9 10010171 gc/north e1 cobbled
plate 21-39 mm 90 10
Businesses can save money with the eServer 152 as compared to cobbled
solutions from multiple vendors by substantially reducing start-up costs, monthly charges, and operating costs.
Included in this break is a visit to the beautiful city of Chester with its fine sandstone cathedral, narrow cobbled
streets and traditional black and white half-timbered buildings.
Many of the streets in the area that were cobbled
with original stone setts - which arrived in Liverpool after being used as ballast on trade ships from Turkey - have seen them removed to be replaced with Tarmac.
A COUNCIL spent pounds 85,000 on new cobbled
pavements - then agreed to pay pounds 250,000 to rip them up and plant trees.
Corporation Street, with its tram tracks, crosses the foot of the photo, and the dairy stands proud on the right.
When it was cobbled
it was pretty bad to get round on but now it is absolutely fantastic.
As on the previous three days of the festival, six heavily muscled bulls raced through Pamplona's cobbled
streets in a four minute dash to the arena, where they would face bullfighters later in the afternoon.
The facility will feature classic Venetian architecture, including arched bridges, canals, piazzas, and cobbled
walkways, that recreate the richness, color, sights and sounds of a city world-renowned for its ability to caress the senses and inspire the soul.
Contract Notice: Existing cobbled
road to be lifted with approx.
7-acre building site where the new Coronation Street set is being cobbled
To the side of the property there is a spacious cobbled
driveway providing off-road parking.