Stanmore Park already existed in Middlesex, it was named RAF Bridgnorth. Although during its existence [...]

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