Guildford

(from the article `Guildford`) town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Surrey, England, at a ford across the River Wey on the north side of the gap by ...
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Guildford

town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Surrey, England, at a ford across the River Wey on the north side of the gap by ...
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Guildford

Guildford (gil'furd) , town (1991 pop. 61,509) and district, Surrey, SE England, on the Wey River. The county seat of Surrey, Guildford is a market and residential commuter town of London. Manufactures include knitwear, plastics, and engineered goods. Sheep and cattle fairs are held in the town....
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Guildford

Cathedral city and county town (since 1257) of Surrey, southeast England, on the River Wey, 48 km/30 mi southwest of London; urban population (2001) 69,400; borough population (2001) 129,700. Industries include telecommunications, engineering, and the manufacture of plastics and pharmaceuticals. Features include a ruined Norman castle, ...
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Guildford

[Surrey] Guildford railway station is at one of three main railway junctions on the Portsmouth Direct Line and serves the town of Guildford in Surrey, England. It is 30.3 miles (48 km) from London Waterloo. It provides an interchange station for three other railway lines: the North Downs Line northwards towards Reading, and with connection ...
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Guildford

Guildford d is the county town of Surrey, England and the seat of the borough of Guildford. The town is 27 miles (43 km) southwest of central London on the A3 trunk road mid-way between the capital and Portsmouth. Guildford has Saxon roots and historians attribute its location to the existence of a gap in the North Downs where the River Wey was fo...
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Guildford

[1810] Guildford was a 521 ton merchant ship and convict ship that transported convicts to Australia. Built in 1810 on the Thames for Mangles. She was described as a two decker. She underwent major repairs in 1819, her hull was sheathed in copper in 1822, she had new sales, top sides and deck, the copper was repaired and other repairs in 18...
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