Low Moor

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  • The iron works stand in the central part of Low Moor.
  • Today Low Moor is still industrial, but the pollution has been mostly eliminated.
  • The school system's headquarters is located in Low Moor, Virginia.
  • Remains of an Iron Age settlement can also be found on Addingham Low Moor.
  • Eden Township covers an area of and contains one incorporated settlement, Low Moor.
  • As the population of Low Moor and its immediate neighbourhood multiplied, five additional churches were erected.
  • His father was the main owner of the Low Moor ironworks and also represented Bradford in Parliament.
  • Some of the residents of Clitheroe and Low Moor come here to socialize.
  • Nasmyth's first steam hammer was built for the Low Moor Works.
  • Woodcock moved to Low Moor, and was to be architect and general manager until his death in 1833.
  • Successive chairmen of the Low Moor Iron Company occupied the property until the 1920s.
  • He took four wickets in four balls while playing for Low Moor C.C. in 1883.
  • Low Moor made wrought iron products from 1801 until 1957 for export around the world.
  • Low Moor is a district of the town of Clitheroe, located in Lancashire, England.
  • Transperience was a short-lived museum of passenger transport located at Low Moor, in the south of Bradford, England.
  • The road from here used to pass north through Oakenshaw, which runs parallel next to the M606, and then Low Moor.
  • It was cast by the Low Moor Iron Works in Bradford in 1847 and entered service soon after.
  • The town was named for James Kay, a Low Moor Iron Company employee who was in charge of building the town.
  • Harold helped establish the family run Low Moor Ironworks.
  • In 1888, he worked at the manufacture of wrought iron, at the Low Moor Works.
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