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Southey

Robert. 1774--1843, English poet, a friend of Wordsworth and Coleridge, attacked by Byron; poet laureate (1813--43)
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Mr Cammock told the court he had been stationed at the Wadsley Bridge train station on the day of the tragedy and escorted Liverpool fans from a train to the Leppings Lane end of the Sheffield Wednesday stadium after 2pm.
He also showed them the former site of Wadsley Bridge Train Station, from where Liverpool supporters were accompanied by police on their way to the stadium.
Head up the A61 in the opposite direction to Sheffield City Centre (Meadowhall & M1) and you will reach the pub on your left just before Wadsley Bridge.