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Northfleet,

town (1991 pop. 26,250), Kent, SE England. Shipbuilding and the production of cement and paper are the main industries. In the center of town is a Roman Catholic church designed by George Gilbert ScottScott, Sir George Gilbert,
1811–78, English architect. Prominent in the Gothic revival, he designed many public structures. He also directed a vast amount of Gothic restoration work, beginning with renovations of Ely Cathedral (1847) and including Westminster Abbey (where
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. Huggens College is in Northfleet.
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You can't do better than be interested in some lime works anywhere down about Northfleet, and doubtful whether some of your lime don't get into bad company as it comes up in barges.'
He stuffed all the swag in a Sainsbury's bag for life and cycled off in Northfleet, Kent, last month.
The sports medicine student, of Northfleet, Kent, said: "I came across it while lighting up a cigarette in my garden.
To make way for the park, businesses located in the Manor Way Business Park in Swanscombe, the Northfleet Industrial Estate and the Kent Kraft Estate in Northfleet will have to relocate to new premises.
The giant reptile was found by a member of the public trapped under the tree in Wallis Park in Northfleet, Kent.
Among many file images surfacing in tributes to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who died last month, was this frame of an August 1978 visit to a Blue Circle Cement works in Northfleet, where the then-Conservative Party leader prepares a cube specimen.
| GRAVESEND & Northfleet, formed by a 1946 merger of Gravesend United and Northfleet United, changed its name in 2007.
Settling the Ebbsfleet Valley; High Speed I excavations at Springhead and Northfleet, Kent: The late Iron Age, Roman, Saxon, and medieval landscape; v.2: Late Iron Age to Roman finds reports.
The reports carried interviews with independent Nigel Barraclough of the Sussex group, Barraclough & Stiles, along with Rodenstock MD Barry Dibble and production director Andy Cobbold, as well as footage of Rodenstock's Northfleet laboratory.
It was only nine years ago Bullard combined his work duties with playing non-league football for Gravesend and Northfleet on a contract worth pounds 60 a week.
Born in Northfleet, Kent, Ms Braid joined EastEnders in 2002 as Victoria "Nana" Moon, the grandmother of former Albert Square landlord Alfie Moon, played by Shane Richie.