Salford

(from the article `Salford`) city and metropolitan borough in the west-central part of the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, historic county of Lancashire, England. It ... ...to the south beyond the River Mersey, to annex 9 square miles (23 square kilometres) of northern Cheshire. Two large metropolitan boroughs adjoin ... [...
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Salford

[speedway] Salford were a British speedway team from Salford that competed in the English Dirt Track League in the inaugural season of British Speedway in 1929. ==Brief history== They first competed in the English Dirt Track League (effectively the Northern League) in 1929 when they finished 5th. They were based at Salford Albion Stadium in...
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Salford

city and metropolitan borough in the west-central part of the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, historic county of Lancashire, England. It ...
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Salford

Industrial city in Greater Manchester, northwest England, on the west bank of the River Irwell and the Manchester Ship Canal; population (2001) 72,800. Industries include engineering and the manufacture of electrical goods and textiles. History Mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle of 923, Salford was a place of some importance in the Angl...
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