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|Avro Lancaster (Just Jane) East Kirkby Air Museum||10/05/2007||413|
|Lancaster Castle is a castle and a prison originating in Roman times. The castle and close by priory were founded by the end of the eleventh century, with part of the Norman keep surviving to this day. The most substantial medieval remnant was the result of rebuilding during the fourteenth century.||02/05/2006||734|
Lancaster House is a mansion in the St. James's district in the West End of London. It is close to St. James's Palace and much of the site was once part of the palace complex.
|Twelve of Bomber Command's new Lancaster heavy bombers were dispatched unescorted on a daring low-level raid 500 miles across France and Germany to attempt a precision attack on the MAN factory at Augsburg where U-boat engines were built. ||05/17/2007||832|
|Location Of A Lancaster Bomber||01/11/2006||2,380|
|With the help of concept3D, the map has become an excellent source of information for the school. Powered by the Concept3D "CampusBird Atlas" CMS, Duke staff can edit the map and publish new information on their own. In addition, all data is mirrored between the Google Earth Plugin API and the Google Maps API on the site; it appears seamless to the end user, but it's a tricky piece of...||12/11/2011||1,046|
|Duke Energy Nuclear Power Plant is a regional provider of nuclear power to the southeastern United States.||10/31/2005||705|
|At the Scottish Maritime Museum.|
The City of Adelaide is a clipper ship, built in Sunderland, England, and launched on 7 May 1864. The ship was commissioned in the Royal Navy as HMS Carrick between 1923 and 1948 and, after decommissioning, was known as Carrick until 2001. At a conference convened by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh in 2001, the decision was made to revert the ship's nam...
|Located in Palmsprings and outside Lancaster. The areas has been marked.||03/31/2006||367|
|Written on a roof in St Louis||05/21/2008||403|
|A very nice analemmanic sundial made of stone. ||09/02/2007||304|
|170 Lancasters and 17 Halifaxes repeated the raid on Berlin. The weather was better than on the previous night but the Pathfinders were again unable to mark the centre of the city and again the bombing fell mainly in the southern areas. The Bomber Command report stated that the Daimler-Benz factory was hit, either during this night or during the raid of the previous night, but this is not confi...||10/29/2005||1,102|