River Trent


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a river in central England that flows generally northeastward to join with the Ouse River and form the Humber

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Once again, time just seemed to stand still as we were somehow transported all the way back to the industrial revolution when Josiah Wedgewood proposed the building of the canal from the River Trent to the River Mersey - and James Brindley designed it.
An investigation is under way into the "serious pollution incident" in which cyanide and untreated sewage ended up in the River Trent, killing thousands of fish.
The river Trent separates the highlands from the lowlands in central and eastern England, and has been quarried for sand and gravel since Medieval times.
The Kingdom of Northumbria stretched even further south than the Humber, its southern limit being the River Trent which loops across central England.
A married couple watched them have sex twice by the River Trent in Newark, Notts, before reporting them to police.
The proposed canal basin will serve as a fitting terminus to the Chesterfield canal, a 46 mile long waterway which will eventually link to the River Trent.
The following month she became the largest vessel to navigate the River Trent upstream of Gainsborough in Lincolnshire.
Dadi is spending the remainder of the season on loan at Notts County after failing to make a first team breakthrough on the other side of the River Trent at Forest.
Since her disappearance detectives have been carrying out searches of the River Trent and surrounding countryside.
Laura, aged 18, was last seen walking home from her local pub in the village of Owston Ferry by the River Trent in north Lincolnshire on April 27.
A SPECIALIST team was trawling stretches of the River Trent yesterday as part of the search for missing teenager Laura Torn.
A 45-year-old sailor was last night missing after falling overboard from a cargo ship moored on the River Trent in the North Lincolnshire area.
He spent days in hospital recovering from hypothermia after the tragedy in January 2012 on the River Trent.
It comes as the city of Nottingham prepares to say Hats off to our Heroes and thank you when it hosts the nation s fifth annual Armed Forces Day on Saturday 29 June at the Victoria Embankment next to the River Trent.
Buildings have been flooded after the River Trent burst its banks following what clerk of the course Roderick Duncan described as "24 hours of non-stop rain".