Searching for "SOUTH RESTON"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Berwickshire Berwickshire Reston, Ayton, and Burnmouth. A branch of the North British railway deflects from the main line at Reston, goes south Groome
    Berwickshire Railway Berwickshire
    Roxburghshire
    Reston and Dunse branch of the North British, it goes south-westward, through Berwickshire, past Greenlaw and Gordon, to Earlston Groome
    Dunse or Duns Berwickshire south-eastern boundary. The surface sinks to 250 feet above sea-level at the confluence of Langton Burn with the Blackadder, and along the Whitadder to close on 280, thence rising north-westward to 700 feet at Dunse Law, 869 at Jennies Wood, 1000 at Black Hill, 1033 at Commonside, 960 near Windyshiel, and 1065 at Cockburnlaw-heights that belong to the southern ridge of the Lammermuirs. The rocks of the hills are partly eruptive, mainly Silurian; and those elsewhere are sandstone of three different formations, which has been quarried, and which in places is rich in vegetable fossils. More Groome
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Nottinghamshire
    South Reston, Swaby, TheddlethorpeSt. Helen, Mablethorpe-St. Peter, South Thoresby, Tothill, Trusthorpe, and Withern; the vicarages of Calceby, Strubby, Sutton Imperial
    LOUTH Lincolnshire South Elkington, and Welton-le-Wold. Acres, 38,555. Pop., 14,442. Houses, 3,190.—The district comprehends also the sub-district of Withern, containing the parishes of Walmsgate, Swaby, South Thoresby, Belleau, Aby, Saleby, Beesby-in-the-Marsh, Hannah, Trusthorpe, Mablethorpe-St. Mary, Mablethorpe-St. Peter, Maltby-le-Marsh, Strubby, Withern, Gayton-le-Marsh, Tothill, Authorpe, Reston Imperial
    North British Railway Berwickshire
    Midlothian
    Reston on the main line; the branches to Gretna, Port Carlisle, and Silloth; and the line running from Galashiels to Innerleithen and Peebles, with branch to Dolphinton, and returning to main line at Eskbank. There are also short lines to Penicuik, Roslin, and Polton; to North Berwick, Haddington, Macmerry, Musselburgh, and Fisherrow harbour; and the connecting link between South Groome
    Reston, South Lincolnshire Reston, South , par. and vil., Lincolnshire, 6 miles SE. of Louth, 710 ac., pop. 238; near vil. is South Reston Bartholomew
    RESTON (South) Lincolnshire RESTON (South) , a parish, with a village, in Louth district, Lincoln; 2 miles N N E of Authorpe r. station Imperial
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