Scunthorpe

==History== Scunthorpe was made up of 5 small villages. These were Scunthorpe, Frodingham, Crosby, Brumby and Ashby. They later joined up to make Scunthorpe as we know today. ===Etymology=== The town appears in the Domesday Book (1086) as Escumetorp, which is Old Norse for `Skuma`s homestead`, a site which is believed to be in the town centre c......
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Scunthorpe

[Dawes Lane] Scunthorpe (Dawes Lane) railway station was a small railway station, the original southern terminus of the North Lindsey Light Railway situated adjacent to the level crossing on Dawes Lane and about 1/2 mile east of the present main line station, opened in 1926, and about 1/8 mile east of Frodingham railway station, Scunthorpes...
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Scunthorpe

Scunthorpe, city (1991 pop. 79,043), in the Parts of Lindsey, North Lincolnshire, E England. Situated on an ironstone field, Scunthorpe was a center of iron and steel manufacture from the early 1900s to the 1970s. Today its principal industry is the manufacture of apparel.
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Scunthorpe

town, unitary authority of North Lincolnshire, historic county of Lincolnshire, England. Scunthorpe is an industrial community dominated by steel ...
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