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Historic district contributing properties in 13 Boathouse Row, Pennsylvania, National Register of Historic Places in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, National Historic Landmarks in Pennsylvania, Buildings and structures in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cultural infrastructure completed in 1871, Victorian architecture in Pennsylvania, Boathouse Row, Schuylkill Navy, Sports clubs established in 1867, 1867 establishments in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Register of Historic Places, Historic district contribu...
 
 
Bear Mountain Bridge Road is a three-mile (4.8 km), two-lane section of US 6- 202 from the west approach to Bear Mountain Bridge to a former toll house in the Town of Cortlandt, New York, United States. It winds around the steep, rocky slopes of Anthonys Nose, the southernmost peak of the Hudson Highlands on the east side of the Hudson River. In its first mile from the junction with NY 9D it climbs 200 feet (61 m) to a scenic overlook that looks out over Iona Island, Dunderberg Mountain, the cit...
 
 Hampton Park is a park and neighbourhood in Kitchissippi Ward, in the west end of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is directly north of the Queensway at Island Park Drive. The neighbourhood, referred to as Hampton-Iona by its community association is sometimes considered a sub-neighbourhood of the Westboro area. The neighbourhood is bounded on the west by Tweedsmuir Avenue, on the east by Island Park Drive on the north by Richmond Road and the south by Carling Avenue. The population of the neighbourh...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Iona (Scottish Gaelic: Sanndraigh) is a small community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Victoria County on Cape Breton Island. It is named after Iona in Scotland. Perched above the Barra Strait between the Great Bras dOr and Pipers Cove portions of Bras dOr Lake, Iona is the western terminus of the Barra Strait Bridge carrying Nova Scotia Route 223 across to Grand Narrows village. The Cape Breton and Central Nova Scotia Railway passes through the village, crossing the Barra S...
MacCormack Beach Provincial Park is a small picnic park overlooking the Bras dOr Lake, in the community of Plaster Cove, in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Victoria County on Cape Breton Island. The park entrance is off of St. Columba Road, just 0.3 kilometres (0.19 mi) north of Iona, Nova Scotia. Civic address: 2481 St. Columba Rd, Iona, Nova Scotia. The park provides beach access and offers picnic tables scattered through a softwood forest overlooking picturesque Plaster Cove ...

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Iona is a group of small islands in Placentia Bay that used to be inhabited. The islands were once called Rams or Rams Island. The population was reported to be 197 in the 1836 Census and 100 in 1921 and 67 in 1940. Iona was originally settled by Irish Roman Catholics, which included but not limited to, the surnames of Griffin, Bruce, Fitzpatrick, Murphy, Sweeney, McFarrell (Later McFarlane), Duke, Pope, Newman, Northover, Bird, Whiffen, and King. The depression of the 1930s severely impacted th...
Saint Eunans College (Irish: Coláiste Adhamhnáin) is an all-male voluntary secondary school in County Donegal, Ireland. Located in the Glencar area of Letterkenny, it is an imposing three-storey structure resembling a castle, and is known as the castle on the hill. It was designed by renowned Irish architect Thomas Francis McNamara. Noted also for the peculiar nature of its architecture, with four turreted round towers and flying buttresses modelled on the nearby Cathedral, it is divided by a ...
Iona, Burial sites of the Crovan dynasty, Burial sites of the Royal House of Northumbria, Celtic art, Extinct volcanoes, National Trust for Scotland properties, Paleogene volcanism, Volcanoes of Scotland, Islands of Argyll and Bute, Landforms of Argyll and Bute, Islands of the Inner Hebrides, Hidden categories:, Use dmy dates from July 2012, Articles containing Scottish Gaelic-language text, Articles containing Old Norse-language text, Articles with OS grid coordinates, Commons category template...
 
Historic Scotland properties, Benedictine monasteries in Scotland, Category A listed buildings in Argyll and Bute, Listed monasteries in Scotland, Scheduled Ancient Monuments in Scotland, Iona, 563 establishments in Scotland, Christian monasteries established in the 6th century, Visitor attractions in Argyll and Bute, Museums in Argyll and Bute, Religious museums in Scotland, Historic Scotland properties in Argyll and Bute, Burial sites of the House of Ivar, Hidden categories:, Pages using web c...Iona Abbey is located on the Isle of Iona, just off the Isle of Mull on the West Coast of Scotland. It is one of the oldest and most important religious centres in Western Europe. The abbey was a focal point for the spread of Christianity throughout Scotland and marks the foundation of a monastic community by St. Columba, when Iona was part of the Kingdom of Dál Riata. Iona Abbey is home to the Iona Community, an ecumenical Christian religious order, and remains a popular site of Christian pilg...
 Bishops House, Iona was built in 1894, when Iona Abbey was still in ruins, to provide a place for Scottish Episcopalians on the island of Iona. It was originally called Saint Columbas House, after the chapel at its centre dedicated to Saint Columba. It was established under Bishop Alexander Chinnery-Haldane, a year after the tenancy was granted by the 9th Duke of Argyll, as a place of prayer, study, contemplation and Eucharist. Despite protests from the local established church minister the hous...
The Isle of Erraid (Scottish Gaelic: Eilean Earraid) is a tidal island approximately one mile square in area located in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It lies west of Mull (to which it is linked by a beach at low tide) and southeast of Iona. The island receives about 100 centimetres (39.4 in) of rain and 1,350 hours of sunshine annually, making it one of the driest and sunniest places on the western seaboard of Scotland. It is attended by numerous uninhabited small islets, the largest being Eil...
 The Kildalton Cross is a monolithic high cross in Celtic cross form in the churchyard of the former parish church of Kildalton (from Scottish Gaelic Cill Daltain, Church of the Foster Son (i.e. St John the Evangelist) on the island of Islay in the Inner Hebrides, Scotland. It was carved probably in the second half of the 8th century AD, and is closely related to crosses of similar date on Iona. It is often considered the finest surviving Celtic cross in Scotland, and is certainly one of the most...
Eilean Munde is a small island in Loch Leven, close to Ballachulish. It is the site of a chapel built by St. Fintan Mundus (also known as Saint Fintan Munnu), who travelled here from Iona in the 7th Century. The church was burnt in 1495 and rebuilt in the 16th Century. The last service in the church was held in July, 1653. The island is the site of a graveyard once used by the Stewarts of Ballachulish, the MacDonalds of Glencoe and the Camerons of Callart. The clans shared the island and the mai...
 Park Farm is a housing scheme in the upper east area of Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, Scotland, built on the site of Park farm which stood near Parkhill Square. It consists of two distinct phases; the original phase stretches uphill from Parkhill Square to Mull Avenue and the second phase (Upper Park Farm) was built in the late 1960s and consists of the streets around Oronsay Avenue. All of the streets take their names from Scottish islands. These include Stroma Avenue, Islay Avenue, Rona Avenue, Pl...
The Rosemarkie sculpture fragments are the Pictish slabs and stone fragments other than the main Rosemarkie Stone which have been discovered in Rosemarkie, on the Black Isle of Easter Ross. There are fourteen in all. Perhaps the most widely known is the so-called Daniel Stone. The latter is so named because of the tendency among scholars and enthusiasts of Pictish art to give every Pictish stone a Christian interpretation. In this case, the depiction of a mans head at the jaws of a wolf-like bea...
Dull is a village located in the county of Perth and Kinross in Scotland. Situated in the Highland part of the county, Dull consists of a single street of houses on the north side of the valley of the River Tay. The place-name may mean meadow in Gaelic. However, Duncan Campbell relates a traditional tale in The Lairds of Glenlyon (1886) which connects the Gaelic word dul (snare) with the withies on the hearse of St Adomnán snapping, thus deciding his burial-place and the founding of Dull. The p...
St Adamnans Church (also known as Lonan Old Church and originally known in Manx as Keeill ny-Traie, or the chapel by the shore) is the former parish church of Lonan in the Isle of Man. The church is situated in an isolated position, surrounded by open farmland on the eastern coast of the island, between Groudle Glen and Baldrine. The eastern (and oldest) part of the church has been restored, but it is otherwise in a ruinous, though well-tended, condition. St Adamnan was the Abbot of Iona between...
 

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 The St. Neots Derailment 1895 occurred near to St. Neots railway station on 10 November 1895 when a Great Northern Railway Scottish express from Kings Cross encountered a broken rail. The train left Kings Cross on time at 23:30 on Saturday night and proceeded at normal speed, which would have been about 50 mph. It was hauled by one of the GNRs latest and largest of its 8 foot singles, number 1006. The consist was of eight vehicles: a guards van, a coach, a Pullman sleeping car (Iona), a corridor...
 
Boys schools in New Zealand, Educational institutions established in 1953, Secondary schools in the Hawkes Bay Region, Schools in Hastings, New Zealand, 1953 establishments in New Zealand, Hidden categories:, Use dmy dates from February 2015, Use New Zealand English from February 2015, All Wikipedia articles written in New Zealand English, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with links needing disambiguation, Articles with links needing disambiguation from April 2012, Articles needing addition... Lindisfarne College is a state integrated Presbyterian boys day and boarding intermediate and high school Hastings, New Zealand. The school is named after the Holy island Lindisfarne off the northeast coast of England. The College was established on 14 April 1953, by the Herrick Family. The modest roll of 33 students rapidly increased, in 2013 being over 500 students. About half the school students are full or weekly borders. Its sister school, Iona College for girls, is situated in nearby Havel...
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  Iona is a census-designated place (CDP) in Lee County, Florida, United States. The population was 11,756 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Cape Coral�Fort Myers Metropolitan Statistical Area.  

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