Barnsley

(from the article `Barnsley`) town and metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of South Yorkshire, historic county of Yorkshire, England. Situated on the River Dearne, a ... metropolitan county in north-central England. It comprises four metropolitan boroughs: Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham, and the city of Sheffield. ... [2 relate...
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Barnsley

town and metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of South Yorkshire, historic county of Yorkshire, England. Situated on the River Dearne, a ...
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Barnsley

Barnsley (bärnz'lē) , city (1991 pop. 76,783) and metropolitan district, N England. Coal mining, engineering, and clothing industries dominate the local economy. A mining and technical college is in Barnsley.
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Barnsley

Town and administrative headquarters of Barnsley metropolitan borough, South Yorkshire, England, on the River Dearne, 26 km/16 mi north of Sheffield; population (2001) Barnsley 71,600; Dearne Valley urban area 218,100. It lies on one of Britain's richest coal fields, although the industry is in decline. Manufactured products include...
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Barnsley

[speedway] Barnsley were a British speedway team from Barnsley, England, that competed in the English Dirt Track League in the inaugural season of British Speedway in 1929. ==History== Formed in 1928, they first competed in the English Dirt Track League (effectively the Northern League) in 1929 when they finished 11th. They closed midway th...
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