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by Ted Hughes

eBook The volunteers: The Bournemouth Fire Brigade 1870-1929 (Bournemouth local studies publications) download ISBN: 0906287812
Author: Ted Hughes
Publisher: Bournemouth Local Studies Publications (1990)
Language: English
Pages: 81
ePub: 1236 kb
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Rating: 4.6
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Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering

The Volunteers: The Bournemouth Fire Brigade 1870-1929. A history of the Bournemouth fire brigade from its beginnings until 1929 written by a retired Bournemouth fireman. Illustrated with old photos.

Collectable Fire Brigade Publications.

A volunteer fire brigade was formed in 1870. The Bournemouth Echo started publication in 1900. The Pavilion was built in 1929. The first electric trams in Bournemouth ran in 1901. The Improvement Commissioners were replaced by a mayor and aldermen in 1890. A little wooden jetty was built in 1855. The railway reached Bournemouth in 1870, which made it far easier to reach, and increased the number of visitors. Victorian Bournemouth grew at a phenomenal rate. By 1881 the population of Bournemouth stood at 16,859. Bournemouth Municipal College opened in 1913. It is now called Bournemouth and Poole College).

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Bournemouth /ˈbɔːrnməθ/ (listen) is a coastal resort town on the south coast of England. At the 2011 census, the town had a population of 183,491, making it the largest in the administrative county of Dorset. With Poole to the west and Christchurch in the east, Bournemouth is part of the South East Dorset conurbation, which has a population of 465,000. Before it was founded in 1810 by Lewis Tregonwell, the area was a deserted heathland occasionally visited by fishermen and smugglers.

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In 2009, Bournemouth University established the Durotriges Project, a programme of archaeological fieldwork designed to further investigate the nature of the native cultural footprint and objectively assess how Britons and Romans interacted

In 2009, Bournemouth University established the Durotriges Project, a programme of archaeological fieldwork designed to further investigate the nature of the native cultural footprint and objectively assess how Britons and Romans interacted. The project was intended as an opportunity to move away from the dramatic interpretation of historical events, with the Durotriges actively resisting the Roman invasion of AD 43, before being defeated in a series of battles and their culture and identity being subsequently eradicated.

1870 The railway reaches Bournemouth and a volunteer fire brigade was formed. 1872 Bournemouth Arcade completed. 1874 Winter Gardens laid out. 1876 Boundaries enlarged to include Boscombe and Springbourne. Boscombe railway station opened. 1900 Bournemouth Echo starts publication. 1901 Boundaries extend to include Pokesdown and Southbourne. Electric Trams service began.