lock keeper


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lock keeper

The box on a doorjamb into which the bolt of a lock protrudes.
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Grandson John said: "He was a lock keeper in Caldercruix and was working for the majority of his life in various jobs.
The volunteer lock keeper scheme is being rolled out across the country following a successful trial period.
One group on the Facebook social networking site was called "Mass trip to the Lock Keeper's Inn to see big Kirk McCambley".
Flowers were also ever present at the many lock houses along the meandering Nantes-Brest Canal, where lock keepers compete with one another to put on the best displays.
Throughout France and on some wider canals elsewhere, a lock keeper directs the procedure.
It's called Lock Keeper's Cottage and it's believed to be the only detached property in the city centre.
Sample fresh, homemade food, live music and a range of delicious cocktails - The Lock Keeper is a great place to watch the sun set with a tipple.
A CHARITY is searching for new volunteers to take-up one of the most iconic roles on the West Midlands' historic waterways - the lock keeper.
The Lock Keeper's Cottage and the Scott Memorial will be moved away from their present position.
Castlereagh Borough Council, on which she was a councillor, wanted a tenant to run the Lock Keeper's Inn cafe.
As a result, planning approval is now being sought to add 56 additional spaces on land adjacent to the Lock Keeper's Cottage nearby.