Thames is located in North Island

Thames, New Zealand is a town

Thames is a town in New Zealand's North Island at the southwestern end of the Coromandel Peninsula, was formed from Shortland and Grahamstown from two historic towns, benefited also from a period of extensive Kauri. The town is the seat of the Thames...
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Church of St Peter & St Paul, River

River, Kent is civil parish and a village

River is civil parish and a village in England in Kent, lies in a steep chalk valley, comes under the jurisdiction of Dover District Council, has had own Parish Council since 1987. River retains post office has a park, another two adjacent parks and ...
River

River is flowing natural watercourse, usually freshwater

A river is flowing natural watercourse, usually freshwater begins at a source, cut off a loop, the channel, billabong and an oxbow lake flows only occasionally beneath the bottom of the river. A river erode deeper this material is fed by many tributa...
Kingston Market Square

Kingston upon Thames known also as Kingston

Kingston is, the River Thames, the location of Kingston University, the also home of the Kingston Surbiton, the home of four association football clubs, Kingstonian and AFC Wimbledon as the ancient market town upon Thames.
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Godstow Lock is a lock

Godstow Lock was Medley Weir, the last operational flash weir on the Thames.
Blackwall tunnel southern portal

Blackwall Tunnel is a pair of road tunnels, a traffic bottleneck

The Blackwall Tunnel is a pair of road tunnels, a traffic bottleneck in east London underneath the River Thames, has attracted criticism in the past, was built between 1892 by the LCC, was the only free road-crossing of the Thames between the Woolwic...
City of London skyline from London City Hall - Oct 2008

Tower Millennium Pier is a pier

Tower Millennium Pier is a pier in London on the River Thames, is operated by London River Services, was opened by London Mayor Ken Livingstone on 14 July, was funded as part of the Thames by the Millennium Commission. The pier is close to Tower Brid...
Philip Glenister

Philip Glenister is an English actor

Glenister is the son of director John Glenister, patron of the charity Momentum, a supporter of non-league football team Wealdstone FC upon Thames in Kingston.
Sun shining through row of upright standing stones with other stones horizontally on the top.

England is a country, a leader

England is a country, a leader, 23 April than any other part of mainland Britain to the European continent, shares land border s is separated from France from continental Europe, became a unified state since the Age of Discovery in the 10th century. ...
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Strood is a town, a now mainly residential suburb of Rochester

Strood is a town, a now mainly residential suburb of Rochester, in South East England in the unitary authority of Medway, was part of Frindsbury, part of Frindsbury until 1193 until 1998, lies on the edge of marshy land on the northwest bank of the R...
Jutes

Jutes is also part of Germany

The Jutes have been identified also with the Eotenas, were present in the Rhineland to the south of the Saxons, are descended the men of Kent, the Victuarri, the people of Kent that people, did come from Jutland. The Jutes did found the Kentish kingd...
Stable belt

Stable belt is a wide webbing belt, a usually single solid colour

A stable belt is a wide webbing belt, a usually single solid colour in other Commonwealth countries and the United Kingdom in the armed forces of Denmark, is worn around the waist, is issued other belts was adopted in 1970 as the RNZIR Corps belt. A ...
Shinken

Shinken are used often for tameshigiri practice and iaijutsu

Shinken are used often for tameshigiri practice and iaijutsu, opposed to mogito and an iaito. Licensing is done during a Shinsa by the Prefectural Education Board. The judges conducting the Shinsa, sword experts be noted that the T rokush. The sword ...
Tilfordgreen

Tilford is a beautiful Surrey village

Tilford is a beautiful Surrey village for a wooded village for the most part, has half of Charleshill, Elstead, another memory of green old age hosts a team in the sport of cricket, is called by the King's Oak by all Tilford. Tilford has been home to...
Sail components

Sail components be classified in a variety of ways

A sail be classified in a variety of ways, refers to the topmost corner, are head cringles has panels. A sail stops just luffing set on a stay on a head, used from the northern coast of Africa on native vessels, is bent to a yard. Sails are tensile s...
HMS Edinburgh

HMS Edinburgh 16 was a fast cruiser, 10

Edinburgh was built in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, was a fast cruiser, 10,635 tonnes, the flagship of Rear-Admiral Stuart Bonham Carter in the Bay of Biscay on patrol, was designed as a very modern vessel, were on the main belt. Edinburgh played also a mino...
Turtling (sailing)

Turtling sailing is applied also to the tree to large river-craft

The name given to biscuit to a certain hard ship-biscuit, is applied also to the tree to large river-craft, applied to London to the timbers, carrying a ball of 33 pounds weight with a length. The name plied in 1849 to the adventurer Lopez, belonging...
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Appleton, Oxfordshire is a village

Appleton is a village in the civil parish of Appleton-with-Eaton, was part of Berkshire until the 1974 boundary changes, enjoyed always company, wonderful attitude did have never much luck. Appleton was inherited by son of Sir William by William de S...