Geography of Great Britain

Geography of Great Britain

Geography of Great Britain may refer to:

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  • Great Britain Historical GIS — The Great Britain Historical GIS (or GBHGIS), is a spatially enabled database that documents and visualises the changing human geography of Great Britain, mainly over the 200 years since the first census in 1801. The project is currently based at …   Wikipedia

  • Great Britain — This article is about the island. For the modern state, see United Kingdom. For the state that existed from 1707 to 1801, see Kingdom of Great Britain. For the ship, see SS Great Britain. For other uses, see Great Britain (disambiguation). Great… …   Wikipedia

  • 1759 in Great Britain — Events from the year 1759 in the Kingdom of Great Britain.Incumbents*Monarch George II of the United Kingdom *Prime Minister Thomas Pelham Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle upon Tyne, WhigEvents* 15 January The British Museum opens in London.cite… …   Wikipedia

  • Southern Railway (Great Britain) — The Southern Railway (SR), was a British railway company established in the 1923 Grouping. It contained notable examples of civil engineering, linking London with the Channel ports, South West England and Kent. The railway was formed by the… …   Wikipedia

  • George II of Great Britain — George II Portrait by Thomas Hudson, 1744 King of Great Britain and Ireland (more...) Reign 11 …   Wikipedia

  • George I of Great Britain — George I George I, c. 1714. Studio of Sir Godfrey Kneller. King of Great Britain and Ireland (more...) …   Wikipedia

  • Settlement of Great Britain and Ireland — The British Isles have a long history of migration from across Europe, starting in the Palaeolithic period. Over the millennia successive waves of immigrants have come to the Isles, a process that is continuing today. The ancient migrations have… …   Wikipedia

  • Rail transport in Great Britain — The railway system in Great Britain is the oldest in the world. It consists of 21,000 miles of standard gauge track, of which 3062 is electrified. Historical overview The system was originally built as a patchwork of local rail links operated by… …   Wikipedia

  • North Channel (Great Britain and Ireland) — Irish Channel redirects here. For the neighbourhood of New Orleans, see Irish Channel, New Orleans. Relief map of the Irish Sea. The North Channel lies to the north of the Irish Sea, and the St George s Channel to the south. (Major ports shown as …   Wikipedia

  • Geography of Scotland — Continent Europe …   Wikipedia


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