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The Roaring Meg Hydro Scheme discharges into the Kawarau, and at times the lower station has been flooded by the river.
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It has been suggested that this was a reaction to offence caused by the Governor-General of Canada, Harold Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis who was of Northern Irish descent and who allegedly arranged to have placed symbols of Northern Ireland, notably a replica of the famous Roaring Meg cannon used in the Siege of Derry, in front of Costello at a state dinner.
Waitiri Station is the major ranch of the Kawarau Gorge and runs from the Bungy Bridge to the Roaring Meg on SH6.
" Roaring Meg ( cannon ) | Roaring Meg ", a surviving example of a civil-war Mortar ( weapon ) | mortar
It has been suggested that it was a spur of the moment reaction to offence caused by the Governor-General of Canada, Harold Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis who was of Northern Irish descent and who allegedly placed symbols of Northern Ireland, notably a replica of the famous Roaring Meg cannon used in the Siege of Derry, before an affronted Costello at a state dinner.
Finally, in late June, the Royalist fled, having observed a Parliamentarian army, including a Roaring Meg siege cannon approaching the town.
Fairfax's men began to dig trenches towards the castle, and used these to move mortars forward, probably including the famous " Roaring Meg ", bringing the interior of the castle into artillery range.
They met at Hopton Heath and were attacked there by the Royalists, whose force consisted of about 1, 100 cavalry, 100 foot and artillery, including a large artillery piece called " Roaring Meg ".
* Roaring Meg ( waterfall ), a waterfall in the Daintree National Park in North Queensland, Australia
:* rugged mountain peaks and gorges with swiftly flowing rivers and spectacular waterfalls ( e. g., Thornton Peak, Mossman Gorge, Roaring Meg Falls );
During the Civil War he commanded Goodrich Castle, defending it against the Parliamentarians until July 1645 when Colonel John Birch finally broke the defences using the famous cannon Roaring Meg.
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Some evidence of this first arose in late 2003 when Labor allowed Hydro Tasmania to sell its subsidiary software business, Hydstra, to a German competitor and again in 2005 when they allowed the sale of part of its financial interests in Wind Farm company, Roaring 40s to a Chinese company CLP Power Asia.
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The county's three other major streams, all of which flow into the Yadkin, are the Reddies River, Roaring River, and Mulberry Creek.
In October 2010, a plan was revealed to renovate the ailing Resorts Casino Hotel into a Roaring Twenties theme.
In March 1934 he sent Roaring Lion and Attila the Hun to New York City to record ; they became the first calypsonians to record abroad, bringing the genre out of the West Indies and into pop culture.
Roaring winds rush forth from a type of goatskin bag manipulated by Feng Bo (" Earl of Wind "), who was later transformed into Feng Po Po (" Madame Wind ").
The roller rink building was re-floored and used as a skating rink until the mid-1980s, when it was converted into the " Roaring Creek Saloon ", which now contains a concession stand, an arcade, the XD Theater, and performances.
The south and west slopes of Mount Jefferson drain into Hell Roaring Creek, thence into Red Rock Creek, the Red Rock River, the Beaverhead River, the Jefferson River, the Missouri River, the Mississippi River, and into the Gulf of Mexico.
When the building was completed in the early 1930s, New York and the rest of the nation had just finished the Roaring 20s and was headed into economic distress and World War II.
The Taconic moves to the east in the process, then resumes its roughly northward heading up the Roaring Creek valley into Clarence Fahnestock State Park.
Other proposed ideas would have been the conversion of the former Roaring ' 20s section into the “ Enterprise ” territory.
PA 42 curves to the northwest as it heads through more rural areas, crossing the Roaring Creek and continuing into Catawissa Township.
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During the Weimar era, Berlin became internationally renowned as a center of cultural transformation, at the heart of the Roaring Twenties.
A " Roaring Forties " replica of a 1965 Ford GT40 in Shelby livery on display at the 2005 United States Grand Prix
He also had a great interest in ferryboats, at his fiancee's suggestion, their marriage was performed on the Roaring Bull boat, part of the Millersburg Ferry, in the middle of the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania.
He told the attendant he was going surfing at Roaring Beach, but the attendant noted it was a very calm day.
From the Roaring twenties # Tolerance towards other groups | Roaring Twenties and the time of Weimar culture: a meeting point for homosexuals, described by Klaus Mann and Christopher Isherwood: the area at Berlin s Nollendorfplatz and Motzstrasse
It ran through unfenced ranch lands in the county before joining the Quanah, Acme and Pacific Railway at Roaring Springs.
Taylor includes in the mural Quanah Parker at Roaring Springs, Judge Henry H. Campbell in his dugout prior to the establishment of the Matador Ranch, Dude Barton, an honoree of the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, and Shannon Davidson, a long-distance rider who won a Hollywood movie contract.
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, when a tannery existed at the confluence of Roaring Branch and Stony Creek near the center of town, the peak population of 1, 250 was attained.
The Stony Creek Inn, the Creek Center Mercantile and the Post Office now occupy three of the four corners and a small park adjacent at Roaring Branch occupies the fourth.
The canal made use of the Kiskiminetas River using a system of slackwater dams, and the boats floated on the river, entering a lock located at the mouth of Roaring Run.
Prior to 1866, when the first paper mill was built, Roaring Spring had been a grist mill hamlet with a country store at the intersection of two rural roads that lead to the mill near the spring.
Prior to 1866, when the first paper mill was built, Roaring Spring had been a grist-mill hamlet with a country store at the intersection of two rural roads that lead to the mill near the spring.
1888 ) next door, and the stone, three-story, semi-Romanesque Roaring Spring Bank ( 1902 ) next to the store at 257 N. Main Street.
Also adjoining the park at the west side is the surviving building ( 1904 ) from the Roaring Spring Planing Mill Company.
1948 ) at Spang, Church and East Main Streets, and the former Roaring Spring Department Store building ( the Company Store ).
Unlike coal company towns, Roaring Spring possesses a relatively wide variety of housing types without a hierarchical town plan, and unlike a model community like Kistler, no master plan appears at work like a template beneath the townscape.
Instead, Roaring Spring's street pattern evolved episodically from a combination of natural topography, pre-existing land tracts, and the confluence of old country roads at the Big Spring.
As one example of this phenomenon, many of the houses in Roaring Spring built at the turn of the century appear to be older Victorian types, such as many Gothic Revivals models of the era which are really double-pile Georgian types in plan.
In the summer of 1795, Charles Dolph, John Carey, and John West began the labor of clearing and plowing lands in the neighborhood of Bucktown or Corners, as this place was long called after the first foot-path opened from Blakeley to the Roaring Brook crossed the Wyoming road at Allsworth ’ s.
A Baptist, Gunter is interred at Roaring Springs Cemetery alongside his wife, the former Stella Mae Warren.