Steventon

Steventon may refer to:

  • Steventon, Hampshire, England
  • Steventon, Oxfordshire (formerly Berkshire), England
  • Steventon, Shropshire, England

Other articles related to "steventon":

Timeline Of Jane Austen - 1770s
1771 8 June – Henry-Thomas Austen (Jane's brother) born at Steventon Publication of the first edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica completed (begun 1768 ... Austen becomes rector of Deane parish in addition to Steventon Pupils live at Steventon from 1773 to 16 ... December – American colonists protest against British policies by dumping tea into Boston ...
Steventon, Oxfordshire - Amenities
... Steventon has three public houses the Cherry Tree (Wadworth Brewery), The Fox and the North Star, which is the oldest of the three ... music festival, the Truck Festival, is held at Steventon each July ... The village green has a cricket pitch and the Steventon Sports and Social Club which also plays Aunt Sally ...
Steventon Railway Station - Headquarters of The GWR
... Steventon was briefly the headquarters of the GWR in October 1841, the Board decided to merge the previously-separate London and Bristol committees ... Steventon was chosen as a suitable new location because it was close to the half-way point of the line (56 miles 22 chains from the old station at Paddington, 61 miles ... months, during which the accommodation was made ready, the weekly board meetings were held at Steventon from 21 July 1842 until 5 January 1843, when the permanent headquarters was ...
Steventon Railway Station
... Steventon railway station was built when the Great Western Railway extended their main line from Reading to the village of Steventon, opening the line on 1 June 1840 ...
Steventon Railway Station - Station For Oxford
... For four years stagecoaches transported passengers between Steventon and Oxford, until 1844 when a branch was built to the city from Didcot despite this, mail ... On 7 December 1964 British Railways withdrew passenger services from Steventon and all other intermediate stations between Didcot and Swindon ...