Cranford

(from the article `Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn`) ...the novel immediate success, and it won the praise of Charles Dickens and Thomas Carlyle. Dickens invited her to contribute to his magazine, ... ...Princess Street, contain buildings of historical and architectural interest. The 19th-century British writer Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell to...
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Cranford

[NJT station] Following the implementation of the Aldene Plan in 1967, the station served as the western terminus of the Cranford-Bayonne Shuttle. The station is the eastern-most station on the old main line of the Central Railroad of New Jersey still serving as station. Like several other New Jersey Transit lines a once a week freight trai...
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Cranford

township (town), Union county, northeastern New Jersey, U.S. It lies along the Rahway River, immediately west of Elizabeth. The first permanent ...
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