preservation society

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preservation society

n (for buildings) → Denkmalschutzverband m; (for nature) → Landschaftsschutzverband m
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1903: The first wildlife preservation society in Britain was founded under the name The Society for the Preservation of the Wild Fauna of the Empire.
Including tram cars from Birkenhead, Liverpool, Wallasey, it was set up in collaboration with the volunteers of the Merseyside Tramway Preservation Society.
Volunteers from the Royal Deeside Railway Preservation Society are restoring the carriage and historic line.
She is an avid boater, actively supports the Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society and is the co-chair and event organizer for the Huntington Harbor Parade of Lights.
THE Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society marked the end of an era as Richard Hope OBE stood down as President of the Society.
Allen's award-winning media company, has signed on as a partner of the Oceanic Preservation Society 's (OPS) unprecedented and innovative documentary Racing Extinction by Academy-Award[sup.
Marty was a founding member of the Dudley Preservation Society, which was active in the 1980s.
The Jack and Jill Hill Preservation Society has been supported by the Open Spaces Society in opposing the scheme.
And the vintage buses certainly attracted crowds while parked in Newcastle city centre this week as members of the Aycliffe and District Bus Preservation Society brought their vehicles out for show.
A IT is being rebuilt by the Medway Queen Preservation Society.
The Quarters A Cleanup Project was cosponsored by the Preservation Society Of Charleston and the Charleston Commandry of the Naval Order of the United States.
Amanda Kilburn of the Scottish Railway Preservation Society, who run the station, said: "They were so precise, they even took out all the Starburst sweets in the vending machine and replaced them with Opal Fruits to make it absolutely authentic.

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