Medway

The High Speed 1 Channel Tunnel Rail Link passes through the Medway Towns area, running parallel to the M2/A2 Trunk road. The completion of High Speed 1 has seen domestic services operating on the rail link, which includes a stopping service starting at Faversham running to Strood and Gravesend before joining the High Speed line at Ebbsfleet. From...
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Medway

(from the article `De Ruyter, Michiel Adriaanszoon`) ...worked closely with Johan De Witt to strengthen the Dutch navy. In the Second Anglo-Dutch War (1665–67), his greatest victories were in the Four ...
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Medway

[1902] The Medway was a four-masted barque built in 1902 by A. McMillan & Son, Dumbarton, Scotland. It was originally named the Ama Begonakoa when built for Messrs Sota and Aznar of Bilboa but was registered in Montevideo and first flew the Uruguayan flag. The ship`s figure-head was the Madonna and Child. Devitt and Moore purchased the ship...
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Medway

[producer] Medway (real name Jesse Skeens) is an American DJ and record producer, who has released records on such record labels as Hooj Choons and Release Records. He has also had various tracks on many compilation albums in the Global Underground series. In April 2000, his `Fat Bastard (EP)` spent one week at #69 in the UK Singles Chart. ...
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Medway

HMS Medway was a British submarine depot ship of 14650 tons displacement launched in 1928. HMS Medway was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 16 knots. She carried a complement of 400 and was designed to mother eighteen submarines. HMS Medway was armed with two 4-inch guns; four 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and twelve smaller guns.
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Medway

Kentish river near Rochester and Chatham. Dickens lived in this area as a child and late in life when he resided at Gad's Hill Place.
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Medway

River of southeast England; length about 96 km/60 mi. It rises in Sussex and flows through Kent and Medway Towns unitary authority, becoming an estuary at Rochester, before entering the Thames at Sheerness. In local tradition it divides the `Men of Kent`, who live to the east, from the `Kentish Men`, who live to the west...
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Medway

unitary authority, geographic and historic county of Kent, southeastern England. The unitary authority is named for, and lies around the mouth of, ...
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