Some articles on forge, middle, middle forge:
... In the 1590s records exist of what became known as the Upper Forge at Lydbrook built by Thomas Bainham and later owned by Robert Devereux, second Earl of Essex ... In 1628 it was described as standing on "Hangerbury Common, below the King's Forge" ... By 1668 the Upper Forge had disappeared ...
... The canal started at the Upper Forge, and ran close to the Newerne stream, also called The Lyd ... The lower section took a more direct route to the Lower Forge, using the course of the leat which had supplied the works with water ... There were three locks near the Middle works ...
... He hires Tracy as an English teacher at the school, Middle Forge, and is instantly attracted ... dying of AIDS, was also formerly a student of Middle Forge, and at the time, had been one of Louis' favored students ... Noah is a troubled student who was sent to Middle Forge after having developed a crush on a teacher in his previous school ...
Famous quotes containing the words forge and/or middle:
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